With its stupendous behemoth of blue towering over the dwarfed Mount Fuji (and the tiny boats in its path) The Great Wave off Kanagawa is one of the most recognisable and loved images
With a few hours to kill in London before my train back to Edinburgh today; I decided to drop into Tate Modern for a bit. Primarily my main objective was to check out
One of the most enjoyable parts I found when working in digitisation is the little discoveries of weird and wonderful material that you come across in the green boxes of the print rooms.
From a young age (like many children), I was fascinated with Ancient Egypt, dragging my long-suffering mother to many a museum display full of coffins, mummies and strange, beautiful gods. Therefore, finding myself
So, we're now a whole month into 2017 and it's reaching that point when resolutions start to slide and gyms return to normal capacity (so I'm told anyway). It's also the time when
When Amazon first launched the Dash button back in 2015, I doubted that I'd be able to find a place for them in my life. While I fully expect the Internet of Things