Journal

Offering our news and notes, this is a place for the miscellanea of the month, articles shared to show our friends where we’re at and what we’re up to. 

The Overview
Effect

Think for a second that you are not bound to the ground, but given some perspective and a vantage point from outside, above and around. What do you feel, and how do you deal with it? 


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Movies From Around The World

Call it a video club, a feed reel of the subbed and the dubbed, a space where we share with you some of our favourite feature films from around the globe.



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Radioma - Mixtape
#001 (Autumn)

The distant sounds, the grooves and grinds, a playlist of all the pieces that move our minds. This is Idioma’s new regular feature, a safe place to bring together tracks and artists that we love, and share them with you too.


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Design Deep Dive 
'L'appel du Vide'

Idioma takes you through the thinking and the feelings behind another one of our popular prints, “l’appel du vide”, a French phrase describing “the call of the void”…

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Design Deep Dive
'Solivagant'

Wander alone, and think more. Solivagant: An emblem for the journey, where the highs and lows are uniquely yours.


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Plant a Seed 
'Covid 19'

Now is the time. Plant a seed. Cultivate your mind, your garden and your soul. This design takes its inspiration from the Sanskrit word "Bhavana" meaning to Cultivate.

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Design Deep Dive
'Peace be the Journey'

One of Idioma's first products was a t-shirt with the simple message, "Peace be the Journey".
This design dive looks at the latest concept to come out of Idioma HQ.


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The Insider’s
Guide to Multilingualism

An Interview with the Superpolyglotbros Matthew and Michael Youlden are identical twins from Manchester with a super power — they are fluent in 11 languages and have knowledge of more than 20.

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The Secret Life of
Your Donated Clothes

Ever wondered what happened to that old, but once stylish, shirt you donated to your local charity shop?
It is always assumed that people who shop at charity shops buy the clothes we donate.

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