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Supporting creativity in schools with design

Over the last few months we’ve worked with Bow Arts to help deliver the design for two of their education workshops. You can read about both projects here and see the final results!

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Part Three: Our new website and lots of affirmations (YES)!

I know some of you have been going crazy waiting for part three of our rebrand blog, so we have decided to put you out of your misery. In this article the two Robs explain how the new website was made. Think of them like the Two Ronnies. But taller. 

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Part One: Our new purpose and brand (and a hallucinogenic pear).

Did you ever see the Oliver Stone biopic of The Doors

There's a scene where the band drives out to the desert, take peyote and "find themselves". They then come back to sugar-pop infested Los Angeles, and write a bunch of (Oedipus themed) killer tunes. The rest is history.

For the last year, we've embarked on that same journey. There were hardly any hallucinogens, father killing and bongos, but still, it's been a journey of self-discovery*... 

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The Wired Canvas Christmas Card 2015

Some of you may have noticed that we have recently launched a new website (it's not like we've been banging on about it all over social media or anything). And since it's so close to Christmas, our annual Christmas card seemed like the perfect opportunity to announce the new site at the same time. 

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Websites for Artists: How to make an Artist Website using Wordpress

Here at Wired Canvas HQ we spend a lot of our time building websites for art galleries, creative industries and small businesses. Because of this, we tend to get a lot of enquiries from artists who need a website of their own. Sometimes hiring professional web designers to build a custom portfolio site is often not achievable within the budget of freelance artists. Instead we have put together this article to help artists find a solution that is both affordable and suitable for them.

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Conscientious Flippers

It’s important to keep fit when your job involves sitting in front of a computer all day making websites do amazing things, so when Wired Canvas were challenged to step away from the keyboard and out onto the streets of London, we jumped at it. What better way to spend a Tuesday afternoon but running around Borough, jogging off those extra jaffa cake pounds?

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The Highest Christmas Card in Europe

This year we thought we'd do something a bit different and attempt to send the highest Christmas card in Europe. Lacking both sleigh and magical reindeer we've taken advantage of our new location and sent our card in email format from the top of The Shard - aka. the tallest building in Europe.

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