Society Dance drop by…

Society Dance drop by…

7th March 2013

A big thank you to the guys at Society Dance for the fantastic T-shirts bought in today!
We look bare fresh in these dope garms, don’t you think?
Check out how Society Dance was bought to life here.

Show me the way to Rio de Janeiro…

Show me the way to Rio de Janeiro…

16th August 2012

A quirky little twist to the Olympics signage in Stratford this week. Who’s up for it??

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The Olympics; Reworked

The Olympics; Reworked

14th August 2012

So the 2012 Olympic Games are now over, and if I’m being honest, a few months back I never thought I would feel even the slightest bit lost without the daily hype surrounding the athletes and their sporting achievements, and which country is in the lead with gold medals. But incredibly, I am now. Thankfully […]

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Inspire a generation

Inspire a generation

13th August 2012

I’ve been watching the build up to the Olympics for a while and indeed have seen this banner in my hometown of Chiswick for weeks, each night on the 94 bus stop at Turnham Green Terrace. Today I walked past it before going home to see the closing ceremony and wanted to capture its sentiment. […]

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Gold in W4

Gold in W4

13th August 2012

We spotted a gold post box at the town hall in Chiswick over the weekend, sparkling in the sunshine. Looked great and was there in honour of one of the victorious crew from the rowing mens four, Pete Reed, who lives and trains in the area. His team mates Alex Gregory, Tom James and Andrew Triggs […]

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A faultless performance

A faultless performance

9th August 2012

After the ecstasy of winning Gold in the Team Show Jumping earlier in the week; yesterday I was lucky enough to be at a stunning Greenwich Park for the Individual finals, with high hopes for Team GB’s Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Nick Skelton.

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A Record-breaking Lift

A Record-breaking Lift

8th August 2012

On Saturday I went off to Excel to watch the men’s weightlifting 94kg division. I’m a fan of the World’s Strongest Man competitions, so I was really looking forward to seeing how much these guys could lift. I was not left disappointed! It was unbelievable watching them lift such enormous weight. It’s incredible to see how far athletes can […]

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Celebrity Spots

Celebrity Spots

8th August 2012

Even though London has been a bit of a ghost town over the last week or so, there’s been a fair amount of celeb spotting to be had on the tube. Athletes past and present, commentators and presenters galore. They all seem to have shunned the Olympics lanes in favour of the good old underground. […]

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Olympic Coin

Olympic Coin

7th August 2012

I almost forgot about the ridiculousness of paying £1.20 for a miniature bottle of no-name water in Stratford station this weekend after receiving a sparkling new Olympic 50 pence piece in my change. According to The Royal Mint, these coins are all but being taken out of circulation by the general public as they hoard […]

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Golden Olympic Shots

Golden Olympic Shots

6th August 2012

Getty Images have a lovely collection of Olympic photgraphy on the sports section of their blog, not only from London 2012, but also from games gone past. Pawel Zagrodnik of Poland (white) and Masashi Ebinuma of Japan lay on the mat after their match in the Men’s -66 kg Judo on Day two of the […]

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Opportunist Advertising

Opportunist Advertising

2nd August 2012

LOCOG make epic flag fail. Specsavers take advantage of sensitive topic. Hilarity ensues.

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Find Your Greatness

Find Your Greatness

2nd August 2012

Wieden & Kennedy have created a campaign for Nike+ entitled ‘Find Your Greatness’ which encourages you to get out there and be active.

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Once, Twice, Three Times an Olympics Host City

Once, Twice, Three Times an Olympics Host City

2nd August 2012

A lovely infographic taking a look at how London as an Olympic host city has changed, developed and grown from our first games in 1908 to the ‘austerity games’ in 1948  and the current 2012 Olympic Games. Designed by Design by Soup and found on visual.ly

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Olympic Vermin

Olympic Vermin

2nd August 2012

This is a great animation called ‘Olympic Vermin’. Here we see some of London’s vermin recreating the Olympic torch relay through the streets of London. It’s a very fun, cheeky take on what is essentially a massive part of the Olympic ceremony. Created by Amael Isnard and Leo Bridle, and produced by Beakus. [iframe: src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/46296980?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&color=ea0000″ width=”680″ height=”382″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen]

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Meet the Superhumans

Meet the Superhumans

2nd August 2012

As well as the Olympics, we have the Paralympics, which is always a joy to watch. It is incredible to see the athletes constantly push themselves and overcome any obstacle thrown at them. Channel 4 are showing the Paralympics from the 29th of August to the 9th of September. 4creative have produced an incredibly powerful […]

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Engaging

Engaging

31st July 2012

When the torch relay came to Kew my daughters were there. As Samsung and Lloyds representatives handed out flags, clappers and ribbons the girls waved and bashed their handouts in sheer joy of the torch soon to arrive.Then the Coca-Cola truck came by – reminding them of the drink only allowed as a treat now […]

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Fit at Central Saint Martin

Fit at Central Saint Martin

3rd July 2012

Inspired Posters by Contemporary British-based Graphic Designers at Central Saint Martin.

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W11 Wheels

W11 Wheels

19th January 2012

Aside from London Taxis, Range Rovers, and Mini Coopers, Notting Hill has some beautiful examples of classic, quirky and exotic cars. For a car lover, it’s a great place to stroll around.

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BoxPark

BoxPark

7th December 2011

Sixty shipping containers have been transformed into the world’s first pop-up shopping mall BOXPARK, opened last week-end in Shoreditch. Designed by architects Waugh Thistleton, it is the brainchild of Roger Wade of Boxfresh and real estate developers Hammerson, who were behind Birmingham’s Bullring. No high street retailers, says BOXPARK,  –  Just selected, ground-breaking brands by […]

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Sweet

Sweet

21st September 2011

Passing Jigsaw on Westbourne Grove, off for lunch one day, I saw the Jigsaw window display. To mark ‘Wool Week’, and the Campaign for Wool, Jigsaw brought some model sheep and wrapped the storefront in a great ‘woolly pully’ for want of a better expression. Really lovely idea and one of those where when it […]

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