Sunday, 27 October 2013

TO DO (OR NOT TO DO) LIST






Image via The Typographic Circle.

The Typographic Circle presents: The Work of Dave in the Age of Digital Revolution. David Pearson studied at Central St Martins in London (1999–2002) before taking a job at Penguin Books as text designer and later, cover designer. He played a key role in the recent re-emergence of Penguin Books through projects such as the multi-million selling Great Ideas series, Penguin by Design and the Popular Classics series. You can book tickets for this Typographic Circle event here.


Image via The Book Club FB event.

Welcome to the funhouse! Play the fearsome twists on traditional fairground games, or get involved by putting on your own circus performance. Watch your self-perception twist in the Hall of Mirrors, or feel the fear of knowing somewhere behind you a clown giggles his way along through the horrible maze of The Book Club. To see the Facebook event, click here, to buy Tickets here.


Piccadilly Circus. Photo Fran Healy.

We are regulars now of this lovely salons at the Westminster Arts Reference LIbrary and we can fully recommend them. SALON No 10: A NIGHT IN OLD LONDON travels back to the city of a century ago for a very special evening. With extraordinary unseen images and in conversation, story and song will be the Gentle Author of Spitalfields Life, London ballad singer Henrietta Keeper and pianist and boxer David Power. More info here.

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