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Blog posts from the
Permaculture category

Conversing with Nature

Of all the experiential nature connection ideas I’ve been…

Logo and Identity for Cultivate

Cultivate is a local food project from Newtown in Mid Wales.…

Identity and Logo design for Laura H Drane Associates

Logo design for Laura H Drane associates, arts and creativity…

2012

We made a Free Tea poster for you thirsty foragers

Long story short, we're working on a business called Fine Pluck – home-grown,…

2009

Your Farm for £25 – Community Supported Agriculture

This week I attended the first management meeting for a new community supported…

Local Food Through EarthAbbey’s Grow Zones permaculture project

Grow Zones is a project that I've been running in Bristol for the last…

Mike Feingold’s Permaculture Allotment

Mike Feingold, takes you round 'planet zog' his allotment. Mike is one…

The Power of Willow Bark on Cuttings

It's common knowledge that willow is super fertile. Cuttings stuck into…

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Fantastic! #Banksy always comes up trumps! #GE15 pic.twitter.com/bEKD1FQhC8
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embody_uk:
@planetoftheweb good, have spent most of the week with your L courses - struggling with ionic / angular but get the reason for it.
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embody_uk:
@davewalker also, watch out for oranges, very difficult to match correctly in rgb to cmyk. Good luck.
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embody_uk:
@davewalker in PS you can read the CMYK values under the cursor position, if they're more than 280% or 300% or print will be muddy mess.
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embody_uk:
@davewalker I guess if you can check with your printers to get the right output. You may find a tool to check ink saturation in final file..
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