No income tax, no VAT
No money back, no guarantee
Black or white, rich or broke
We’ll cut prices at a stroke!!
No income tax, no VAT
I am so lucky to come from such a beautiful place, while on a break in North Devon I went to the coast A LOT. Cold but beautiful every time.
Northam Burrows, Hartland Quay, Clovelly and Westwood Ho!
More of my Shire adventures here.
Last night I was lucky enough to go to Wembley Arena to watch Russell Brand’s one-off epic comedy and music gig ‘Give It Up - Comic Relief’, featuring the likes of Noel Gallagher, Eddie Izzard, Kasabian, Jessie J, Noel Fielding, Rizzle Kicks, Emeli Sande, Simon Amstell and loads more.
Blumming good night!!
(some of these shots I have nicked from other Instagramers, I hope they don’t mind)
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than looking at bones and medical students notes about dissection. ’Doctors, Dissection and Resurrection Men’ is the fantastic exhibition currently at the Museum of London.
In 2006 archaeologists dug up a burial ground at the Royal London Hospital. The site gave an amazing look into the 19th Century dissection and trade of bodies. To gain more surgical training doctors would pay people for bodies - leading to a ‘traffic in human flesh’, grave sites being dug up and an increase in murders in the city.
Gangs would kill people then drag them all over town offering them up to doctors. Some doctors even entered into ‘agreements’ with these men, referred to as ‘Resurrection Men’.
The exhibit also talks about common surgical techniques used back then. No antibiotics! No anaesthetics! Ouch!
Took mother Bean to The British Museum this weekend - I can’t get enough of this place with all its (stolen?!) artefacts from all over the world.
I just love London sometimes. Seeing the thousands of paper lanterns over China Town from the Chinese New year was a real treat!
Xin Nian Kuai Le, 新年快乐
Fantastic and fascinating talk tonight (21.02.13) at Glug London - Shoreditch Town Hall. Great to hear how all these talented creative agencies came together to create the amazing Web Lab at the Science Museum.
Hats off to Google Creative Labs, B-reel, Tellart, Universal Design Studio, MAP, Bibliothèque.
After visiting the Science Museum’s Zombielab I now know how to; debate for zombie rights, act like a zombie and escape a zombie. Always useful skills to have!
A quick Sunday visit to the V&A