As more blogs pop up daily sharing our globes, we continue to enjoy the various stories they bring. Never did we expect to see ourselves in The Tarot Room but what a lovely entry it is…
SO.. on this Monday afternoon we give you the Two of Wands… which serves as a reminder to look at the big picture and to figure out what it is that really matters in your life. To fresh starts and taking action… and when you are ready you’ll need that globe to help map out your course 😉
A Japanese blog called Ach & Pfui posted a little write up about Pete and Bellerby & Co which translates online as below. Are they really calling Peter an old man? Will have to get a second opinion…
We found this cute lesson plan yesterday on Teaching Ideas based around US. We love the idea of children aged 5 – 11 making up imaginary conversations with Peter and writing his biography. Someone needs to actually do this and show us what ideas and artwork the kids would produce!
Very cute engagement story in Rock n Roll Bride. Congrats to the happy couple!
After a hard weeks work we are nearing completion on our Egg Globe for The Big Egg Hunt 2014 in New York.
Can’t wait to see how New York compares to years past in London..
Since Vimeo kindly chose us as a Staff Pick and put us on their front page (as well as tweeting their 121,855 followers gasp) the video Peter Bellerby – The Globemaker has spread far and wide. We are up to 35,500 views!! We are humbled by the response and positive feedback.
The short film has been shared on twitter over 100 times. It has been written about by Huh. Magazine, Devour.com, The Worlds Best Ever, Thosewhomake.com, South Africa’s Cherry Flava, The Documentary Network, Mental Floss, Artnau, Little Green Footballs,
Curiosités de Titam (for our French readers), and the brilliantly named Socks on an Octopus in New York to name a few. Wahhay.
Thank you to Hal Shinnie for coming by and taking some beautiful photos.
We were approached by Cabnine Films a few months ago who produced this really lovely short film.
We had not realised it was available online yet so were excited to stumble upon this morning! Check it out, it is a really beautifully shot film as well as an interesting portrait of Peter Bellerby and the globe-making process.