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We’re exhibiting at Connect: London

So - how are your business finances? Do you know how you’re going to make an even greater success of them? Could you be paying less in tax? And what about those bits you just wish someone else could take care of, so you could get back to doing what...

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Design

#wheredesignmeets #London

Now in its seventh year, designjunction has cemented its reputation as the place #wheredesignmeets. We’re proud to be part of #London's thriving creative community, acting as a platform which connects the industry during the London Design...

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Design

Wieden+Kennedy London and Stedhead put a modern spin on the tarot card

Wieden+Kennedy London has teamed up with the artist Stedhead to create a playful contemporary twist on traditional tarot cards. Each card has been redesigned to be relevant to today's first world problems. Since the late 18th century, Tarot cards...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Pride in London: Key campaigns from the celebrations

After the horror and dismay of the Orlando nightclub shootings on June 12 2016, LGBTQ communities around the world needed a show of strength and solidarity in the face of unmeritable evil. A key role in this recovery fell on London. Pride in London...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Design

Bar Works transform London's unused phone boxes into micro offices

Co-working seems to be something of a hot topic in London at the moment, and considering the ever-escalating cost of living in the city, that's hardly surprising. Just last week I reported on the Collective Old Oak complex, and now, a New York-based...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Plume Labs set pollution patrolling pigeons free over London

Anyone who has ever spent any amount of time in London would struggle to ascertain where it got its nickname from, as “The Big Smoke” is one of the most heavily polluted major cities in Europe. One particularly green-fingered tech...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Zebra celebrate anniversary with central London migration

Global content production and adaptation company Zebra Worldwide is marking its 10 year anniversary by launching a content focused consulting & technology offer from new offices in W1. Founded by Luke Hammersley and Nic Franklin in 2005, Zebra...

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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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Technology

London's first Food Tech Hackathon with Jamie Oliver

Hackathons traditionally conjure up images of (male) tech brains surrounded by empty pizza boxes, beer cans, caffeine and questionable personal hygiene choices. But last weekend, London’s first ever Food Tech Hackathon blew the cobwebs out of this...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Design

London's Garden Bridge receives £2 million but still faces set backs

UPDATE Since I reported on the Garden Bridge last week, it appears there has been something of a reversal in its potential fortunes. Public opinion has been mixed from the start, but whilst it appeared the £175 million plan was previosuly certain...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Festival of light to hit London next year

London is to be transformed next January by a festival of light, with 20 different installations set to help burn away the post-Christmas blues. The Lumiere light festival began in Durham back in 2009 as a biennial event, and makes its way to the...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Design

DNA brought to life in London

A trail of 7 foot tall DNA-shaped sculptures is being scattered across London over the Summer to raise awareness and money for a new Cancer Research UK research centre. The campaign has been spearheaded by design consultancy SomeOne, who designed and...

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Design

Top 5 London exhibitions to inspire graphic design: June 2015

London is over-stuffed with gallery choices, one of the many great things about the city. But where to go when you want a dash of visual inspiration or a calligraphy calm down? We've scoured around for the best design-led exhibitions on in London...

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Design

London's Royal Arts Academy marks 250th anniversary

In 2018 The Royal Academy of Arts in London is to open up its permanent collection with a fresh redesign, which also marks its 250th anniversary. The work is being led by David Chipperfield Architects (DCA), and is backed by a £12.7 million grant...

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Features

jelly London at Secret 7", Somerset House

Secret 7" opens for another year tomorrow, at the swanky new venue of Somerset House. The hotly tipped exhibition, featured in this week’s Time Out, brings music and art together for a fantastic cause, and features 700 artists from all over the...

Posted by: Jelly London
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Publicis London show another side to Homelessness

In an effort to (quite literally) expose another side to homelessness, the Depaul charity has launched a unique new poster campaign for its Nightstop service, which helps in finding emergency accommodation for young homeless people. Nightstop is an...

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Advertising

Grey London help Volvo 'Swell' its brand in new ad

In a bid to move into a more premium market space, Volvo has launched a new TV campaign for its XC60 model called “Swell.” The campaign is centred around a film which introduces some of the basic principals that represent the brand's positioning...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Events

House of Vans London Opening

Thursday is definitely the new Friday, and last Thursday we hung out at the new House of Vans for the opening of London’s only indoor skatepark. Because its hidden around five of the Old Vic tunnels beneath Waterloo Station, its a bit hard to...

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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

London Collections: Men

You may have noticed an increase in the number of sharply-dressed gentlemen wandering the gloomy streets of London this week, the reason for this is not a showcase of an expertly chosen Christmas gifts but the 4th season of London Collections: Men...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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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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Events

Clerkenwell Design Week 2013, London (May 21 - May 23)

Clerkenwell Design Week has firmly established itself as the UK's leading independent design festival and one of the most acclaimed trade events on the international design calendar. Clerkenwell takes place in London, EC1 - The heart and home of...

Posted by: Emma
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News

The future of London's skyline.

The Gherkin, The London Eye, the BT tower and One Canada Square are the great giants of London's skyline. One glance up in the air often takes your breath away as you contemplate the sheer scale of these structures. They also allow you to orientate...

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Inspiration

Anxiety, loneliness, heartbreak, Peanuts

Peanuts! A children’s comic strip, with the coolest dog in the world, reaching more than 350 million people in 75 countries. But a comic strip way ahead of it’s time, addressing modern day neuroses such as anxiety, loneliness and...

Posted by: Stephen ONeill
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News

The Cultural TfL Map x Time Out

Time Out exists to inspire their readers to make the most of their city - whether that’s the latest must-see art exhibition, a serene hidden garden or a killer music venue in an unexpected part of town. That’s why they’ve teamed up...

Posted by: Jelly London
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Events

Take Fucking Risks: meets Cindy Gallop & Ellie Flynn WRAP UP

Date 9th May 2018 Speakers Paul Mellor, Mellor&Smith Cindy Gallop Ellie Flynn Venue The Vaults, Waterloo, London Wow! FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY of you showed up at The Vaults on Wednesday. This was our 5th event and the largest yet… by...

Posted by: Mellor&Smith
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Trends

What the hell are you doing here? Find out for yourself.

The entire creative industry is talking about purpose. The purpose of a project. Doing work with purpose. ‘Great innovation. World changing idea. #purpose’. But no one’s talking about their own. So, as part of this year's D&AD...

Posted by: Emily Jeffrey-Barrett
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Economy

Gensler propose moving Parliament into a a floating bubble on the Thames

The world's biggest architecture firm has proposed moving the UK's Lords and MPs into a bubble-like building on the River Thames to reduce the cost of refurbishing the crumbling Palace of Westminster. Gensler, which has one of its largest offices in...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Technology

Brand Case Studies: How Vinaya made wearable tech emotional

Vinaya is one-part design studio and one-part research lab, a brand cleverly positioned at the juncture between human experience and technology, interested in finding new ways to unite the two in a less absent-minded future. Kate Unsworth,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Catching up with character expert, Studio Murugiah

Studio Murugiah is an award-winning multidisciplinary creative studio based in London, specialising in illustration, art direction, typography and design. Having produced work for Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Little White Lies, Scribbler and LEON, as...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Focal Point: Swedish minimalism with Justin Hallström

Justin Hallström is a Canadian born, Swedish raised and London based designer and art director. His strong, visual campaigns for foodie brands including Jamie Oliver and EAT. caught our attention. But according to Justin, he's still a Swedish...

Posted by: Kate Lewin

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