It is hot. So, so hot. My hair is brown. My beard is huge. My back is stiff, although maybe getting better (must remember to stop talking about the back). In fact, its got to be better by the end of August - for thats when we do our next scheme - LVK EXCITING! STUDIOGRABDOWN is planning new things, and we've got a website relaunch on the horizon. Time to share the last few days, before EVERYTHING GOES MENTAL. Can I just say, the one thing I'm most excited about for these Olympics is that GIANT BELL forged on our doorstep in Whitechapel - its going to be insane - and I can only encourage everyone to take part in Martin Creed's All The Bells Work No. 1197  in which at 08:12am this Friday, the whole country rings in the Olympics for three minutes straight - doorbells, church bells, bike bells, firebells, alarm clocks - every type of bell - AMAZING. http://www.allthebells.com/

Once again, I'll let the pictures do the talking, and because I'm so damned lazy, I can't be bothered to sort them into any order, so you'll just have to look at them in this HAPHAZARD way.

Losely Fields School in Godalming fill a disused window space on Godalming High Street with painted umbrellas:
A new project? SGD!
 Salon Paradiso Tease?
 Olympic Flame fever comes to Godalming as the Torch is ran down the High Street - several shop windows were devoted to this occasion, including this great tissue paper ensemble in the florists next to Waitrose:
 Karl Lagergeld launches in store concession:
 Massaman Curry by Carmen Ho:
 Olympic Flame cakes in Granny's Pantry window, Godalming High Street:
 The seriously impressive John Lewis Olympic facade:
 Karl Windows:
 More umbrellas:
 An Olympic Ring display courtesy of Godalming High Street's Westwood Rocks:
 More Flame Cakes:
 Team GingerBread
 The Pepperpot:
 Leaving do's:
 The sun is shining:
 More, more, more:

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