Tangible Views

By Tangible

Light work.

In the corner of the creative department, sits a large machine.
A large, old school machine.
In the days before binary (heck, let's call it digital) photography, these light boxes came in pretty handy to look at transparencies etc. I don't think it's been switched on in a long time.
Shows how times have changed. Digital is quick. Digital allows for instant editing. Digital is today. Like this blip, taken digitally on a... um...err... telephone.
But let's face it, one thing hasn't changed.

The idea.

An original thought, where there was originally nothing. Just a blank piece of paper.

The machine has shed light on quite a few original ideas, as you can see from the counter.

Tell you what, times definitely have changed. Muller now make rice pudding.

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