Margaret Wertheim on Science and Spirit

Margaret Wertheim is a Physicist, passionate to share her views on how science and the arts intertwine. She shares an important message on the importance of approaching the global climate issue in a positive way, so we don’t end up hiding in fear. Positivity promotes action. Margaret explains how billions of tiny- seemingly powerless- organisms…

Expression for Life- Neil Hilborn shows us how to stay alive

Neil Hilborn has experienced some great difficulties resulting from various mental diagnoses. He has turned his pain and downright awe-inspiring experiences of keeping himself alive into profoundly passionate poetry. His poetry doesn’t just explore his own struggles, but those of others. And whether you suffer from a diagnosed mental illness or not, his will to see…

Scar Sufferers Wanted for Research

My name is Erin Wainwright, I am a student of Sustainable Product Design at Falmouth University, specialising in sustainable and smart textiles. This survey is to collect information and insight from scar sufferers to find out more about how I can design to help make their experience of clothing more comfortable. Use this link to…

THE UNSEEN

Lauren Bowker has created a collaborative of scientists and designers to innovate in how we experience textiles to the point of breeding magick!

Evolution not Revolution

My friend Rob posted this status earlier today and I don’t think I can put it ay better: I respect democracy and fully appreciate that there are a majority of people in this country who felt their government failed them and they were not being represented, even if my personal views were to remain. However…

Matt Damon talks

A concise speech to highlight what we are accepting; what we are doing wrong. Why are the people that see it and care for us not filling all the positions of power on our earth?

Ethical Cashmere and Wool

Lesley Prior has been farming cashmere goats and bowmont sheep since 2002. She is willing to pay more for textile processing with some of the best in the world… in Yorkshire and Lancashire. As a farmer aware of the environmental impacts of processing fibre, she is passionate about keeping her trade in the UK. Processing in less…

The Edible Six Pack Ring

Six pack rings used to hold together canned drinks have long been a symbol for how our plastic consumption harms wildlife. We’ve all seen images of animals trapped in the plastic rings. People cut open the rings but animals still die as a result of ingesting the material. One brewery in America has found a solution: an edible…