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Current must see exhibitions

No matter if you live in London, currently study here or are just here for vacation -we believe it is always lovely to enrich yourself with some great exhibition. Have a look at our selection of current exhibitions and feel […]

Camden Arts Centre – 3 Exhibitions Starting 22 JULY – Mathilde Rosier, Katie Cuddon & David Askevold.

David Askevold: The Disorientation Scientist 22 July – 25 September Ten States in the West (detail), 1978 ___________________________________ Mathilde Rosier: Necklace of Fake Teeth 22 July – 25 September Le Bonheur dans le Crime, 2008 ___________________________________ Katie Cuddon: Spanish Lobe […]

Meltdown Chairs

Tom Price’s chairs involve a ‘heating and pressing’ method onto various materials/objects from clothes, rope and plumbing tubes.  Have a browse on his website for more of these quirky chairs, as well as other obscure sculptural objects he’s created. www.tom-price.com […]

Transit Chairs & BroadWay Armchair

This are just two (small) examples of Boris Bally vast creations. This guy recycles street signs, found materials and even weapon parts into useful objects (as well as installations and experiments) by human hand! Listing them would be silly, when […]

Bookshops

Waterstones This place is great for any kind of book you’re looking for; some Waterstones around London have a coffee shop within it, so a nice place to sit and read amongst other book lovers! www.waterstones.com _____________________________ Borders Just like […]

Stationery & Computing Shops

WHSmith www.whsmith.co.uk _________________________ Rymans www.ryman.co.uk _________________________ Muji www.muji.co.uk _________________________ Paperchase www.paperchase.co.uk _________________________ Maplin www.maplin.co.uk _________________________ Apple Store www.apple.com/uk/retail _________________________ Currys www.currys.co.uk _________________________ PC World www.pcworld.co.uk