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 […]
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 – […]
Checked out the wonderful roof garden on the roof of the John Lewis Oxford Street store today – and I think I found the most perfect place to spend a lunch break! The roof has been completely transformed from a normal greying concrete jungle to a more plant-based variety of jungle. Living walls, floral beds, […]
I’ve long been a fan of Clare Misselbrook’s work – she uses found materials to create stunning sculptures, and is a wonderfully talented painter. I’m also lucky enough to count her as one of my best friends, and I was thrilled when she let me know about her latest project — and even more thrilled […]
This the season for gingerbread lattes, red berries on sticks, trees, and getting white-girl-wasted at the company Christmas party (four checkmarks for this chick so far)– and it’s also, apparently the season for giving! Now as a personal rule, I do not purchase from UK Amazon for a variety of holier-than-thou reasons, and as a […]
As part of the continued celebrations of the London Underground’s history, the London Transport Museum is currently exhibiting Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Design – a collection of 150 commissioned posters for the Underground. It’s a great exhibition, albeit very narrow and – on a Sunday afternoon – very crowded, although only with […]
I wanted to share something awesome that didn’t come from me today. Okay so this one is a tiny bit of a cop out, as I didn’t have to do much searching to find it (I work for Martin Creed as an assistant.) But just looking at it makes me happy. It’s his new work […]
Click on the photo below to head over to Off The Map – a gorgeous collection of graphic posters for disused stations. Clicking on each poster leads to information about the stations, including what bits of them remain and what you can see from passing trains.