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Design

Grayson Perry and Apparata create A House for Artists in East London

Grayson Perry is working with London-based architects Apparata on an affordable-housing scheme with integrated studios for artists located in Barking, east London. A House for Artists is designed to provide relatively low-cost rental accommodation...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Entertainment

EventsHere: East London’s most versatile event space opens its doors

EventsHere is East London’s newest and most versatile events space, prominently located at Here East, a 1.2 million sq ft campus for the creative and digital industries, located in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Formerly the Press...

Posted by: Smart Group Ltd
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News

Space Explorer: The Great American Desert launches in East London

Thursday 5th May sees the launch of a pioneering new public art initiative in Hackney. Created by the documentary photographer Robin Mellor, Space Explorer is a new, free, art-based app platform intended to encourage people to explore the urban...

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Features

East London Swimmers

As soon as the city heats up, people flock to their favoured outside swimming spots. For most this is one of the ponds on Hampstead Heath, for others, London Field's Lido offers the perfect hipster location for posing, swimming, smoking and...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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News

East London Design Show 2012

The East London Design Show returns to Shoreditch Town Hall on 6-9 December, for another year of hassle-free Christmas shopping. The East London Design Show (or ELDS) is an annual event that brings together the best of the UK's independent product,...

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Features

The Best Booths in London

At The Flash Pack, we obviously love photo booths! There's something really nostalgic about cramming into a booth with your friends; getting snapped and receiving a print. All around The Flash Pack studio, you can see booth prints taped to screens,...

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Advertising

BBH London and Absolut remind the LGBTQ community to Kiss With Pride

London Pride has been and gone, and was, by all accounts, a colossal success this year, firmly cementing the big smoke as a city of warmth and acceptance for the LGBTQ community. Absolut, however, wish to underline the fact that just because Pride is...

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Economy

Amazon doubling down on London investment despite Brexit

Amazon is planting deep roots in London soil, with the online retail behemoth recently announcing plans to double its recruitment for research and development roles within the capital as it renews its focus on video and streaming services. The move...

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Events

London Design Fair 2017: Curating the Curators

From 21st-24th September 2017, the London Design Fair will once more host the largest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions and galleries, set in one dynamic location during the London Design Festival....

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Advertising

Adland shows off its true colours for Pride London

Adland has really got stuck in for Pride London this year. We've already covered the wonderful official “Love Happens Here” campaign by WCRS, but that was only the tip of the rainbow. Here, we've gathered a few of the more interesting...

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Design

London student artwork celebrates the launch of Elizabeth line trains

Design students from East London have helped create a new advertising campaign that has been launched on board Transport for London’s (TfL’s) new Elizabeth line trains to explain to customers the benefits they will enjoy while...

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Events

Will you be attending London's most creative Festival?

Now in its second year, D&AD Festival is the largest gathering of creative minds to take place in east London. Spanning three days, and five stages of talks, there’s no shortage of action either. Speakers come from all areas of the creative...

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Entertainment

Wieden+Kennedy London celebrate David Bowie on the anniversary of his death

On the 10th of January this year, Wieden+Kennedy London will be opening Space Oddity; a visual deconstruction at their gallery space on Hanbury Street, in East London, which will celebrate the life of David Bowie. Space Oddity uses musical data from...

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Design

Stackable Football Pitches proposed in London by AL_A

Stackable football pitches could be erected on disused or temporarily empty plots across London, according to Amanda Levete and her London-based studio AL_A. The concept, named “Pitch/Pitch,” aims to tackle the shortage of inner-city sports...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: UCL, Natwest and the London Design Biennale

Lambie-Nairn - University College London Lambie-Nairn has unveiled a new brand identity for UCL’s (University College London) new global Philanthropy and Engagement Campaign. The university is aiming to raise £600 million for cutting-edge...

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Advertising

D&AD Day Two Roundup: Grey London out in front

Things are really starting to heat up over at the Old Truman Brewery, with the second set of D&AD Pencil winners for 2016 having been announced to coincide with the first day of the inaugural D&AD Festival. Please note that victorious entrants will...

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Design

London Design Festival 2015: The Highlights

Somerset House At this year’s festival, Somerset House, which is often seen as one of the main hubs of the event, exhibited a range of exciting design innovations. From tree-shaped furniture to a piano played by light and a virtual reality...

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Design

Olympicopolis set to be the new cultural centre of London

Whilst few decried the creation of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in preparation for the London 2012 Olympics, even the most rabid sports fans would happily admit that they were unsure as to what exactly the space would be used for once the games...

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Design

London skyline set to get hammy

I don't know about you, but I for one have always thought that if there was one thing the London skyline needed, it was another building shaped like a foodstuff. Well, it would appear my prayers have been answered, as after a six-year hiatus, the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Spitalfields, these London pranksters are trolling your lunchbreak

In the latest “Go Fun Yourself” online film by Saatchi & Saatchi London for Toyota's Aygo, a group of four musical comedians make up humorous songs about passers by neat Spitalfields Market in East London. In the clip, which can be viewed...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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News

Create11 The right side of London

I know I am always banging on about how great East London is and I'm sure it is highly irritating for those of you who don't live here but maybe my ramblings on are perhaps slightly useful for those of you who do so here is the latest in the I heart...

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Design

Tatty Devine brings glorious life to the walls at Royal London Hospital

We've all undoubtedly and unfortunately had to spend some time in hospital at one point or another, and whilst the staff generally do their best to make our stays as palatable as possible, the buildings themselves are often drab and unwelcoming. To...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

3D-printed Palmyra Arch coming to London and New York in 2016

The ruins of the Temple of Bel in Syria were among the best preserved at Palmyra until they were destroyed by the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria last August. The only remaining monument of the over 2,000 year old UNESCO World Heritage Site...

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Advertising

Virgin Trains unite East and West for the first time

Virgin Trains is uniting its East and West Coast rail franchises for the first time ever in a combined integrated campaign that aims to use subtle wit and humour to help the brand become one of the best loved in the UK. The “Be Bound for...

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Inspiration

CP Loves... Berlin's East Side Gallery

by Ashley Morrison Understandably, a lot of people hate graffiti, mainly because it takes the form of the pointless defacement of public or private property with little more than large and ugly "tags," carried out by people who are - usually -...

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Design

My London Design Festival 2019 highlights

One of the strange truths about working in the creative industry is how easy it is for your focus to narrow and shut out other people’s exciting projects. It’s a trap that leads to people becoming predictable and something I don’t...

Posted by: Rob Pratt
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Inspiration

Company Spotlight: Why Leo Burnett London is lovin' life

Leo Burnett London has been dining at advertising’s top table with its McDonald’s client for more than three decades and continues to reinvent the brand as the world evolves. In the past year, the agency has cut through the crowded...

Posted by: Ryan Watson

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