Pinterest

Drawing Pins Coloured by Public Domain Photos

I have a new creative obsession – Pinterest.  I’ll be talking about it more in my podcast this weekend so I won’t go into too my detail here.  But before you download the podcast when it’s up tomorrow (hopefully) you might want to apply for an invite to join Pinterest.  Basically it is a creative catalogue service.  I am using it as a massive mood board for my various creative ideas (amongst other things).  Please check it out.  Click the button below to follow my pins or go straight to www.pinterest.com.

View iMake's Pins on Pinterest

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2 Responses to “Pinterest”


  1. 1 Jeni 13/11/2010 at 8:47 pm

    Sounds interesting…


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