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Just before I started the advice project, I was trying to bring together an idea for a student loan project, where University's had an 'impermanent collection' of work which could be used to introduce local people to the work and the work would introduce people to the University.

On a much bigger scale, this account by The Pentagram Studio in New York reminded me strongly of what I wanted to achieve: http://pentagram.com/en/new/2010/08/goodbye-gormley.php


Posted by : The advice project Posted : Fri 03rd Sep 2010
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This poster was designed by Steve Bond and Dean Owens for the purpose of inspiring content for their magazine POST.

It's a view of life summed up by the expression on Steve's wonderful friend Mabel's face, who should contribute her own advice to the project as soon as possible. For me it means that a day in thought is a day owned; thought leads to action; action leads to control, not over anything in particular, but some control over what comes next and that coming from you. Your input is vital: in collaboration, in everyday matters, in relation to others and to yourself.

So I wanted to put it up here as:

1) I have come to realise that it is a credo my friends live by and I'm delighted they let me turn it into an advice poster.

2) Because it is becoming my credo too and am proud to share it with such wonderful people. I hope I can live up to their example.


Posted by : The advice project Posted : Sun 17th Jan 2010
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Posted by : The advice project Posted : Sun 20th Dec 2009
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Posted by : The advice project Posted : Tue 14th Jul 2009
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"I've been out there in rain, hails, been out there one day in a clap of thunder and lightning - great forked lightning came down through the water...''

Roma Pearce, a dear friend and swimming companion, was interviewed by ITV over the summer (you'll need to skip the first 5 minutes to get to her bit). What she doesn't mention is that she's swam with dolphins and seals at Gylly too.


Posted by : The advice project Posted : Fri 09th Nov 2007
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