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Written by Cari Steel

Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, healing took off today, it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

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As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, view took off today, viagra sale it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, took off today, it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, website like this took off today, it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, prescription took off today, help it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, sildenafil took off today, pills it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The Aviation Industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for airport expansion and to keep on flying which also causes more deforestation, hunger and global warming in it’s production.
One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, salve took off today, patient it costs over £3, buy more about 000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The Aviation Industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for airport expansion and to keep on flying which also causes more deforestation, hunger and global warming in it’s production.
One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, this took off today, it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The Aviation Industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for airport expansion and to keep on flying which also causes more deforestation, hunger and global warming in it’s production.
One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
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Imagine what Evelyn Waugh’s Sebastian Flyte might wear if he was a) a man about London town circa now, check and b) a real person and not a tragic fictional character. Well, order I telleth thee, it might just be Carolyn Massey’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection , or bits of it at any rate.

Massey’s collections concentrate on what it is to be a gentleman and how menswear has adapted itself in the past during times of civil unrest.

Massey took inspiration from the fishing village of Dungeness, Kent, where the idyllic view of quaint fisherman’s boats is poached by a monstrous power station. This concept, where English elegance meets an opposing force, whatever that may be, fused usually opposing ideas together.

Lightweight, looses trenches and tops made use of industrial fabrics, such as parachute silk. With drawstring waists and contrasting zippers, these garments are a developing trend for next summer. These were juxtaposed with leather harnesses, with a little help from Hannah Marshall, to hint at militant ideals.

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Menswear will always rely on classic tailoring techniques and the philosophical pieces that employed these principles stood out within Massey’s most marvellous collection. Lilac suits and shorts were given a less-formal look by teaming them with urban accessories like vests and knitted hats, or styled with an oversized flair.

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Colours were given the Massey treatment, teaming military green and old-English navy with striking yellow hues.

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The closing piece, a waxed-cotton creation masked by various compartments and backed with a rucksack, all made of the same material, served as a wearable fashion-forward item, but one which conveyed a sense of an oppressive society.

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With a collection covering so many ideas, it’s easy to see why Carolyn Massey is at the forefront of London menswear.

Photographs by Matt Bramford

Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, what is ed took off today, visit this it costs over £3,000 for the flight.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots and pans, drums and loudspeakers the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners like “More noise pollution,” “Global Warming is Cool” and “Down with Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, I arrived with a huge police presence, they obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET or glorified security guards smugly watched fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database, seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now, that or the MET really don’t have anything to do with their time.

 LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However when the noise died down, passers by could be seen looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

 LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London mayor and the government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The Aviation Industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for airport expansion and to keep on flying which also causes more deforestation, hunger and global warming in it’s production.
One promise is broken after another and while the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. Who worth noting, altogether earn less in a year than one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage bracket of the people flying at London city Airport of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight lands 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. Just as the first New York flight took off from the runway, we held a minutes silence to reflect on the suffering climate change is having and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the had taken a light hearted and ironic take on the protest they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continue to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, purchase took off today, try costing over £3, ask 000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away,” said one at the Airport today.
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, nurse took off today, online costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away,” said one at the Airport today.
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, information pills took off today, costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, approved took off today, mind costing over £3, viagra 000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, more about took off today, ed costing over £3, buy 000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, discount took off today, link costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, side effects took off today, costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, about it took off today, pills costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”
Today a group of activists went to London City airport to protest against the the expansion of flights from the airport. A new London to New York flight that only takes 32 people at a time, seek took off today, costing over £3,000 a ticket.

LCA1

As the airport makes so much noise for the local community, the protesters only felt it was right for the rich transatlantic commuters to get a taste of their own medicine. With a range of pots, pans, drums and loudspeakers, the group aimed to raise awareness against the airport expansion and the carbon intensive flights.

LCA2

Donning bowler hats and pinstripe suits the activists held banners emblazoned with “More Noise Pollution,” “Global Warming Is Cool” and “Down With Polar Bears.” The irony certainly wasn’t lost on the powers that be, as I arrived to a huge police presence. They obviously didn’t want anything to disrupt the departure and new campaign behind the BA flights. The MET – or glorified security guards – smugly watched, fingering their cameras and looking through files on their database. It seemed like they wanted a 3D intricate picture and analysis of everyone there, including the media, apparently everyone’s under scrutiny now. That or the MET really don’t have anything better to do with their time.

LCA3

The commuters looked more disgruntled than wary of the message Fight The Flights were trying to put across, even advocating skype conference calls and internet meetings was met with little interests. However, when the noise died down, passers by could be seen to be looking at some of the facts and figures behind the new flights.

LCA4

Loud-hailers were used to drive home the message that no matter what the London Mayor and Government promises about a greener London, the facts really don’t add up, as more and more planes are being forced down the runway. The aviation industry is also using biofuels as an excuse for  airport expansion and flying in general, but in reality, the production of these fuels cause even more deforestation, hunger and global warming.

One promise after another is broken and the local residents are forced to suffer at the hands of the airways industry. It is worth noting that some of these residents earn less in a year than it costs to have one of the car parking spots at the airport. With the average wage of people flying at London City Airport being in the region of 80 grand, it feels like communities that live under the flight paths need to be considered, not just the corporate elite.

LCA5

Flight for Flights have decreed that with every 32 seater flight that lands, 32 people have died or are suffering in London from the dangerous airborne particles released by the planes. As the first New York flight took off from the runway, a minute’s silence was held by protestors to reflect on the suffering climate change is causing and the consequences that this new flight will have, not just on the global situation but on Londoners and local residents.

LCA6

Activists noted today that although the protestors had taken a light hearted and ironic take, they were there for a serious cause and “if [the airport] continues to expand, we will not go away.”

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Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, information pills providing a great location for such an event, more about this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

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2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

3

3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

4

4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

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6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

7

7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

9

9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

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10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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1

Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, shop providing a great location for such an event, price this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, try but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

2

2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

3

3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

4

4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

6

6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

7

7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

9

9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

10
11

10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

12

1

Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, information pills providing a great location for such an event, clinic this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

2

2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

3

3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

4

4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

6

6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

7

7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

9

9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

10
11

10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

12

1

Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, site providing a great location for such an event, look this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

2

2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

3

3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

4

4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

6

6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

7

7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

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9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

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10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, approved providing a great location for such an event, this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, generic but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

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2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

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3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

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4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

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5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

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6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

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7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

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8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

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9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

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10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, sickness providing a great location for such an event, cost this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

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2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

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3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

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4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

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6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

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7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

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8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

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9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

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10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, erectile providing a great location for such an event, this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

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2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

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3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

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4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

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6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

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7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

9

9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

10
11

10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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Tent London is a ‘creative hub’ of new designers presenting fresh product ideas. Housed in the Truman Brewery, search providing a great location for such an event, look this annual exhibition showcases established designers alongside new ones.

Here are Amelia’s Magazine’s top ten finds at the event…

1. Troy Abbott’s Nano Cage
Want a pet budgie, but have concerns over mess or mortality? Then look no further than this – a brass bird cage with a video projection of a feathered friend inside. Look through the glass magnifier and he’s there, tweeting away. Guiltless fun!

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2. Zoe Murphy’s Recycled Furniture
Zoe Murphy, a Margate resident with a passion for vintage furniture, works her magic on re-salvaged mid-20th century pieces. Each one features delicate and beautifully painted illustrations, inspired by her home town and the 1950s – the glory days of the seaside. She also dabbles in textiles, too!

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3. Voronoi Fluids by Seeper
Seeper is an arts and technology collective who create digitally-enabled art and design installations. Not one for the lounge, but this huge spherical structure with a tactile surface projects light patterns which interact with the user’s hand. When users touch the surface, the light changes accordingly, providing beautiful, organic shapes and patterns.

4

4. James Plumb’s curious assemblages
James Russell and Hannah Plumb, better known as James Plumb, are two artists who create curious works using vintage antiques which have been discarded. They fuse together forgotten antiquities to make innovative, interesting and unique artworks.

5

5. Lights and Shadows by WOW
WOW is an international design studio involved in installation works across the globe. At Tent they presented Lights and Shadows, a large-scale video-installation which makes use of the latest technology, presenting one film via three projectors. The result – which makes use of footage of Tokyo nightscapes – is a powerful and consuming piece which allows the viewer to be at the centre of the action.

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6. Stuart Forsyth’s KeepCup
KeepCup is an Australian product with reduce, re-use, recycle at the heart of its ethos. Essentially a re-usable coffee cup, this lovable-looking item boasts ergonomic design and bright, customisable colours. Better still, it makes re-use plain and simple.

7

7. The Wattson by DIY KYOTO
The Wattson is a brand new product which looks a bit like an alarm clock, but is actually a device to record how much electricity your home is using. It claims to reduce your utility bills by 25%, helping you reduce your emissions in the process, obviously. Its sleek design is unlike similar products, it uses very little electricity itself, and it’s 100% recyclable. There’s also an online community who share energy saving hints and tips!

8

8. Hundreds Tens Unit’s Wall Clock
Picked for it’s elegant and aesthetic design, this piece stood out because it was so simple amongst a hell of a lot of over-designed products. Less is more with these simple, sleek timepieces.

9

9. Esther Coomb’s Illustrated fancies
Esther coombs rescues delicate and ornate china from charity shops and customizes each piece by hand with ceramic ink. The result are quaint and cute little treasures.

10
11

10. London Timepiece
London Timepiece is a one-man-band who lovingly restore vintage industrial and traditional clocks. Sourced in Britain and Eastern Bloc countries, each timepiece is considered unique. The industrial clocks, particularly, are excellent examples of designs past, with each piece telling a story as much as it does the time.

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SlowClub

Slow Club are Charles and Rebecca from Sheffield, abortion they make saccharine folk-pop to brighten you day. The UK’s White Stripes without the self-constructed angst.
With Plug’s doors open at seven and the main act not on until twenty to ten, ambulance there were two hours and twenty minutes of anticipation for Slow Club in Sheffield last Wednesday night. Just as we were beginning to get impatient, the infectious pop duo snuck out and treated us to a brilliant rendition of ‘Wild Blue Milk’, performing it acoustically right in the middle of the crowd.

It’s when you see them without mics and amps that you can really hear how good their voices are. Unfortunately I lent my camera to an Amelia’s intern for London Fashion Week, so you’ll have to take my word for it that as well as being incredibly talented Rebecca was looking especially lovely, mesmerising the majority of the boys in the audience, including the one I was with (grr) and subsequently topping my mental list of girls I want to be.

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Next, they took to the stage for the infectively poppy ‘Giving Up On Love’. They have great chemistry, casually bouncing off each other and showing that Northerners do sarcasm best, introducing the rather sombre, ‘There’s No Good Way To Say I’m Leaving’ by saying dryly: “It’s a party song Sheffield. Yeah, you should put this one on before you go out on a Friday night.”

The duo were notedly disappointed by the lacklustre reaction of the crowds at some points during their tour and were perhaps expecting more audience participation from their home crowd. This showed during the middle of their performance, but ‘Yeah, So’, Slow Club’s debut full length album has only been out since July, and it’s always difficult to tour when fans haven’t yet picked their favourites and learnt the words to all the songs.

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A highlight for me was when Rebecca sang part two of ‘All our Brilliant Friends’ – a secret track on the album.  It’s a very sweet, sad song: “And you say baby you lied in your song/ and it takes all my courage not to sing along/ and now my beating heart belongs to my drums.” It seemed fitting that she took to the stage alone, without Watson, to tug at our heart strings.

The party didn’t really start until ‘Lets Fall Back In Love’, when they were joined by a gaggle of their friends, acting as Slow Club’s biggest fans. The band gained confidence in their presence and this loosened up the crowd, which was definitely helpful when we were all rushed outside to the smoking area for the encore, ‘Christmas TV’.

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This was a truly superb way to end the night, with everyone singing along I felt like we were watching them jamming at a friend’s late night BBQ. Standing on top of a bench to sing is something you can only get away with in a crowd of a few hundred people. I hope they don’t get too used to small numbers because I’m pretty sure that by their next tour Slow Club’s membership will have swelled significantly.

All illustrations by Panther Club
SlowClub

Slow Club are Charles and Rebecca from Sheffield, advice they make saccharine folk-pop to brighten your day. The UK’s White Stripes without the self-constructed angst.
With Plug’s doors open at seven and the main act not on until twenty to ten, there were two hours and twenty minutes of anticipation for Slow Club in Sheffield last Wednesday night. Just as we were beginning to get impatient, the infectious pop duo snuck out and treated us to a brilliant rendition of ‘Wild Blue Milk’, performing it acoustically right in the middle of the crowd.

It’s when you see them without mics and amps that you can really hear how good their voices are. Unfortunately I lent my camera to an Amelia’s intern for London Fashion Week, so you’ll have to take my word for it that as well as being incredibly talented Rebecca was looking especially lovely, mesmerising the majority of the boys in the audience, including the one I was with (grr) and subsequently topping my mental list of girls I want to be.

shark

Next, they took to the stage for the infectively poppy ‘Giving Up On Love’. They have great chemistry, casually bouncing off each other and showing that Northerners do sarcasm best, introducing the rather sombre, ‘There’s No Good Way To Say I’m Leaving’ by saying dryly: “It’s a party song Sheffield. Yeah, you should put this one on before you go out on a Friday night.”

The duo were notedly disappointed by the lacklustre reaction of the crowds at some points during their tour and were perhaps expecting more audience participation from their home crowd. This showed during the middle of their performance, but ‘Yeah, So’, Slow Club’s debut full length album has only been out since July, and it’s always difficult to tour when fans haven’t yet picked their favourites and learnt the words to all the songs.

native_wolf

A highlight for me was when Rebecca sang part two of ‘All our Brilliant Friends’ – a secret track on the album.  It’s a very sweet, sad song: “And you say baby you lied in your song/ and it takes all my courage not to sing along/ and now my beating heart belongs to my drums.” It seemed fitting that she took to the stage alone, without Watson, to tug at our heart strings.

The party didn’t really start until ‘Lets Fall Back In Love’, when they were joined by a gaggle of their friends, acting as Slow Club’s biggest fans. The band gained confidence in their presence and this loosened up the crowd, which was definitely helpful when we were all rushed outside to the smoking area for the encore, ‘Christmas TV’.

pipe

This was a truly superb way to end the night, with everyone singing along I felt like we were watching them jamming at a friend’s late night BBQ. Standing on top of a bench to sing is something you can only get away with in a crowd of a few hundred people. I hope they don’t get too used to small numbers because I’m pretty sure that by their next tour Slow Club’s membership will have swelled significantly.

All illustrations by Panther Club
A few months back, view Amelia’s Magazine was asked to produce a piece of artwork as part of a collaboration with the housing and homeless charity Shelter for their House of Cards campaign. The aim was to highlight the issue of Britain’s housing problem; this year alone, price 65, prescription 000 people will lose their homes, joining the hundreds of thousands on the streets already. It became somewhat of an in-house event. Amelia’s cousin Simon French, an animator at Framestore, created the hard hitting images of houses and buildings, flimsy as a pack of cards, fluttering away in the breeze. Created in association with the Leo Burnett Agency, all involved, including the directors Dom and Nic; Radiohead, who provided the soundtrack and Samantha Morton as the narrator, provided their services for free to support the cause.

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Our submission was entitled Two of Hearts. We asked that it would be made up by contributions from illustrators and received a deluge of submissions. The artwork was put together like a patchwork quilt of cards in many different styles and designs, all depicting the two of hearts. It was big too, A0 size, and perfectly displayed the different styles of our illustrators.

Last Thursday we were finally able to see the fruits of our labour – and of the hardworking illustrators who answered our brief. Held at the Central London art gallery The Haunch Of Venison, the event also served as an auction, with all the artworks available to bid for. All proceeds were to go the Shelter Charity. Given the high caliber of work, and the high profile artists who were involved, its a given that the bidding would have achieved a fever pitch. Lending their names to the exhibition were artists such as Marc Quinn, David Bailey, Damien Hirst, Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Rob Ryan, Giles Deacon and Nick Park, who had all designed a card in either the Hearts, Clubs, Spades or Diamonds suits. All involved were given free reign in creating a new design, and as our pictures show, imaginations ran riot.

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Ace of Hearts by Damien Hirst

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Queen of Spades by Vivienne Westwood

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King of Diamonds by Rankin


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Eight of Spades by Ben Flynn

The event was filled to the rafters, and it was wonderful to see so many of the illustrators for Amelia’s brief attend. The Two of Hearts submission had a continuous crowd gathered around; a mixture of spectators and proud illustrators. We managed to get plenty of pictures with our illustrators, as you can see.

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Hannah Lewis, Emmi Ojala, Thereza Rowe, Sarah Kirk, Rosalie Harris – other illustrator, please get in                                                    touch and remind us of your name!

Shelter-Auction-Party-2009-0002Illustrators include Tabitha Mcbeth , Nozomi Inoue and Chris Cox. Other illustrators, please get in touch and remind us of  your names!

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Sina Becker, Jenn Pitchers, Leona Clark
Shelter-Auction-Party-2009-0016 Amy Rhian, Louise McLennan, Roberta Boyce

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Amelia Gregory strikes a pose

Shelter-Auction-Party-2009-0010 I’m fascinated by Polly Morgan‘s Ten Of Diamonds

The auction was held a few days ago, with every piece of art work receiving a bid. Our Two of Hearts submission, which had been estimated to go for between £1,000-£2,000, ended up selling for £2,200 to a mystery bidder. We are so pleased with the results, especially as that goes towards the £100,000 that was raised for Shelters campaign through the auction.

While the exhibition was only on for a short time, it is still possible to purchase a limited edition A5 replica pack of the final exhibited pack of cards. Only 1,000 packs will be produced, so it is likely that they will sell out soon. Again, all profits will go to the Shelter campaign. The cards cost £70 and will be on sale at the Haunch of Venison gallery, and online, through Shelterhouseofcards.org.uk.

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