It’s funny how things turn out…cars, design, education or rock music?

I have had some really lovely comments back from folk who have stopped by to read a post from my blog. Thank you. 

Originally aiming to ‘drop stuff off’ mainly on design and education I have also thrown some other bits into the mix that relate to my passion for all things automotive (as can be seen from my header photo – the two toys in my life – a Caterham nee Lotus Seven and an Aprilia Moto 6.5 designed by Philippe Starck – one of my favourite designers).  I have had quite a few emails requesting some information on these two so I will be writing something about them shortly for you. In the meantime…

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My point for this entry is this. Although I originally wanted to share my professional experiences and passion for design education (I am a Design Teacher by trade….) there is obviously a tide of interest in my passion for petrol-head stuff.  And I can write all day on that area of study too!  My other love is good-old-fashioned-toe-tapping-Rock-music such as AC/DC, Van Halen, ZZ-Top, Chickenfoot (and loads more besides…).

Oh, and I love the cartoon character ‘Wile E Coyote‘ too…(‘Wile7 is my car forum handle). So, I will diversify a little to include more on the ‘other stuff’ whilst retaining the design education focus as well.

Below is a photo of Brian Johnson (Lead singer with AC/DC) parking his beloved 1928 4.5 Litre Bentley Touring affectionately named ‘Thunder Guts’. A great mix of rock and automotive icons 🙂

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Don’t forget to check out my ‘V2education Daily’ on Twitter for updated news.

Again – Thanks for reading – I really appreciate it!

Dave

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