Now that’s what I call skateboarding!

Pirate Man’s latest video is his best ever. It’s taken him a while to get to a standard that most people can bear to watch, but he did it. The video lacks the normal pubes, biscuit crumbs and pin-head sized crawling organisms that usually festoon the screen and you can make out at least 50% of the tricks.
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Kooki Two Bit t-shirt show, Buffalo Cardiff

This was a fun event and typical of the genuine efforts the Buffalo guys have been making to give art-geeks a place to mingle. Loads of Cardiff artists and designers submitted their designs for this show. Nearly all were hand crafted, drawn or painted directly onto tees. Really nice in this digital age to see who can wield a pen…and the pen is still mightier than the mouse in case you were wondering.
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Ooh that was a fun multimedia-enabled interactive city-based treasure hunt!

We like to practice what we preach here at Supercreatives, and in our mission to bring accessible technology to the streets, we just ran the best Cardiff Go Skateboarding Day since the last Cardiff Go Skateboarding Day. Taking cardboard boxes, Red Bull, Youtube, QR codes, skateboards, sunshine and pirates we mashed the whole lot up into a tasty smoothie that went down a treat.
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Little big city

Supercreatives secret undercover gang members Dykey and Phil added some ultra niceness to the best little exhibition of Cardiff artiness there has ever damn well been. The Crayon graphics all make perfect sense when viewed alongside the other out-pourings of the Cardiff arts scene. Wales, and Cardiff, truly has its own identity…the psychedelic influence is something I love about this city and I hope it will never be lost.
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Nick the Bastard

Nick is the producer of legendary Cardiff scene video ‘Hologram’, which was ably supported from a motion graphics perspective by Huw Caddy. These days he can do the whole shebang himself, thanks to a spell in Cardiff’s Atrium creative arts college and a long series of lonely evenings spent locked in his bedroom staring at his computer.

Nick’s style is low-key but not lo-fi…as the subtle inclusion of the Crayon logo proves in this awesome edit for Crayon.
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