Two weeks ago, we organised a very special night: We teamed up with Dudley and Bonnie from Charleville Castle, Tullamore, and our German friend Benjamin Rabe to bring the spirit of Halloween to this mysterious place.
This October, we’re very happy to announce that German iPad artist Benjamin Rabe is going to join us at our Dublin office to work and exchange ideas. Benjamin has been very active in the mobile art domain since its humble beginnings and has a lot of experience in drawing, animating and even programming on the iPad.
We have put our heads together and organised 2 public (and absolutely free!) events during his visit – and everybody is welcome to attend!
The Maglus Mini Champagne Pink stylusis the latest addition to the Maglus family. Made with the same high-quality materials as the original Maglus, and designed to the same high standard, the fabulous pink finish is achieved with a process called anodizing. It has an interchangeable tip and is compatible with all past and future Maglus products. The stylus body is 15% smaller than the original Maglus, making it perfect for smaller hands, and smaller devices! Get it right now for the introductory price of 20% off! PLUS free shipping on EVERYTHING on maglusstylus.com this weekend only!
Paddy Kavanagh, Pablo and the Maglus Mini Champagne Pink!
We know that using the Maglus Stylus can help your toddler to make that leap from finger painting to writing a lot easier. The developers at Abuzz have created 82 Animals Dot-to-Dot a new app that is a big hit with the small Maglus user in my house.