We are delighted to have attended the latest unveiling of the Fourth Plinth yesterday. David Shrigley’s Really Good – a 7m sculpture of a hand giving the thumbs up impressed the crowd at Trafalgar Square and was launched by London Mayor, Sadiq Khan.
When you go to see the Fourth Plinth for yourself, we strongly recommend you check out Flying Tiger’s pop up shop, conveniently located right next to the plinth itself. Open until October 2nd, Shrigley and Flying Tiger have worked in partnership to design products such as yoga mats and iPad covers. Most impressively, you can purchase a limited edition mini replica of the sculpture (as well as at your local Flying Tiger store!). Art workshops will also be taking place for primary school children at the shop.
Will you be giving the Fourth Plinth a thumbs up? Let us know.
How is it September already? This is the question we all seem to be asking ourselves in the office. Time certainly does fly when you’re having fun! On Wednesday night Hilary (the boss!) kindly had us over for party. Lots of cake and sweets were eaten by all and we even had glitter tattoos! Aside from the left over cakes being demolished in the office, this week also proved successful for our fantastic clients. Some of the fabulous coverage appeared in these following publications:
Stella Magazine, Emerald Street, Gurgle and Style at Home.
We hope you all have a great weekend!
The newly launched Real to Reel exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London goes behind the camera to discover the inspirations for War movies. A particular favourite in the office in Saving Private Ryan…
The Imperial War Museum shop has lots of exciting products to accompany the exhibition which include Whisky Candles, Bourbon Candles and Light-Boxes (pictured). The products are great as gifts or even to add a vintage touch to your home!
The Brutalist London Map from the National Theatre Bookshop is a top hit on the Father’s Day Gift Guide on Metro Online. Perfect for the architecture-loving dad, take him on a walking tour of London with this map and guide to Brutalist buildings. Cheap and cheerful, stick to your budget while making your dad smile.
The Rory Dobner Illustrated Dodo Plate from the Natural History Museum shop is pure perfection in the Metro home pages. Serve in style and delight your guests with the antique and arty design.
We could not be happier to see the Kiddimoto London Bus feature in the Time Out Christmas Gift Guide! Let your little one to take a ride on the bus and create their own adventures this Christmas.