Woaahhhhh, we’re half way there! Wo-ah living on a triangle 🙂
I’ve made it to 50 now and I’m pretty proud of myself – I’ve got all of you seeing triangles everywhere #sorrynotsorry I don’t really know what happened but without realising it there’s been a bit of a colour theme this week – I’ve posted a lot of yellow and blue.
50 – The only way to mark half way – simple, to the point; half and half!
51 – Four feet are better than two! I’ve been to Liverpool Street station so many times but had never noticed the triangular floor so Jo & I marked the discovery with a bit of symmetry.
52 – I spy with my triangle eye, something above Mulberry at Westfield.
53 – #tbt to this tritastic Topshop Oxford Street gift card grid.
54 – It’s the end of May, which means only one thing; the annual trip back to Lincoln for the degree show. As tradition goes, the members of the LSDT contribute something for the goody bag of the new recruits, and obviously my contribution had to be something triangular. I made some little triangle prints to tell the little Lincoln GD story; the old home (Thomas Parker House), the new home (AAD Building), the adopted home (Library) and the home of graduation (Lincoln Cathedral). I had a pretty surreal night seeing old and new faces and reliving my student days by ending up at Superbull – oh dear.
55 – It’s not a visit to Lincoln without a trip to the Cathedral. After the excitement of Show Fifteen, it was nice to just chill out and enjoy the quaint surroundings. Lincoln feels so small now that I live in London but it has a lot of great memories.
56 – On Sunday I was a bit outside of my comfort zone at Graduate Fashion Week after being invited by Nuffnang. I’m always up for new experiences and even though I don’t know anything about fashion, I’m curious about how the other half (aka fashionistas) live. With some new blogging friends I explored the different textiles, shapes and prints on display, watched a catwalk show and enjoyed geeking out at the graphics. I did feel like a triangle in a world of circles, but it’s good to be different 🙂
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