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Back in January I attended my first Printout talk after seeing a tweet from Stack Magazines. Sorry that it’s taken me this long to get around to posting about it (oops) but after attending another Printout talk (which I’m posting on Wednesday, so check back!) I thought it was about time I got my act together. Sara & I headed to The Book Club in Shoreditch where whilst queuing, we were pleasantly surprised to be...

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On Wednesday evening I met Sara, Ben, Sophie and Kevin (Sophie’s colleague) at the Protein Gallery in Shoreditch for a talk as part of the Grafik x Monotype series. The series has been going for a couple of weeks now but this talk, focusing on typography and Magazines was FREE! So it was no surprise that it was sold out (even though actually when everyone sat down half of the seats were empty, which was a shame). In...

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After exploring Platform on Wednesday evening, I decided to pop into another Clerkenwell Design Week venue to see what else was happening: I stumbled on this installation (also part of the festival) on the way to the Design Factory.. . Housed inside St John’s Gate, the Tile Mile is a collaboration between Turkish Ceramics and creatives russ + henshaw using tiles and mirrors to create an illusion: It was quite busy so a bit hard to get...

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As I mentioned before, I had such a great time at the St Bride event and the ‘goody bag’ items did not disappoint either! I arranged all of my goodies neatly: Firstly, the event programme: It was simple typography with lovely fluoro pink detailing. The Monotype type spec booklets went like hot cakes! The problem was that some people were being a bit greedy and taking one of every colour. You can see from my...

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