Released today is the 2nd (and final) of our Tasters for Freerange 3: The Trickster! Hoorah. More Trickyness! More Tricksterishness!
It contains two fantastic new articles, the first titled “Hit me with your knitting sticks” is by Melbourne based musician, teacher, and writer Claire Hollingsworth, and the second is by Freerange repeat offender Rozzy Middleton called “Being Emil McAvoy: The Artist and Trickster”.
Download it: FR3.2
(Keeping the Free in Freerange.)
The full online and print versions FR3: The Trickster will be out end of November.
We promise. (There are rumors of a proper launch party this time too.)
Photo of work by Emil McAvoy called Being John Minto
Please see his website for more details, or read FR3.2 for a profile of his work.
This is a great 3 minute video that analyses a dude dancing crazy to understand how lonely leaders start big movements. Insightful.
Care of TED talks: Derek Divers: How to start a movement
Despite being a designer, its not actually that often that I see something and am instantly swayed by it. This coastal decking by Spanish Firm Guallart Architects on the coast between Valencia and Barcelona got me however. Its got all sorts of nice rational behind its form and design. But for me it hit the sublime magic button that transcends all that stuff. Stunning work. Images from their site: www.guallart.com