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Framed painting of Siva - Thailand

Funnily enough, I’m not actually a website designer. But I guess, working in the ‘web industry’ as I do, something musta rubbed off (keep yer minds outta the gutter people!).

This week I haven’t been posting as much as usual… and whilst this is no one’s fault but my own, I’ve been a little distracted. Obsessed even.

Y’see, my good friend Dr Jay over at Yoga for Cynics and I have been collaborating on a new header and footer design for his blog!

All week, it’s been back and forth… me trying to work out what’ll make him happy in terms of design aesthetics. And Jay constructively providing feedback – saying things like – No that one doesn’t do it for me at all I’m afraid – instead of – Geez, that one looks terrible!

And all this via teh interwebs, since, y’know… we live on opposite sides of the planet.

Last night, with a little frustration directed at BlerghSpot (oh, the delicious irony of denigrating BlogSpot on WordPress!) we completed the renovations (well, he went to bed at around 3.30am his time – which was fair enough – while I continued on to the bitter end) and voila!

Yoga for Cynics now looks hot. Okay, well… the visual hotness now matches the hotness of the content. Well almost.

If ya haven’t been to his blog before… you really should go there now. Not just to admire my handiwork – but coz he tends to write some cool shit every now and then…


P.S. As a point of interest, the photo at the top of this post – a Shiva painting in the altar/work room where I received my Thai tattoo – contains an element I snaffled and used in the above-mentioned header design. Can you figure out which one? ๐Ÿ˜‰