16.10.13

IF WHEN WHY WHAT - HOW MUCH HAVE YOU GOT?

Faithful Reader! The impending night shifts devoted to Christmas windows are about to start; the biggest, most ambitious and testing set of installations we've ever attempted. 
CHRISTMAS IS COMING.

Before all that, I still need to catch up on lots of the things I've seen lately, so sit back and enjoy the ride. I'll keep words to a minimum, so enjoy the pictures for what they are:

Gareth Pugh installation at Selfridges:
Shaking the disease - the mistiest view from the Tate Modern members lounge:
Checking out SLASHSTROKES exploration of negative space, collage and appropriation at their Space Warp takeover for London Design Week down in Kensington:
The old Selfridges Hotel sign - gone:
Toadstool takeover in Surrey, during what I reckon to be the official last day of Summer:
I was even able to have a cigaretto on the ground in the field.
Checking out my mother's fabulous attire pre Daddy Long Legs onslaught:
Did I mention that STUDIOGRABDOWN is planning an exhibition? #COMINGSOON
Dalston:
Mill Co.
BROKEN OVENS (HOB COOKED FOOD ONLY)
Dead bird, unlikely location:
London before Istanbul:
This photo of the Twin and I, taken when we were about 4 years old at Acorns Nursery. I vividly remember Miriam refusing to have her photo taken, and then for the woman putting this giant ribbon in her hair. We look so unimpressed its unreal.
SOPHIE T:
Summer is Over:
Mr Benjamine of Marks with his Orangina and moustache:
Miriam does Tree:
I watched Terror of the Zygons and rediscovered Season 12 Doctor Who:
Blackberry windows launched at work:
Christmas lights were put up on Oxford Street (CHRISTMAS IS COMING ETC.)
We went to Bristol for WERK (#SCHEMETEASE #GLACIERS)
Beard nets and all in one suits have been purchased for this install. #DETAIL #INTRICATE #NOCONTAMINATION
#COLLABORATION
Poppy's film card is almost complete #BELIEVEINFILM 
Watney Road Market:
Clare gets completely swamped by Wool:
Nars windows go in:
And a Wool Week window too:
Finally, the weekend happened:
END.

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