Monthly Archives: October 2010

More small simple artistic designs

Well here are two more variations on a theme. I was aiming for a small symmetrical maze design and once I had one it lead to the other. The bigger one of the two could have a statue in each … Continue reading

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Random thoughts about advertising campaigns

Some random thoughts about marketing the maze project. Radio ads would work well. Strap lines: “Get lost… in a maze” “Lose your kids this half term” “Find your way … loose it… find it… retire for tea and cake” “Find … Continue reading

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GPS and Geocaching

This will add another dimension to the maze project. Strictly geocaches should be on public sites where there are no barriers to entry but obviously with the maze project there will be an entry fee. However, this does not stop … Continue reading

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Mazes in the Press: Britain’s best mazes (The Times)

Britain’s best mazes (The Times – 2006) An article from 2006 talking about some of the best mazes in the UK.

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Maze Designs – Simple artistic Designs 2

Here are some more very simple small maze designs. As previously these are more artistic mazes rather than mazes to get lost in.

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Location, Location, Location

Some thoughts about the site location which need to be jotted down. County Somerset Aircraft hangar The final tourist attraction is likely to be at least partially undercover to attract the wet weather tourists. I have had some thoughts about … Continue reading

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