Following in the successful footsteps of the motor industry, Je m’ Appelle Nikki a lingerie store based in The Amsterdam, has decided to launch their own version of the car scrappage scheme. The Bra scrappage scheme encourages customers to bring in their thread bare faded bra’s and get €7.50 off a new one. Genius here.
Archive for October, 2009
I had the privilege of meeting these guys last week. And what a talented bunch they are. Designing t-shirts, skateboards, clothing labels, ad’s, album launches, tv ad’s, shoes, packaging. Wow. They have offices in all the creative hubs around the world London, New York and Portsmouth!. Nice people I hope to work with in the future. Check out their stuff here.
LP Cover Lover is a fantastic website that has collated all the weird and wonderful album covers that have ever graced the decks. No end of amusement here.
In The Japan they love to play a prank and make a fool of themselves on national television. But re-enacting a hostage situation with deaths and a gun being held to your head, could be considered to be taking it a bit too far. Jeremy Beadle will be turning in his grave (god rest in soul.)
A nice visual idea from director Keith Schofield for the new Lenny Kravitz single. If you haven’t seen it yet check it out here.
Seamus Ryan is a photographer with a studio in Columbia Road, London. For those who don’t know, every sunday Columbia Road hosts a fantastic flower market, where you can buy all manner of plants and foliage at rock bottom prices. The result is mass of people from all walks of life and fragrant flowery scents from all around the world.
Not to miss out on this hive of activity every Sunday Seamus throws open the doors of his studio and invites the flower mad public to pose for a portrait. . This Sunday as a part of his Sunday shoots series he will be taking pics of the public with there eyes shut in aid of RNIB. Fab.