Doodling, this innocent means of expression, feels somewhat inappropriate on a museum wall, which always seems to have a ‘secret’ and ‘untouchable’ connotation to it. Taking a pen to a museum wall would have normally been seen as an act of vandalism, if the ‘criminal’ were not the artist himself since a regular visitor is not allowed to even come up close to the wall (listed as one of the 15 forms of ‘museum etiquette’ according to a travel guide). What if the artist himself does the vandalising?
The 5 podcastS
You Need to be Listening to Right Now
Brush teeth. Pack bag. Grab key. Put on the same playlist as every day and walk out the door. REWIIIIIND. Brush teeth. Pack bag. Grab key. Put on an epic podcast and skip out the door because you’re having such a great morning. Just kidding, but check out my top 5 picks at the moment.
by Lissie Mackintosh
It’s December, and ngl, it’s really exciting. The festive season is one of the best: full of family, food, and festive cheer. Whilst we all want to enjoy ourselves, as we should, there are little things we can do to keep our sustainability levels up and enjoy Christmas in a more consciously minded way. Here are my top tips for a more sustainable Christmas-- give ‘em a try. You never know-- you might really enjoy them.