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I know what you’re thinking – MORE neon!? I’m like a magpie to anything neon, so any excuse to visit the Sprüth Magers gallery to support my housemate Lucy’s neon project. She’s on a mission to photograph every piece of neon in London, so feel free to help her out by sharing any neon that you’ve spotted with me in the comments or via twitter! I’d read about the Kosuth exhibition in Time Out and with...

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Last February I was lucky enough to discover a world of neon tucked away in a warehouse in Walthamstow – God’s Own Junkyard. A year on and Lights Of Soho is celebrating 40 years of neon by the GOJ owner Chris Bracey (who sadly passed away in November 2014) and one of the largest collections of neon signs outside the US. I’m a bit late to the party on this one, sorry! The exhibition has...

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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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It’s been a whirlwind of a week so I’ve only just got around to posting about this, but on Sunday I was back at Somerset House for Pick Me Up 2014. It’s becoming a bit of a tradition now that Jack & I meet Emma & Alex to explore the creative work of illustrators, graphic designers and artists. Wearing a cat print top, would Pick Me Up 2014 score a purrrfect 10 in my eyes?: Before...

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After falling in love with a vintage circus style N in Selfridges in December 2013, God’s Own Junkyard has had a place in my heart. I’ve been back to the Selfridges pop up shop and to Scream Gallery to see more of his work, but after seeing Nikki’s post about the warehouse in Walthamstow I decided I just HAD to go. So last weekend I googled the location and set off to find it with...

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