Festival of Colour: Holi

Today Hindus everywhere will be celebrating the festival of Holi. An annual festival  of colours that marks the beginning of spring. The festival was primarily celebrated in India but with the widespread of Hindus all over the world is celebrated widely. The festival starts with the lighting of a bonfire which is said to rid any impurities and ill feeling, so…
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The Liebster Award!!

So I woke this morning to find that I had been nominated for the Liebster Award by Something for Lilah, which is great as i’m new to blogging and this award is great recognition and makes me realise that my blog does get noticed! So thanks for this!! The Leibster Award is one which is awarded to bloggers with less…
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Fuerzabruta at the Roundhouse

This show was just phenomenal! I was like a super excited child when my little sister (not so little!) told me she’d booked tickets for us to go, particularly as it had been sold out for an age and getting tickets was proving to be very difficult!! It was created by Diqui James in Buenos Aires in 2005, it is…
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My Goals for 2014….

Instead of ‘new years resolutions’ i’m taking them to be my ‘GOALS’ for 2014… I’m not sure if that means that they are more achievable but i will certainly give it a good go! LOOK AFTER MYSELF To put my health first and look after number 1, apt that this is my first goal of 2014! In order to achieve…
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New Project Install: Infamous Soho Nightclub

Thanks to us this top secret soho nightclub’s VIP room  will have a re-vamp as well as freshly upholstered sofa’s and branded customised wallpaper. It has been a huge operation co-ordinating all the artists and contractors, particularly so because of the small space! Works involved: Antiquing furniture, mirrors, peeling and distressing wallpaper, stencil artwork painting, lighting design, styling and branding.…
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Endless trend?!

Looking at recent exhibitions and installations there seems to be a growing trend for the ‘endless‘ in design. Is this trend increasingly used to allow artists the ‘get out clause’ to not complete a project or do you think it works well? Does the installation feel complete? London Design Festival gave us the ‘Endless Stair’ designed by dRMM and now New Zealand artist David…
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