on one of our many trips to see clients we came across public pie. this netherland-based brand is basically a pie making stall that tours around with their lush homemade pies. we love their name and identity.
Thursday, 29 July 2010
glorious!! Has launched a new range of skinny soups and pasta sauces. the soups include asian tomato, rice and ginger and sunny thai chicken as well as goan spiced tomato and lentil. the sauces have great names like big easy creamy chilli sauce and new york alfredo sauce. each pot contains only 160 calories. a survey commissioned by glorious showed that the number of people eating soup as a meal has grown by nearly 5% since 2006, with fresh soup sales growing 16% in the last three years.
the university of the arts london have interviewed the illustrator raymond briggs about his life at art school (wimbledon college of art) and his advice as an illustrator. the 4 minute interview is both charming and informative.
Wednesday, 28 July 2010
a new arrival in the studio has been causing a few cackles. i lick my cheese is a collection of notes by oonagh O’hagan that housemates/flatmates leave for one another with a little commentary/explanation on each one. Some are outrageous and other unfortunately too common. Enjoy these snippets.
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
danish–born but new york based, kjaer weis, is a very contemporary health and beauty brand. While using organic ingredients they maintain a luxury appeal employing lacquered grain-textured boxes to house their metal compacts.
the norwegian dance duo royksopp are soon to release a new album shortly after their its predecessor earlier this year. while you wait have a listen to the free song every month.
similarly tricky is previewing a track from his new trip-hop album. murder weapon is available online at the link below.
Monday, 26 July 2010
fashion designer diane von furstenberg has re-designed a series of rooms, junior suites and the third floor piano suite at the london hotel claridges with colourful results.
‘claridges is my favourite hotel in the world’
‘as an ardent traveller herself she has approached the project from the guest's perspective first and as a designer second, with an instinctive understanding of what will satisfy not only men and women but also their families.’