Tec Hub member Emma May of Emmerse Studios has been working hard on Quirk! – an ice-breaking interpretation card game, with plans to attend a whole host of events throughout June in order to promote the game. Read more
Shells, an exhibition by Eastleigh-based Visual Artist James Paddock, which explores ideas of mental health, reality and social boundaries, has had a successful first showing.
Medieval fantasy comic book series, Blood & Valour: Legends of the Knight Sir Bevis, written by Matt Beames with artwork by Tec Hub members Guy Stauber and Marcus Pullen has been reviewed by Starburst Magazine, receiving an awesome 8 out of 10 rating!
Software Development Company Springcode is looking for an experienced C# / ASP.Net Programmer for a short term contract ASAP, with the chance for extension. Read more
Shells is a new sculptural installation that will consist of two, interweaving moving-image installations that explore new ways of presenting observations of our everyday lives.
Southampton-based medieval fantasy comic, Blood & Valour, got off to a flying start at its launch event on Wednesday evening (29th March)
The Virtual Museum of the Grace Dieu is a culmination of the two-year Road to Agincourt project run by Eastleigh Borough Council, and will provide an innovative online experience to educate visitors from around the world on the importance of our region in the run-up and aftermath of the battle, 600 years on.
The team working on Blood and Valour have released a preview of the new comic, out on the 1st of March!
You can click through the Issuu publication below – and let the guys know what you think about Southampton’s forgotten legend re-told in comic form by tweeting @BVcomic! Read more
The Virtual Museum of the Grace Dieu project is now well underway, with a site visit and some preliminary meetings out of the way and a large chunk of the concept now well in the bag.
Tec Hub Member Company Blunt Print have been working on some very high end birthday cards for La Prairie Skincare.
The project was taken by Blunt Print for one of it’s design agency clients, with hints that a high polish was in order.