It has indeed been a little while – in internet terms at least – since there was an update from Click3D. Suffice to say that things have been very busy working on a wide range of interesting and unique projects, not to mention a well-earned break for Christmas. Of course, while it is good to be busy it has meant that this blog has been a little neglected so now is the time to dust things down, get the polish ...Read More →
The Graffiti Diaries
During the trip to Munich it was hard to miss the quality of street art in and around the city, some of which has been photographed and will be added to a Flickr album in the very near future. Unfortunately a lot of this was seen all too fleetingly, through the window of the train connecting Munich airport (nowhere near Munich) to the city itself, where it adorned bridge piers and otherwise blank expanses of cast concrete and similar where ...Read More →
It must be about time for an update from Click3D towers I hear you cry? Well, in truth, it may well be since the last few updates have been about the successful Edge House project meaning that developments from within the studio have been scarce.
So, perhaps the main point of interest is the ongoing collaboration between Click3D and aspiring street artist Jenxfive: This project emanated from eBay of all places when one party bought some books from the other and ...Read More →
Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration
Greetings from the Click3D bunker – It’s been a hectic last week or so and there’s no sign of it letting up either. This is, of course, a good thing.
Working in-house in Godalming (the hills don’t get any easier) and delivering some stunning content has been the mainstay of work recently and it’s introduced the question as to whether it is better to freelance or to have a permanent role: It’s a tough question to answer as both have positive ...Read More →