I feel like I say it every week, but this week really has been a bit of a busy week. I had something planned for almost every evening, which of course is a great excuse to find more triangles. I’m basically half way through now and still enjoying every day (although I keep losing count!), so here’s to passing over into the second half! Days 43 to 49:
43 – A blast from the past – who remembers cheese savouries? Cheesy triangles positioned in a triangle, placed within a triangle. That’s some triang-ception right there.
44 – ‘Be bad until you’re good, and good until you’re great.’ The latest piece by street artist Lakwena outside a gym in Shoreditch. Jack commented that this was too perfect to be a real photo, but I promise it is!
44.5 – I was so inspired after attending a talk at Clerkenwell Design Week about Graphic Design that this was a bonus post. The discussion brought up a lot of issues I have had whizzing around my mind for a while e.g. the fact that Graphic Design is like an invisible world to most people with only a few being able to see it’s value, as appose to Fashion or Architecture which are openly celebrated. I thought this view from within the Design Factory building was a perfect fit for this analogy. My post on the talk has proved quote popular so if you’ve not read it yet… The People vs. Graphic Design
45 – I popped back to Clerkenwell Design Week with the girls from work and found this display by Anglepoise. A collaboration with Eley Kishimoto, the idea of using wallpaper to portray the light beam is simple but clever.
46 – Lucy & I headed to Costa Del Print Club for the opening of the Donk show. Art, beer and summer evening vibes – a perfect Thursday evening.
47 – Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a bank holiday – that feeling when you leave work on Friday evening, the sky is blue, the sun is shining and it’s a 3 day weekend! Also #nofilter – I don’t know if you guys are getting bored of all of these blue sky photos? ha
48 – After seeing a post about it on twitter, I signed myself up for an Iphonography tour of East London by Foto-Ruta. I’m always looking to improve my photography and I love exploring London so the tour sounded like the perfect way to spend my afternoon. I met new people, learnt about composition, looking at things in a different way and about VSCO which I have had for ages but not yet used. Until now. I totally get the focus and exposure thing now and enjoyed discovering new things along Regents Canal.
49 – I noticed this window the other day and loved the simplicity. A good bit of curtain twitching – we’re all guilty of it!
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