Did you ever ask yourself how the way you carry your books can make you look sophisticated and intelligent rather than sweaty and purple-red from the enormous strain you went through? (more…)
On Sunday afternoon, two clever little paper men were born: origami man #1 and origami man #2. We didn’t bother naming them. You’ve probably already read about our inability in coming up with a creative title. But, they were born specifically for Tuesday – the Herznote video day. And it wasn’t only the origami men who were telling a story.
One week final spurt. The home straight in sight. Sunday night, the last metres. And then a big lorry blocks your way. Murphy’s law or something. (more…)
Over the past few weeks, Mary and I have been taking part in exclusive meetings. We’d take a seat upstairs on our V-shaped love couch and participate in a pseudo tennis relay. A tennis relay of words. Back and forth we’d spurt out suggestions from the outlandish to the cliche. It was a process of creative brainstorming, for the English titles and teasers of the bookazine.
You know when you’re a kid at school, and there is that one tedious day a year, when your teachers tell your parents to dress you up like a Christmas tree and send you to school looking like that because its picture day?? Well, yesterday wasn’t one of those days. Yes, we did get our picture taken. No it wasn’t tedious, boring or exasperating. Yes, we had a blast! (more…)