Category Archives: the UK

/ BIKES: AMSTERDAM VS. MANHATTAN

Amsterdam I vividly remember our first trip to Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Having read about this spot in travel books, I was well aware that the denizens of this fair city liked to travel around on two-wheel bikes. Even so, … Continue reading

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/ Refreshing a Legendary Brand

The BBC has been broadcasting since 1927, and has had a web presence since 1997, an eternity in both worlds. They’ve got a very interesting post up on their internet blog discussing the growth of their Global Visual Language — … Continue reading

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/ Talk Talk Viral

Put-pockets…perhaps a bit long but creative.

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/ Design Section of London Newspaper

I came across the Guardian’s design section, which is a good source of inspiration with some great articles.

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/ Fun with Postal Addresses

Harriet Russell was an art school student at the Glasgow School of Art. Among other things she makes postal address art and sees if the Royal Mail will deliver them.

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/ great ad

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/ the tube

the London Transport Museum has put online all of the posters in their collection. definately worth a look. Am I the only one that wants to start a guerrilla campaign to replace the NYC MTA’s (awful) posters?

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/ Old Factory conversion…

By the Islington Canal again. This is an old factory being converted into lofts.

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/ Interesting Find…

While waiting for our bus back home in Camden (#31), I spotted an interesting sign on the side of the building across the street…

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/ i (heart) photomerge…

Panorama from Islington, London. Taken by the Canal. Used photomerge to stitch. But no Blending to keep the original images size.

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