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Michael Burns is a freelance writer with almost 20 years experience of covering the creative industries.
As well as writing for Digital Arts and a variety of major trade publications, he has been involved in conference production and has written a number of books on digital content creation.
He also provides freelance advisory, writing and production services for companies in the film, TV, design and interactive media sectors.
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Check out some of the artwork on show at Edition Two, an exhibition by Dundee Print Collective.
Hyper Island, Google and leading US design schools prepare to transform more designers into company founders.
One-man game development studio delivers a gripping and unsettling experience built completely from scratch
Young artist and designer brings his collection of goddesses to the Glazart club in Paris this month
Trunk devises a wacky game-based video for the penultimate track on The Magic Whip album
Nice and Serious creates a positive and playful animation for the charity to tell one mother's story
Design studio delivers branding for commercial project to plant pomegranates instead of poppies destined for heroin production
News: This wonderful poster for Mike Leighs ENO production of The Pirates of Penzance is by his illustrator son Toby
Artist and illustrator Toby Leigh has created an eye-catching run of screen-printed posters for the ENO production,
Designed to help Moleskine fans organise their time and projects, the iOS app synchronises calendars, weather, maps and more.
The Pixelmator Team has released Pixelmator for iPhone, an image editor with 'desktop-class' tools.
Tread Lightly features a whole host of illustrated puzzles, games, colouring pages and mazes inspired by the best scenes of Breaking Bad
Newly launched 6Tribes app, designed by iPlayer creator Anthony Rose, enables people to join tribes that reflect their lifestyle
Production and animation studio collaborates with London's She Was Only to rebrand and relaunch shop-window site
You'll be forgiven for thinking this new Michelin ad is a trailer for a Hollywood animated movie.
Cosmo's monochrome challenge results in a new perspective on space
We've taken a shine to the art and animation portfolio of this award-winning artist.
See how Leviathan's interactive welcome installation brought FITC Toronto attendees together
Jet Set Radio, Streets of Rage, Golden Axe, Phantasy Star and Shinobi among first prints of SEGA-inspired artwork
MPC gets prehistoric for Publicis’ latest coffee spot, creating a T-Rex family and other Jurassic creatures