Posts Tagged ‘Art & Entertainment’

Brighton Beach Outdoor Art

When I was in Brighton, I couldn’t help but notice some very loud buildings and other outdoor art. Take a look…

James Brown
A building-size tribute to James Brown

graffiti art
Close-up of some more graffiti-style art

graffiti art
Different styles coming together on different parts of a building

graffiti art
Graffiti on a wall: Who needs actions when you got paint. Are those CCTV cameras stenciled on the right?

Take a look at the rest of my Brighton photos on Flickr.

The Londonist Eye, Social Media Mafia and Your Weekly Reading

Londonist EyeWell, it’s been a busy week to say the least. I started an internship at Hachette Filipacci, wrote a new Entrepreneur.com article (you’ll see it soon) and still managed to write Londonist posts four out of five days.

I also managed to make it to the Museum of London for a pub quiz last night with the Londonist crew. I was pretty useless at answering questions since they were all about London (I think I knew 2), but I did excel in the arts and crafts bonus round, helping create an interactive, turning version of the London Eye, which we’d like to fondly call the Londonist Eye, out of paper straws and pipe cleaners. (In the photo, it’s nearly finished). Lindsey wrote a good post about it this morning, which really describes the evening well.

Today I went to Social Media Cafe at the Coach and Horses to catch up with my Friday morning friends, and went to lunch with the much more daunting sounding Social Media Mafia, which is actually a lovely group of people. We had curry on Brick Lane — my first time there — which ended up being a long and leisurely lunchtime feast. I’m still recovering.

The weekly reading list:

Free Shipping If You Spend More Than $15 on ImageKind

framedtwoinconf.jpgIf you’ve been thinking about buying some of my artwork from ImageKind, do it now to get free shipping! ImageKind is offering a promotion between now and March 25 where you can get free shipping within the U.S. on orders more than $15 by entering the promo code SPRING2008.

You can check out my work here.