Are you planning on home improvement? If your answer is yes, you must consider cement tiles. These tiles are not only colourful and attractive but they are also waterproof, compact and very durable. Cement tiles are also known as Moroccan tiles, Encaustic tiles and Portuguese tiles. These are handmade tiles and manufactured following an old process. Unlike other tiles, handmade tiles are not baked but pressed through a hydraulic tile press.…Continue
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It was recently suggested to me that writing and illustrating children's books might be a good career choice for me. Does anyone have any advice on how I would go about pursuing this? Thank you very much.
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Toad’s Caravan is a co-working space based in the west end of Glasgow. We welcome friendly and enthusiastic people looking for a quiet space away from home to focus, work and mix with other people working in a similar way.
We are currently home to a small group of freelancers and small businesses who have varied skill sets covering many specialities in the arts, media, publishing and web. Within the co-working space, we also produce and commission creative work -…
Added by Joanna Susskind on March 12, 2015 at 11:10 — No Comments
We're delighted to unveil the new website for the Edinburgh Short Film Festival,
we've been the best in contemporary International short form cinema since 2011
This year we'll be exhibiting short films in Scotland's beautiful capital city
from 11th November 2015 to 22nd November 2015!
For more details see our new-look, revamped website:
Added by Paul Bruce on March 7, 2015 at 13:18 — No Comments
Hi, have a look at my table design for Miren's design challenge 'Small Table, Big Drama'
Sign in/join and vote for my design! there's 11 days left so it has to have 100 or more votes to be considered by the judging panel.
Many thanks : )
Of course any feedback/comments on my design is welcome too.
Added by Vivienne Chan on January 27, 2015 at 14:45 — No Comments
We provide Creative Services for Scotland and the UK, United States, Sweden and Worldwide.
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Added by Anders Sundstedt on January 17, 2015 at 16:15 — No Comments
somewhereto_ links 16-25 year olds to space giving you opportunity to do amazing things outside formal education and or employment. Over the past couple of years, this has supported thousands of young people start their own business, get into full time employment and even secure a place at college/university.
If your a student, unemployed, in full time employment or volunteering we can help you find space for art exhibitions to construction work, we can help you access studio, event,…Continue
Added by Ian Findlay on January 12, 2015 at 20:58 — No Comments
Animated Explainer Videos are very popular these days. Does my Startup company need an Explainer Video as well, only because you have a Startup? If you have a look at the Startup company explainer Videos on this website and are asking yourself if your…Continue
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It is lovely to share that the film I invented, produced and co-wrote with Mark Cousins is going to screen at Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival in January 2015: www.sundance.org/projects/6-desires-dh-lawrence-and-sardinia.
The trailer can be viewed at: …Continue
Added by Laura Marcellino on December 28, 2014 at 0:02 — No Comments
Markdown is much faster than using the text styling features built into most content entry systems. Invented 10 years ago, learned in 10 minutes and loved by geeks, academics, medics and bloggers around the world - but who else has even heard of it? What is it and why are writers predicting that it will be the next big addition to CMS software? Malcolm Davison of 'Writing for the Web' explains its use and invites you to follow…Continue
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I know that a few creative companies in Glasgow have ping pong tables and play semi-regularly at lunchtimes and after hours. Well, I'd like to organise a table tennis event and turn it into something regular. I'm thinking that it would be informal, casual, maybe a tournament here or there, but…Continue
Added by Barry Sheridan on August 18, 2014 at 13:37 — No Comments
3D Filmmaking Training for youngsters comes to Scotland this summer as Enhanced Dimensions teams up with SKAMM to deliver a comprehensive week long course for filmmakers aged 14-21.
Added by Andrew Murchie on July 3, 2014 at 15:54 — No Comments
During my holiday I updated a section in my website called The Bank of Nightmares. Please have a look and enjoy http://www.supercage82.co.uk/bankofnightmares.html
Added by Chris Goodwin on June 6, 2014 at 13:49 — No Comments
During my holiday I built this shiny new section in my website called The Whimsical Reaper and The Bugs & Blobs & Blugs (try saying that real fast). Please have a look and enjoy http://www.supercage82.co.uk/whimsicalreaper.html
Added by Chris Goodwin on June 6, 2014 at 13:48 — No Comments
Very proud to be working with Mark Cousins on our documentary based on DH Lawrence's travel diary Sea and Sardinia (1921), shot on location in January 2014! Currently busy on post-production...more anon...Check the photos for the 3rd Class train he actually travelled in with his wife Frieda, still used as a summer tourist train, with all original fixtures, the plaque bearing an excerpt likening Sardinia (in the winter) to his own Derbyshire, and the bread he described, still baked today!
Added by Laura Marcellino on June 3, 2014 at 22:30 — No Comments
This case study supported by AmbITion Scotland reveals Creative Carbon Scotland's digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which focussed on utilising digital technologies for better…Continue
Added by Hannah Rudman on May 29, 2014 at 11:32 — No Comments
Less than two weeks to go before the 2014 Edinburgh 3D Film Festival. Hope you've got it in your diaries!
Organised by Edinburgh University’s Life in 3D Symposium Team and Enhanced Dimensions the Edinburgh 3D Film Festival is a week long celebration of 3D on film.
The festival kicks off with a rare screening of the restored classic Hitchcock film “Dial M for Murder” on Monday 5th May which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Highlights also include the two blocks of…Continue
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