Designer Chris Dimino astounded us all with his ability to turn useless old items into wacky, re-purposed inventions. We got to talk to Chris and pick his thoughts on his design process, where he gets inspiration, and new designs from his drawing board. [read our original post on the Waffle Iron Typewriter]
Chris Holmes, aka Mr. Cake, used to work as an immigration officer until he decided he wanted to focus on his newly-born child and his cake business. Fittingly, his resignation letter came in the form of a cake. Icing, in fact. We asked him some questions about this rather novel way of quitting a job. [Read our previous post about this cake resignation note here]
Ladies, if you have trouble waking up in the morning or hate the sound of that annoying alarm clock, here’s a more, erm, pleasurable alternative: Little Rooster. It’s an alarm clock that wakes you up in all the right places. We spoke to Little Rooster inventor, Tony Maggs, about this magnificent product. [Read our original post about this alarm clock and our Facebook Friends also asked him some questions]
Walter A. Frey, Jr. is a funeral home director. Like his father, who as a boy dreamed of becoming a funeral home director, Walter also felt a calling to the business at an early age. Unfolding in short vignettes, “Walter” is a journey through the passions of its subject, which include a love for vacuuming, […]
I’ve been a fan of Ben Mason for a long while now. I discovered his music via MySpace a few years back and I remember that his tunes were on the top of my heavy rotation list. Why he wasn’t more famous back then I don’t know: his songwriting is timeless, heavily influenced by the sixties and seventies with a soothing voice and moving lyrics.
Facing a tough job market, even for an MBA, I know have to differentiate myself from my fellow applicants. I researched “creative job searches” and came across some inspiring, breakthrough ideas by Alex Brownstein and Brandon Kleinman.
The brilliant David Lynch gives aspiring filmmakers invaluable advice about the ever-changing independent film business. In this 20-minute interview, Lynch shares his thoughts on the way technology is aiding the film scene like never before. He encourages new filmmakers to take advantage of these technological tools, and the interview even goes behind-the-scenes as Lynch shoots […]
Singer-songwriter Nick Cave is a busy man these days. He’s just been slated to star as himself in 20,000 Days on Earth, a fictional drama-documentary by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard that revolves around his a day in his life. In this fascinating 2003 interview, he talks about his daily routines and how he really […]
Mila Kunis came on the show expecting to talk about her latest film Oz, the Great and Powerful. But what she didn’t know is that it was the interviewer’s first interview. The conversation started to slide towards Jagger bombs, Watford football club and Nando’s restaurant. Kunis is very funny in this interview and it goes […]
Vanity Fair recently had paired personalities who would probably never meet and imagined the conversations they would have. These are hilarious: Martha Stewart, for instance, moans about Tom Waits’ dismal gardening skills, to which he wisecracks, ‘I’m the killer, Martha, but you’re the one who’s done time’.
Example is one of Britain’s most renowned acts – bringing a unique mixture of rock, rap and dance to the music scene. We caught up with him ahead of his visit to Australia for the Groovin’ The Moo tour to talk London, dubstep and getting married.