Some History of RedBreast, KTT, the Blue Glass Mews, Coronation Studios, the MUSE Club's **Classic Designs** & the Creative Process in General:
The significance of e-commerce online storefronts was never lost on father & son Robin Hugh Gibb & his son Robin-John Gibb. Both realised the concept would be the way of the future marketplace, way before it's time. Online storefronts selling unique, useful & "gift-able" high-quality, safe & sustainable products as well as items made affordable which are usually monetarily out of reach to the average customer. However, after so long spent creating & building up Redbreast, making high quality material-sourcing contacts, & after so much effort brainstorming new designs together for products, Robin & his son RJ's shared dream of an online e-commerce empire came to an abrupt halt in the wake of Robin's sad yet final defeat, after three brave years battling the disease...to cancer.
Five years later RJ (a mentalist) met Andrew Eborn (a magician) at an event held by the Magic Circle in London. From holographic creation & Augmented Reality (AR), to psychology, hypnotism & the study of modern propaganda including Info-Spin methods & modern philosophical debate concerning the nature of reality in the wake of old & recent discoveries in the field of Quantum Mechanics, they shared the same array of unusual, and innovative interests in many endeavours, not least of all being the entrepreneurial e-commerce online sale of unique, high-quality, safe & sustainable products, as well as items made affordable which are usually monetarily out of reach to the average consumer. They forged KTT Ltd together and rekindled Robin & RJ's previous pursuit of an e-commerce empire.