Monthly Archives: October 2010


Not remotely design related, but nonetheless creative, are the bizarre brain lactations of Jessica Hynes & Julia Davis in the form of Peppatits, which I somehow managed to miss out on for 2 years.  No matter – I’ve been milking … Continue reading

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A day when you get to do the things that you didn’t do on the other six days of the week…like read the paper you bought yesterday.  But if you’re Bob Servant, perhaps you use your Sunday to  reply to … Continue reading

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Time Off (to the power of 7)

I have had a week off.  Not quite like this. But wouldn’t it be great?  

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House of Vernacular

Brighton Photography Biennial is on at the moment – a highlight is House of Vernacular curated by Martin Parr at Fabrica.  The collated work of several photographers is exhibited across 6 or 7 distinctly themed rooms (something perhaps only a … Continue reading

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A trip to Brighton in late October is silly-ly chilly (despite it being sunny.)  To warm up a little I took a look in Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.  I saw these: It reminded me how much I like the … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves Arrive

You definitely know autumn is here when the Magic Trees start shedding their leaves.

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DRU: 42-72

Tucked at the back of an unassuming Islington cul-de-sac hides Cubitt gallery which is currently hosting a small exhibition of the work of a design practice with a huge legacy. Design Research Unit: 1942-72 showcases the work of a seminal … Continue reading

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