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 […]

My Type of Place – The Museum of London Docklands

The latest in my series of font photos from museums is from the wonderful Museum of London Docklands, which just gets better and better with every visit! The museum covers the full history of the docklands area, with historical artefacts and displays which bring to life a sense of culture through the years. There’s a great […]

#DigitalRevolution – Barbican

Currently, the Barbican is hosting a fabulous exhibition called Digital Revolution. It’s a wonderful interactive exhibition which celebrates how far digital technology has come in a short period of time, and also leads voice to the great things still to come digitally. The exhibition is divided into segments – some more impressive than others – […]

Walkie Talkies, Wool Coats, and a Stolen Painting – Heist’s Immersive Theatre Adventure

I took part in a Heist the other night. It was exciting, stressful, fast-paced, and sweaty. However, the first rule of Heist Club is pretty much don’t talk about Heist Club, so here’s a brief review that hopefully doesn’t give the game away too much. Heist is the brainchild of Difference Engine and is associated […]