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Places in London you never remember



This title is initially quite baffling/ambiguous and open on first read (that’s exactly why you opened this post probably) and the fact that it mentioned the word ‘London’ caught your eye, because well, everyone always reads stuff about London exponentially more than most other UK cities. This is where we are here to clarify our chosen title ‘places in London you never remember’…

…by ‘places’ we specifically mean ‘pictures of places’ that we have taken on our travels and by ‘never remember’ we mean ‘possibly or regularly pass by and don’t look twice at or do one time and then the fun has gone, that they’ve become part of your subconscious memory.’

Being keen explorers, urban walkers, London adorers and outdoor crawlers, we’ve snapped some actually rather alright (if we say so ourselves) pictures of London, of some actually rather normal spaces and places, but due to the power of light, colour and composition, have actually managed to pull of some interesting shots. Take a peek, see if you can guess some of the areas before we give them away…

Place1: CLUE- a small domain resting on the Southbound, confident Victoria line, commonly disregarded by folk due to a more infamous later stop, but when you delve into its residential depths, it is rather quaint and pretty.


Place2: Another part of the same area as the first picture but this time nearing the more council-house provision ends, where red brick is rife and a street culture is more prominent.


Place3: Edging on one of the edgiest London places, rising through its previous shoddy reputation and now claiming a culture rich in food, markets and urban attitude, it’s…


Place4: A side street from the same area as in place 3 but this time on a lovely Spring evening around 6pm. Funny what a simple streetscape can capture eh? This makes the place appear quite desolate, but in reality behind the camera, we were getting knocked about and whizzed by on the bustling pavements.


Place5: A very official area, with big important people inhabiting it. Also known to be fully touristic, camera-riddden and situated by a prominent London gallery… But obviously captured at a point where the work hours are just about ending and evening freedom ensues. To the bars!


Place6: Everyone’s favourite major station, incessantly featured on TV programmes, (Eastenders last week, 22 march 2014 may we add) always shining red in self glory and coalescing 6 tube lines in one node, pay homage to the almighty one!


Place7: Rude not to throw a panorama in, a sequel to photo 1 of course. This is just us being a bit quirky and turning our phones round to snap a longer shot,(obviously showing off) but what was interesting/slightly saddening about this place was the gated up adventure park and no children in sight at ALL on a Sunday :’(


The aim of this game was to show you what you can do on an iPhone in a few seconds. That’s right, abusing the wonders of modernising technology! The beauty of iPhone photography is that it’s rapid, touch sensitive to focusing, automatically adjusts lighting levels and has a wide screen for envisioning scenes. Why not go and test some of your own skills when you’re on your commute to work, or just rambling on the weekend? Go snap some friggin’ boring scenes and make them B.E.A.UTIFULLL. Then put ‘em on an online page or spam your friends’ whatsapp with them!

All photos taken and edited by instagram: @alixblanx

10 ways to boost your productivity at work



It’s always tough maintaining the Monday morning momentum throughout the week and keeping up enthusiastic appearances in the mean time. We know office work or constant output can be tough, it’s a hard life being brilliant, so we have conjured up a pretty trustworthy list of things you can do to make your day at work more productive. This is especially appropriate for Wednesday afternoon onwards…

1. A ruddy good night’s sleep. Get at least seven hours we say, no one can think as clearly or as positively as someone with a good rest behind them. NHS state between six to nine hours per night is recommended, but we like the idea of minimum seven (tehe).


IKEA Levitation by Jyo John.

2. Eat sugar during the day. Start with a slow energy release breakfast such as wholegrain toast, porridge, or yoghurt and muesli etc. Try to lay off caffeine- but we know it is vital sometimes, so save it until you really need it during the dragging hours of the day. By sugar we mean good sugars, such as those in fruit! Apples, oranges, juices and smoothies are-OH MY GOSH- oh so awakening and keep you buzzed.

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Forbidden fruit by Karan Singh.

3. Try and situate your smaller working environment, if possible, by a window or area with plentiful natural light, and perhaps the added opportunity of an opening. Fresh air can hit you awake and keep you invigorated almost immediately. Being in a cozy, darker, warmer place can help nod you off and reduce focus on the task at hand. (As lush as that sometimes sounds!) Studies have even shown that being connected to views and the outside environment has health and wellbeing benefits.


Rear Window by Alexandra Jarek.

4. Before going to work read the paper or listen to the radio news. This is firstly not only good for kick starting thinking and absorbing information in your brain, but also gives you added chat fuel for those pauses and office breaks. No one enjoys dull company over lunchtime now, do they? It also makes great use of that commute.


Once Upon A Time by Engin Oztekin.

5. Make a really good lunch before you go to work. Having something to look forward to half way through the day can give you excitement and incentive…well it does us! Nothing better than treating your insides nicely after a powerful morning sesh. We like meaty pasta salads, quinoa and cranberry mixes, savoury brioche sandwiches, nuts and greens! MOREOVER, make something different and exotic each day of the week to keep your taste buds surprised.


Sandwich Packaging by April Naoman. 

6. Go on a walk on a break. Get the old legs moving, breathe some fresh air and have a look about. Have a gander at your surrounding area and think about the place; what you like, dislike, what’s interesting, the people, what has changed since you first arrived etc. This is more for fun but it still keeps your mind off work material for a bit before you go back to it. Or even better, get a dog! We bring good ol’ Snoop to work and he gives us a great excuse to keep getting out to refresh ourselves.


Holly by Tom Ralston.

7. Write lists. Lists are boring but wonderful and can downsize an overbearing load that may seem unachievable, to doable chunks. Wunderlist is our favourite online website that keeps us ticking and saves us losing those multiple scraps of paper! Wahey!


Meet Mable by Amy Collins.

8. Take a few nice pictures, pieces of art or posters into work and put them up with pride! It reminds you throughout the day that you’re not just a cog you’re a human. Surround yourself with things that brighten up your day and keep you smiling. This option can also be employed through the medium of music too. If listening to jams that push you through piles of priorities at a better rate than throughout silence, then make a killer playlist!


Artwork by Ian Stevenson.

9. Stretch and use your body after a long day when you get home. Whether it’s yoga, Youtube videos or handstands, (whatever it may be) try it! It allows you to realize all of your limbs and physical potential of your body, relaxes your mind, releases tension and overall, makes you feel more at ease and ready for bed. #Yogayawn


Mellow by HiredMonkeez.

10. When you have done a ton of brilliant things, note them down! Keep a record of your productive achievements, then why not at the end of the year congratulate yourself with a creative plaque! It’s lovely and fulfilling to look back on what you are capable of in an annum and if it was not as satisfying as you may have hoped, it can spur you on for a better next year. Why not use Prezi or Infogram to display how fabulous are in interactive ways!


Yesness by Janus Badenhorst.

We hope these actually pay off and they boost your productivity at work. Let us know how you get on!

A Food Infographic Compendium



This week we have gathered a lovely collection of infographics all related to consuming things! If you have a sweet tooth are heavy in food game, this one if for you. As little tech geeks who love sipping and slurping away swimming pool quantities of tea and coffee, as well as (sorry not sorry) eating sweet treats in the office while we ‘web’ away, this one came from the bottom of our hearts. Infographics are a great way of presenting and learning about topics, using data in a visual way and communicating them innovatively and interestingly to an audience.

This a food infographic compendium a la DEN CREATIVE. Join us consumers and learn about what you put in your body! Mmm tea…

Up first, SUGAR. ‘Nursing your sweet tooth’ is by It notes the amount of sugar that Americans consume on average. Fancy finding out where most Americans get their sugar from? And what sugar munching types leads to health problems? This one is a banger…lucky we get to mouth water while this is a serious problem in the US * worried face *

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Find out more on Design Taxi.

Infographic number two is all about the beloved take away. All brits love (to hate to admit) the Chinese take away, so why not learn about the different Chinese genres as an eating guide? ‘Your Guide to Chinese Food: Styles of Cooking Chinese’ is a project from Daily Infographic.

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It’s the morning time so this is highly appropriate. We bring you a lovey array of breakfast styles from around the world! YUM! From tagines to sausage made of mince beef, take a visual world tour through this infographic by the Chef Works. Check out for the full story!

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Last but not least ,‘Your Brain On Beer Versus Coffee!’ Who doesn’t want to know about this topic? If we’re not in the office with a fresh hot cup of Starbs, we are having a cheeky pint down the local on a Friday to celebrate a hectic week and no doubt you office or creative types are too! Don’t pretend you’re not…

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America-based Japanese coffee lover Ryoko Itawa of I Love Coffee came across the article ‘Coffee VS Beer: Which drink makes you more creative?’ written by Ooomf’s cofounder Mikael Cho—which she found interesting, and decided to create an infographic based on the article.

Design Taxi say:

‘The conclusion: beer makes you more creative to come up with an idea; while coffee helps you find focus to execute that idea.’

And to go with the last one, here is an entry on how to make the perfect cup of coffee! Hurrah finally a fun, visual way of making the perfect Latte, Mocha and Miami Vice(?) There are plenty more unusual cup combinations to discover while you’re at it too…


This one’s from the great chaps at  Plaid-Creative! WOO COFFEE GUIDE.

Well you learn something new everyday now don’t ya!

Why we love Wacom!



For all you tech-types, this post is about Wacom, why they’re design worthy and how they are the leading manufacturer of interactive pen displays, pen tablets and digital interface solutions. Now you may or may not have heard of them but we’re here to tell you why we love Wacom. Involved in the tech, design or media industry? Read on…

Well you may already be well versed in the use of their products, but if you aren’t or you fancy learning something new, we put together a little set of FAQ’s and MUST KNOW’s about them.


Funny name isn’t it. So what is Wacom?

Wacom is a well-known leading brand involved in the creation of pen tablets, pen displays, stylus and other products for business & education. It is way up there in terms of innovation and is proud to show off its quality of invention and product evolution to cater for a variety of user needs. (And we are proud to support that statement!) They have product ranges of pen tablets including Bamboo and Intuos.


How does Wacom relate to creatives?

As graphic and web designers, we love Wacom, so our office is full of ‘em, but how do you know what to go for? Whether you’re a recreational creative playing about with new design techniques and fun ways to explore mark making on your laptop, or a full-blown freelancer with plentiful projects coming your way, there’s sizes and technology for all. Check their website for the latest products from A5 to A4 and bigger.

We love graphics tablets for better line control on screen, compared to a conventional mouse and together stylus and tablet mirrors the use of pen and paper. Genius! It’s all digital, meaning you don’t even have to have a notebook nearby, you can just start scribbling ideas and generating something fabulous instantly! (Perfect for those days of zero inspiration)

They allow you to create a huge range of marks on screen, with various stylus tips and the different tablet sizes allow you to experiment with scale. It’s like learning a new instrument nearly! Put that on your CV, BOOM!

Do they do other fun stuff in their product range? I might want to build my kit…

OH Yes! Their website and other good technology online vendors, stock a lovely range of complementary accessories. From a wireless accessory kit, to nibs, to cases and bags, Wacom specialize in making your user interface experience easier and more efficient wherever you choose to work. You’re going to look like a right tech-geek!

So Den, what has Wacom helped you create?

Other than our everyday use as a mouse alternative for better control and sometimes just a scribble on screen, we use Wacom tablets for regular, specialist, client briefs on websites and digital branding. This means we receive a spec, we think about how to achieve this via different design solutions, we start prototyping and exercising our thought processes with our creative minds and tools (Wacom well included) and then we review and modify until we reach the ultimate result. The stylus is fabulous for adding to with other new nibs and different art packs available. You can achieve a huge range of design styles and visually communicate so much more once you get the hang of it and add to your selected product. There are even different densities and weights for the stylus, so you will never stop creating something new.

WIN for Wacom! Check out DEN’s portfolio of websites we have created and see if you can spot some of our different design aesthetics and styles.


What are ‘cookies’ all about?



As you may have noticed, many websites are now using cookies to give you ‘the best experience’ of their site when you first enter it. You may be frequently greeted by a message at the bottom or top of your screen nowadays and DEN are here to tell you what it’s all about so you don’t get freaked out or perhaps allured by such an unusual term online. So what are ‘cookies’ all about?

First of all these are cookies…

But they are not the cookies we are focusing on today unfortunately. However if you do appreciate these above baked goodies, find out here to get your hands on them here. As big foodies too, the DEN team don’t mind throwing in a few off-topic recommendations every now and then. Trust us, they are delicious and gourmet. You don’t have to thank us!

They are not programs but text files that contain key bits of information. Many people have the idea that they are harmful to a system, but we can clarify here what’s going on, so you’re not misunderstood. Cookies are in fact little smidgens of memory that are stored in your computer when you visit a website, storing memory of the page and your usage of it, in order to run it more smoothly and fluently the next times you visit. It can also help the site tailor to your needs with progressive use, giving you more of what you want or are interested in. It is a quicker way of reproducing data that doesn’t have to be processed again but can be just brought out when necessary. Like that good old happy birthday song, stored up in our memories, and brought out when necessary.

There are types of cookies that store different types of information; for example some may track how long you spend on a page and other may track the types of pages you are clicking on. Overall they can be beneficial to users and make their interactions with sites on the whole more efficient and engaging.

However to clear up the ‘bad cookie’ reputation we can provide some evidence as to why this exists. Cookies obviously store data about people using the web and so some people may feel uncomfortable about their information- for example what they are purchasing in their shopping carts etc.- being shared by businesses and organisations. There are cases where names are added to marketing lists due to their online activity and included in other relevant advertising lists. It can occasionally be annoying and the whole idea in general can make some feel uneasy.

Many websites take advantage of cookies in some way whether you’re aware of it or not, but a new online law has been passed this 2012, whereby sites must now ask user permission to use cookies. Thus things brings us to the present day messages that pop up on our screen and tempt our naïve taste buds every time we see the word! Shame they’re not the real thing..
Happy browsing!

Defining what we do in the DEN: Web design terminology



Hello to all our lovely followers! We do enjoy bringing you a good balance of blog post genres weekly, so this time, changing up from our most recent amusing topics, mixed in with some random content and a couple of factual company-related posts, today is about the facts. We decided it was time to fully define what we do in the DEN and so like our word terminology fun post, this one will give it to you straight about our web sector.

Just so it is all in one place and you never have to wonder what we in the DEN get up to, here is our field-specific terminology word bank. We do do a few other bits and pieces alongside our main work as well (coffee drinking and outdoor sports included!) Hopefully this post will also give you some insight into our sector, handy for any of you budding web, design and communication related industry fanatics out there!

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1. Design: Web design is not always as easy as 1,2,3 nor is it rarely ever a finite process. With the latest technology, software and trends constantly emerging, web design always has to keep up with the zeitgeist in order for it to be relevant and running a smoothly as possible. ‘Design’ in essence is the deciding of and process involved with the creation of the look and functioning of something; with the web it has to consider 2D facets, still and moving components, sound, navigation, mobility, system compatibility and size requirements of different devices. The list is endless as is the possibility of creating something so new, unique and innovative for every one. We personally love it! Researching, drawing, market knowledge, user behaviors and interests, as well as a strong eye for style and detail always goes into their creation, as well as matching the visual brand with the good or service it is showcasing. We know consistency with a brand is important throughout all mediums, and can ensure we do our best at translating it into web formats.

2. Web Optimization or SEO is what web developers use to describe the work that they undertake in an attempt to get more traffic to a particular site via search engines. SEO is about the composition of the web framework and content itself that make websites relevant within searches on search engines, thus bringing the most applicable and tailored results. It is basically the way (behind the scenes of websites) in which the gap between the provider and the consumer is reduced on the web, cutting down miscommunication and further searching on the web. Its important to get it right from the start, as well as keep up-to-date as search algorithms are constantly changing.

3. Hosting:
In short, to store electronic data (e.g. a full website’s content) on a computer connected to the internet. Its not just as easy as doing it yourself and everything running smoothly and immediately all the time, there is in fact a lot of work involved and as some of you may know, with a thing called a server. A computer can contain all the data and scripts which can be accessed by other computers via an internet connection or modem. Big sites and organizations, (for examples mass media corporations or banks) use multiple powerful computers to host just single sites, but on smaller scales many sites can be hosted just one computer (a shared server), whereby a single computer can host several hundred sites. Thus to publish your own website, you will need a web hosting service. HI. It is important to discuss the site’s size and expected traffic, in order to generate the best type of hosting for a project.

4. Domains: A domain is an area or territory owned by someone or an organization. For example a domain name, is the website address composition of words that leads to a desired result. It can also relate to local network areas, for example, whereby several computers are networked within a same domain by the request of company, so that all can be seen on the domain or local servers.

“Domains & hosting are a bit like an address and a shop. The domain (address) tells people where to find your shop, but without the shop (hosting) there’s nothing to see. You have to keep everything somewhere!” Bill.

We hope this proved useful. If you’ve got any other requests for us, let us know!

[Above work by Ana Dias 'Big Girl's Don't Cry]

What a ‘Visual Sundae!’ Starting with Bird Illustration



Today we are bringing you not only a new talented individual’s work (about bird illustration!) but also a never-ending source of inspiration. (Well…it possible will end one day, but not in the foreseeable future, so we’re fine!) We discovered this artist on an art and design blog called ‘Visual Sundae’ bringing a lovely collection of fresh art, design and assemblage of ideas to the world wide web. Curated by Michael Nun, this website is chock’a’block full of goodies of his choices and will be useful to you creative minds out there too! If you’re really inspired, go that step further and curate your own blog, eh?

Blogs are a great way of archiving solid, interesting material for visual stimulation and act as a reference backlog to awesome ideas when you need them. They also tell a lot about a person and create a collection of all the things you’ve ever found interesting. Bookmarking a page is okay, but it is always helpful (and more fun) to maintain a blog whereby layout can be adjusted, it can be made to look appealing and the navigation is simple! All information is in one place and doesn’t take up any of your hard drive space, as it is an online tool and backed up there! Everyone’s a winner.

Now on to the work…

We really fell in love with these intricate studies of birds, with heaps of fresh watercolour laden upon them and lots of nifty draftsmanship gone into the original bones and structure of the drawings. They are by an artist called Abby Diamond, according to ‘Visual Sundae’ and as you may see, she uses a canvas of good quality, textured watercolour paper- essential if you want the paint to sit the right way on top of your linear drawing and not mess with the ink.

Abby Diamond is a young illustrator from Pennsylvania according to the source and more of her work can be found here. Some of her bird designs have even been commissioned into tattoos for people. Crazy huh? Her blog is entitled ‘Ink, paint and feathers’, which can only mean, she loves inking a variety of birds and splashing them with bright, energetic colour ranges. Ink can be a tricky medium to get the hang of but practice makes perfect with anything and if you have a favourite topic, things can only get better!

We personally like the visual shading and cross-hatching elements of her work that are subtly left exposed under the colour layers. She builds up the juicy form of the birds by starting with lighter, thinner, linear inked lines and building the relationship lines up between the context and the animal’s form. She then progressively adds to the holistic picture by adding etching and mark making, bringing out darker lines with more presence, then finally introduces the watercolour paints. To top it off, small ink splatters and fainter, bleeding water colour patches add a touch of authenticity to the finished pieces and overall a vibrant, lively piece is created. By emphasizing those relationship, circles and form lines, the pieces contain more movement and character. Her work definitely captures the spirit of small spritely, singing birds!

See her blog here.

Why is typography so important?



These days when you hear about design for communication, for a purpose, for visual stimulation and graphics, you are bound to hear the term ‘typography,’ with a significant weighting to its mention. Many may still be unsure as to why typography is so respected and paramount in design nowadays. It has become a design entity and method in itself, especially in this age whereby its evolution and the development of its usages and available style has become so vast.

Typography is a design element to consider; it is the technique and arrangement of type within a composition. You must respect its parameters, boundaries, impact and message. It must always suit its purpose- for example match and portray a relevant message to the subject matter it is handling. There is no point applying a thin stemmed, embellished, script typeface to a protest poster now, is there? There has been an array of typefaces designed which may have stemmed from initial sketches and drawings of letters, to mark making, to seeing something in everyday occurrences that resembles lettering, to taking inspiration from some of the neutral default fonts of computer software. The possibilities of how it is created or how an idea is born are endless. Typography is important in conveying. You have to think ‘If typography wasn’t there, would the design you are using it in, still make an impact or fit its purpose?’

Typography not only deals with aesthetics, it also deals with content. Having a double purpose means clarity on different levels of communicating information. Like stated before, it should portray a message that connects with its theme or genre, but it also should have clarity of written meaning. The metaphorical and literal meanings can have a nice balance and relationship in typography! The beauty of typography means it does not always have to be straightforward or direct, as long as its design and usage, affects its audience in the desired way. Take a look at the example below on a clever use of typography, whereby meaning is not obvious, yet it is intelligent.

Typography can also be how you arrange it on the page; its positioning


-Its involvement in composition


by Ismael Fino on

-Its style

by Atelier van Wageningen: Sjablony (character set) for Novo Typo from

-Its size

by Aaron Carambula from

-Its link or interaction to other elements and itself

by Kissmiklos on

-Its weight

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-Its spacing between letters, kerning and scale

by Petra Bindel from

-Its colour or pattern

by Deanne Cheuk from

and many more techniques that make it a design article.

Reaching your audience- spreading your business across different mediums



Nowadays every brand and company wants to attain recognition to a successful scale. More specifically, to a scale that keeps their company running smoothly: bringing in business, covering outgoings and creating a source for referral or recommendations to others.

A good route to gaining recognition is to be memorable, accessible and easy to find. By making yourself or business known on multiple platforms, you can only add to your pool of followers or people that can stumble across you if your lucky! For example, spreading a company’s name and brand across a range of communication platforms can enhance the number of people who know about your goods and services and know where to contact the desired company. Mediums include web, digital and print! E.g an online website, print mediums (this could be in the form of leaflets, catalogues, business cards, brochures etc), apps on smart phones and tablets…and the list is ever growing as we journey through this innovative century. Technological developments are now very relied on and so useful for businesses, it would be hard to go back!

The digital age is upon us whereby more interactive design mediums are becoming apparent. The app revolution is obvious, where you can operate ‘on the go,’ as is the upcoming responsive web phenomenon detailed in a previous blog post. Social media is soaring to exponential user levels; there is such a choice on the web nowadays, companies can choose which media sites are the most appropriate to their business. This can be for amusement and interest purposes or even better- add to the company’s strategy to boost company success in some way.

Another idea would be to create something that users can remember you by, by going that step further. This could be as easy as a successful brand theme and identity, an offer or deal that is successfully advertised or a more physical offering. For example a free download whether it be a song (if relevant to the business), a computer wallpaper to download or a set of vouchers complimentary to the type of business. These are just some ideas that can attract!

The main undercurrent in this post is to express how useful it is to utilize mediums to a business’ advantage. Depending on your type of business, you may require different criteria, tools and platforms to help you run effectively. Den are equipped with design techniques, fresh ideas and web design and development services. We can also host and offer several other technological goodies to help you with your needs!

Ideas for the future- a little mind mapping commentary:

Any TV coverage one gets in order to promote what companies are offering is of course invaluable, as that genre of visual advertising is immensely effective and memorable. What is more, HD and 3D are a new age hit and may be the next big thing for companies to take advantage of, not just TV shows and films. Something to think about?

Soon the world may even see interactive TVs? What could that mean for the future of brand promotion and recognition? Communication would be so easy, immediate and direct if audiences and potential clientele could reach a company and their services through advertisements in just a touch! Touch screens are booming right now and it would cut out a bit of time indeed. Information sharing would be instant! (Oooer)

These are just a set of revolutionary ideas that could be seen as predictions. They could become a reality if digital development reached effective capacities, so hold on to your tech hats people! The digital age is upon us.

The graphic seemed appropriate in style and content. It belongs to Layout Design, Marios G. Kordilas a Graphic designer.

‘Moss Graffiti?’ We hear you say



DEN are all about ideas, imagination and open-mindedness in design. We thought it was very appropriate-reaching the critical ‘green’ era- to bring you a new style of art. This little fun unusual surprise of a tutorial is about sustainable, authentic, green art! Spice up outdoors with this quirky number! I bet you’ve never heard of this genre of creativity before?

-Firstly crumble 3 handfuls of moss into a blender and 700ml of warm water.

-Then add 2 teaspoons of water retention gardening gel, giving it a stir before pouring in 120ml of buttermilk.

-Pulse the blender until the mixture forms a gel consistency; this should be between 2-5 minutes.

-Transfer the gel mixture into a bucket, grab your paintbrush and head to the nearest wood or concrete surface.

Remember to mist it with water weekly to keep it nourished and vibrant! Your moss needs feeding just as much as any plant. The better you maintain it, the better it grows and healthier it looks as part of your wall design. It will grow nicely and what is more, you won’t get caught for vandalism or tagging! Hurrah!

(Perhaps best keep your moss graffiti to your own private land, just in case)

Check out the below examples:

For more cool green ideas visit DO THE GREEN THING HERE.