Sammy Screamer

Suzy Snooze

Benjamin Brush

Tony Tempa

Lily Loco

Hungry Henry

Andy Cam

Tommy Time

We bring you a regular little round up of cool things we've seen on the internet we think you might like. You know, just to keep you in the loop...

Everyone's favourite doodler, artist Jon Burgerman, is back with another fun interactive kids picture book. It's called SPLAT! Combining his trademark colourful illustrations with brilliant visual gags your kids will love, this one is guaranteed to spur on a fit of the giggles. It's messy, it's funny, it's a little bit naughty and, well, page by page, everything gets splatted! Nice work, Jon Burgerman. Splats off to you (sorry!). 

This week we learned we are not alone in our obsession with snazzy public transport upholstery! There's a whole Instagram feed dedicated to collecting snaps of colourful patterns from all over the world. Who knew?! Next time you're taking a trip, take a snap and submit your seat coverings here. These are just a few of our favourites...


And lastly, we can't get enough of these 'Hidden Time' watch designs by Anicorn. Designer Jiwoong Jung ditched the traditional hour hand and replaced it with a glorious, swivelling colour gradient. The darker end of the gradient indicates the hour by revealing contrasting white numerals on the watch face. As time passes and the hour changes, the numerals slowly disappear again. Hence 'Hidden Time' - get it? There is no heart emoji big enough to illustrate our love...




Creative Boom

Jon Burgerman

I Don't Give A Seat 


Anicorn Watches





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