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Matchsticks Macro : Redheads by Peter Daalder, via px. Over the last couple of months I have been noticing an increase of no name products un gracing the shelves of my local supermarket. Their generic and bland product labels scared me into thinking of a world devoid of colour and design found on the grocery shelf. It did make me stop and think about some designs on products I use and see daily but most often just take for granted. Eamon Donelly's recently launched studio and design archive The Island Continent has been getting some well deserved exposure and praise from the likes of Phillip Adams recently, so we decided to sit down with the man himself and talk about a few icons of Australian design, publishing, and broadcast that have had a significant impact on his work, personality and motivation behind starting this new project in the first place. Let's count down.

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Pea sized portions of potassium chlorate and red phosphorus are reacted together by striking with a hammer. Smoke, a loud bang and a flash are observed. Lab coat and goggles are recommended. The phosphorus sulfide is easily ignited, the potassium chlorate decomposes to give oxygen, which in turn causes the phosphorus sulfide to burn more vigorously.