MDA Design

cha-art:

Illustration on the underground 
“Being an illustrator based in London and commute into town regularly on the tube. Sitting on the train and always on the lookout for inspiration, I often sketch the people around me - on one particular day recently I wanted to draw the man reading a book in front of me. Looking in my bag, to find I only had a pen but no paper. 
I started to draw on my copy of Metro, which worked surprisingly well, giving a a new layer of texture.”
By CHA-art 
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cha-art:

Illustration on the underground

“Being an illustrator based in London and commute into town regularly on the tube. Sitting on the train and always on the lookout for inspiration, I often sketch the people around me - on one particular day recently I wanted to draw the man reading a book in front of me. Looking in my bag, to find I only had a pen but no paper. 

I started to draw on my copy of Metro, which worked surprisingly well, giving a a new layer of texture.”

By CHA-art 


iPod Watch
Watch’s come in many shapes and sizes, varying VASTLY in price. But what makes a good watch, the answer of course is different for each person. If you can afford a watch that is £100,000 or more, then that is the obvious choice when buying a watch. This watch that undoubtedly would be incrusted in diamonds would still not have many features. If you compare a Cartier to a seiko, they do almost the exact same thing, tell the time. But the above image is of an iPod, from Apple, that is an iPod. An iPod that functions as a watch, as a radio, as a picture viewer and many other things. 
https://www.lunatik.com/products/lunatik?variant=52
Apple has brought out a newer version but Apple does still sell these iPod’s via the refurbishment program. You could also get hold of one on Ebay or Amazon but of course you will not get the 12 month warranty. For the price difference however, it might be worth it for you.  View Larger

iPod Watch

Watch’s come in many shapes and sizes, varying VASTLY in price. But what makes a good watch, the answer of course is different for each person. If you can afford a watch that is £100,000 or more, then that is the obvious choice when buying a watch. This watch that undoubtedly would be incrusted in diamonds would still not have many features. If you compare a Cartier to a seiko, they do almost the exact same thing, tell the time. But the above image is of an iPod, from Apple, that is an iPod. An iPod that functions as a watch, as a radio, as a picture viewer and many other things. 

https://www.lunatik.com/products/lunatik?variant=52

Apple has brought out a newer version but Apple does still sell these iPod’s via the refurbishment program. You could also get hold of one on Ebay or Amazon but of course you will not get the 12 month warranty. For the price difference however, it might be worth it for you.