Tic Tac No: Vector in Red.

These probably all look the same to most people, but there’s a few subtle moves in this one that I’m particularly proud of. Created in Adobe Illustrator as a vector for ease of printing/expanding – more on why soon.

Curiosity around this image continues to amaze may. It has a life of it’s own way beyond my music. I’ve had a few questions about the specific gameplay and my choices of the positions of the “plays” – I’ll create an infographic soon to explain exactly how this particular game is played, and the significance of each stage, but for now, enjoy version no. 2638…

A naughts and crosses board with a correct answer of three Xs in a row, which goes unacknowledged while an incorrect answer is marked as correct.

Photographic Sequence: Warning Signs On Aircraft.

My sons love it here. They’re fascinated by big *stuff* – and big aircraft are proper stuff. While they’re noticing the big stuff, I notice something smaller.

I’ve always been drawn to typography. Relaying vital information through design choices is fascinating. The Exit Sign cannot be in Zapfino.

There’s something particularly ominous about these warning signs to me. This typography is life/death; these are potentially incredibly dangerous machines to work in and around. Every sign points to a tragedy waiting to happen. These signs matter most at the scariest time.

Shot on an iPhone XS using Hipstamatic at the Cosford RAF Museum.