Thursday, 26 November 2009
Tuesday, 24 November 2009
Monday, 16 November 2009
Do you remember when giving soaps as a present was a white musk taboo. A sign of 'our friendship has come to this'?! Well, it's because I know you so well that you might be receiving Aesop's cedarwood and rose otto hand wash for Hanukkah/ Christmas. Lush.
Aesop have a A- Z London guide on their site.
(a reminder via )
Friday, 13 November 2009
Thursday, 12 November 2009
David Rickard's installation, Test Flights at The Economist Plaza.
Architect/ artist Rickard contributed to last year's London Festival of Architecture with his exhausting project, Exhaust. He found himself exhaling into silver foil balloons via a respiratory mask for 24 hours (yes, hours) to bring to our attention the need for clean, fresh air within buildings and the environment as a whole. The balloons were exhibited up and down the Goethe-Institut's spiral stairwell.
My review on the Londonist
(Test Flights, The Economist Plaza, 25 St James's Street from 27 November 2009— 12 March 2010)
I've been away in the Atlas Mountains. Moroccan mint tea and hiking up great heights. I thought hiking was just another term for a long walk. Underestimated the great heights. In the midst of the sifting and sieving through emails, I stumbled upon a marker pen spectacle