Spontaneous getaway to a gloomy Warsaw; the city of candy-coloured houses, Polish roulette, tasty vegan versions of traditional meals, and a lesser mentioned proto-feminist, Marie Curie.
We all know that the British drive on the wrong side of the road and use some extra u’s in words that Americans have deemed unnecessary, and that you cannot wash your hands without either burning or freezing them numb, but there are a lot more to this fascinating country that I only found out […]
Dear 2014 Niki, You don’t know this yet, but three and a half years from now, you’ll be standing in this exact same spot, happily clutching on to your final hand-in receipt. Your huge portfolio will have shrunk into a website, and while you’ll have lost that favourite yellow scarf of yours on a night […]
An academic theatre review I wrote as part of my scenography unit last year – it now serves as great inspiration for a similarly minimalistic (and disturbing) play I’m currently designing for, Marlowe’s Edward II.
A guide to resin casting to help you create custom cane heads and other metal-looking decoration resembling vintage goodies. Think drawer knobs, paperweights, figurines… the possibilities are endless.
How would you feel if a stranger messaged you through a website, and invited you and your friend to spend a couple of nights in his house, sleeping in his bed, with the promise of a hearty breakfast on his rooftop terrace?
Such as a piece of Ron Weasley’s quidditch jersey, or a fox hunting for rabbits with a shotgun. This is part 1 of a series of posts about two adventurous girls’ budget trip through London, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Paris, with accommodation entirely, and transport partially funded by human kindness, back in June 2015.