Open House London 2014 – A Sneak Peak of What’s To Come

Yet another Open House London has come to a close, and yet again it’s been a wonderful adventure. Open House London is a weekend when buildings through open their doors to people who would normally never get a look inside. Also, it’s free. You can find out more at londonopenhouse.org. In time, I’ll get blog posts up […]

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The Man Who Climbed Out of His Clothes Surrounded by Naked Baby Dolls – Shunt

There’s an intriguing show on near the O2. Immersive theatre masters Shunt have built a palace of shipping containers for their latest theatre offering, The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face. The play is akin to an acid trip – and one on which you cannot wear your shoes – and it’s a really […]

Where The Party At? – Digitally Drawn Wedding Introductions

Recently my best friend got married. It was a day of incredible joy, love and laughter. It was also, for me, a joyous exercise in lending my designing hands to my friend’s special day. The bride had found an example of an illustrated guide to a bridal party on Pinterest, and asked if I could […]

The Last Train to Mertztown, PA – An Abandoned Station on the Reading Railroad

Whilst driving through the country roads of Pennsylvania, I happened to pass an incredible abandoned train station, which sparked a fun little research project about some of the abandoned stations and rails in and around Allentown. The station in question is Mertztown, and it was formerly a stop on the East Penn Branch of the […]

#StupidHot – The Bowers Chile Pepper Festival

Out in the depths of small-town Pennsylvania lies an incredibly hot surprise – the brilliant Chile Pepper Festival in Bowers, PA. Over two days, this small historic town hosts a festival celebrating all things chile pepper! Vendors come from far and wide to sell their unique and crazy hot sauces, chutneys, salsas, pickled goods, and […]