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Month: October 2017

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Some of the scarves have two sides, each side a distinct story. Side by side yet interwoven, the sides influence and transpose each other. The scarves are a metaphor of...

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COLLABORATIONS October 06,2017

Daniel Harris at London Cloth Company. Not only does the imagery celebrate London, the scarves commemorate its industry too. This shawl cloth was hand woven at London’s first ‘micro...

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My collection is inspired by the urban and particularly, London. After years of working in the ‘City’, the metropolis had become for me a place of repetitive, meaningless work,...

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COALHOLE October 02,2017

Up to 1956 and the passing of the Clean Air Act, coal was the main source of heating fuel in London. In the wealthier parts of town, a hatch,...

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LIMEHOUSE BARK October 02,2017

London is one of the greenest cities for its size with 27m2 of green space per inhabitant. The trees work at keeping the pollution at bay. The London Plane...

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Outside a Pimlico school gate, the children mingle and wait for friends before entering. As the school has a ‘no-gum’ policy, this grate with its raised squares, becomes the...

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CITYLIGHTS October 02,2017

Each urban development is marked from space by its twinkling lights, essentially light pollution. So much so, that the real stars are not visible to urbanites. But at the...

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HACKNEY GRATE October 02,2017

“Sewer covers” started off as slabs of stone or pieces of wood allowing access to covered trenches that carried sewage. This basic design was in use from 3500 BCE...

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V&A : FILM NOIR October 02,2017

The Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the world’s most loved museums for design and the decorative arts. Founded in 1852, located in the heart of Kensington’s museum...

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1820 SQUARE October 02,2017

In Alexander Square, Chelsea SW3, the pavement was laid in 1820. Nearly 200 years of passing feet: people who have walked, tramped, run and skipped. Few have left their...

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