|Through the keyhole
Sadly this festival has come to an end, but if you enjoy independent art exhibitions and you happen to also enjoy snooping around someone else’s house, then the Dulwich Festival Artist Open House is a win win and you should diarise it for next year. Click here for the open house website. This year our friend Carl Ison has been showing off his wares. You can still see Carl’s work on his site www.boxedin.london. Carl creates 3D box frame installations that can tell a multitude of stories from the nostalgic to the narrative of today, through his photography, typography, graphic awareness and content created or supplied.
|Design industry election
The big news of the month (perhaps the year if you discount Kim Kardashian giving birth to a compass) was the general election. So now we've had our new government for a few weeks, what does it mean on a specific level for us as an agency and the design community in general? Check out this informative article, it will arm you with a few cheeky factlets to whip out at the pub and wow your audience. You can thank us later. See the article in Design Week
|Borley vs Bracknell
The scene is set, the runners ready, the course is pristine. Just the starting gun and 13.1 miles separate 1,000 hopefuls from a shot at immortality. Little did the other athletes know that our very own Charlie Borley was lurking quietly confident behind the start line, with a trance like expression over her face. In the end there was blood (not so much) sweat and tears (from the other runners) as Charlie breezed across the finish line. The event was sponsored by The Pancreatic Cancer Research Group who are conducting research to help reduce the damage pancreatic cancer is causing. Visit pcrf.co.uk