Tag Archives: England

Designing from Bones – A Modern Dystopia

Welcome to Designing From Bones, where we use archaeology, myth, mysteries and history to unearth the stories of tomorrow. This week continues a Special DfB series on unusual historical settings and how we can use them as inspiration for our … Continue reading

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Superstition, Legend and Mystery

Welcome to my weekly series “Designing from Bones”, where we use archaeology and the artifacts of human history to find and design stories. Join me today as we look at three mythical creatures drawn from the legends of those who … Continue reading

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Finding the Gold

Welcome to my first blog post. Yay! It’s been a long time coming and I hope its worthy of all the great mentors (whether they know it or not) that I’ve found along the way. I puzzled for months about … Continue reading

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