09.01.15 - That’s interesting

Category: That's Interesting


PeopleMaps is a new, fascinating and beautiful way of analysing the relative orientation and human arrangement of cities through art. Created using social media data, each dot represents a person, each line represents a relationship, and each colour group represents a community of interest. To have an area mapped, contact Dave Troy via the website.


Fancy a bit of Friday afternoon nostalgia? Have a go on this browser-based take on the classic 1965 Spirograph geometric drawing toy – just as mesmerising now as it was at childhood! Play, download and share your creations.

Art of the Brick

Art of the Brick, proclaimed as one of the ‘world’s 10 must see exhibitions’ is in the UK for the 1st time at the Old Truman Brewery, and from today features an exciting additional room displaying ‘In Pieces’. Featuring over 80 sculptures created from more than a million LEGO® bricks by artist Nathan Sawaya, it’s both beautiful and playful. Take a look for yourself.

3D 1972 Honda CB500

Ever dreamt of owning your own motorbike? An artist from New York, Jonathan Brand, was tired of dreaming so created a life size 3D printed 1972 Honda CB500 of his own – one of the most amazing 3D prints we’ve ever seen! Read more here.

The Problem Solver

Finally, you can solve problems by drinking! Serve this new beer brand up at your next workshop to stimulate your creative minds and let us know how you get on!