Ah, summer: the sound of leather on willow and cricket....cricket! Don't mean to bug you but Jacob Howcroft and I made this small game for the ICC Championships starting today in the UK. We're hopping you enjoy it! Play the game HERE
A cracking weekend in LA to see Matt Jones' exhibition. We even managed a few hours painting Venice and The Warehouse District, as well as navigating Downtown LA. Thanks to Chris Flynn for the surprise pic!
In 1922 Bessie Coleman flew in the face of sexism & racial prejudice to become the first black woman to earn a pilot's license. Because flying schools in the United States denied her entry she taught herself French and moved to France, earning her license in just seven months. Coleman specialised in stunt flying and parachuting, earning a living barnstorming and performing aerial tricks. She died in 1926 whilst rehearsing for a show. She was 34. Here's my animated logo running on the homepage on her birthday, January 26th.
Here's a man who did something amazing. Frederick Banting discovered a way to isolate insulin and effectively treat diabetic patients. Awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1923 his pioneering work led to millions upon millions of lives being enhanced. His birthday is Nov 14th, 1891. Of course, a special mention to my brother Dan who soldiers on with Diabetes every day without fuss x