The British Library holds a copy of the Buddhist text known commonly as the Diamond Sutra (a more accurate translation of the Sanskrit title might be, the Vajra Cutter Sutra). It is a short Mahayana sutra of the Perfection of Wisdom (prajna-paramita) genre, which teaches the practice of the avoidance of abiding in extremes of mental attachment. A copy found among the Dunhuang manuscripts in the early 20th century, is, in the words of the British Library “the earliest complete survival of a dated printed book.” Read more…
Come along to The Counting House at 7pm to listen to Jamie, share a crust of bread, and hear his thoughts…
Title of talk:
I’m not a designer. Am I?
Bullet points of what you would like to talk about:
- Design and the Power to Create – a non-designer’s view
- Design within my work/society
- Are we all designers?