Monthly Archives: March 2006

Stair Ads

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Quite a clever little trick. Opens up the possibility of having quasi-3D adverts. Imagine a dragon flying up those stairs… Taipei City Hall MRT Station The story of a British Industrial Designer in Taiwan…

Japanese Cigarettes

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Bumped into a friend in PS today and he had just come back from Japan. I’m not a smoker, but I could be persuaded with a packet as cool as this. The pack slides open sideways, and the main information is ‘H’ for heavy, along […]

Taichung – Buses & Trains

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The way home was marked with some fantastic old buses and the typically ridiculous public information signs on the train… Was this bus in a cartoon when I was a kid? Back side The green bus … from the 1960s? This is a Lifesaving Button! […]

Taichung

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Now the weather is finally showing signs of permanently improving, I am making a more concerted effort to visit more places outside of Taipei. I found that my rate of discovering new and interesting things in Taiwan dropped off markedly after the first year here, […]

PS: Cafe

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PS: Cafe is one of my saviours. A cool, laid back place where I have met many of my friends, and where I know I can go where people know my name (cue theme tune from Cheers). There seems to be a high percentage of […]

DEM inc : The New Office

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I haven’t really said too much about the new office location. Over Chinese New Year we shifted from the sticks of Shilin to the bright lights of Keelung and Jhongxiao. Downtown baby! The investment in the new place is impressive, easily putting it on par […]

Anke & Lars in China … and India

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Awesome photos from Anke & Lars as they see China and India. Awesome! Anke & Lars’ Blog They said jump The story of a British Industrial Designer in Taiwan…