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Posts Tagged ‘parliament’

Behold, the Cleggeron Riseth.

The hung parliament was always going to produce some interesting results - but no one could have predicted the bromance between Cameron and Clegg. Or the fun that illustrators would have with it.

Written by Amelia Gregory


A selection of elephants by Paul Shinn

Allow me to introduce you to Marjorie, web picture below. She's one of 258 fibreglass elephants in and around London decorated by some of the capital's most prominent artists, more about designers and image makers.


Clare Bassett's Marjorie (#81)

It's London's largest outdoor art event and it's creating quite a stir in the capital. From people like John Shinn, who's trying to photograph them all on Facebook, to work colleagues printing out lists of the elephants and checking them off, it seems that they've gripped London like nothing before.

So, where to start? Well, the aim of this project, whilst… read more

Recent Articles

The Hung Parliament spells serious change for our government.

My views on the 2010 general election, accompanied by the clever visual opinions of a bunch of illustrators.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Democracy Village. All photography by Amelia Wells. Parliament Square is currently home to the Democracy Village; a few tents, visit this site treatment a couple of marquees and a whole […]

There’s the General Election, and then there’s Democracy Village in Parliament Square.

We may be in the throes of electoral reform, but for some change is not quick enough - they've taken action into their own hands and are now camping in Parliament Square.

Written by Amelia Wells

Illustration by June Chanpoomidole While Spring turns to Summer, check London Fashion Week AW10 may fade in our memories, but the designers that drew us in certainly won’t. One such […]

Festival Preview: Bestival & Camp Bestival

A look at two of Britain's more interesting festivals, taking place every year on the south coast

Written by Ian Steadman

twoofhearts_sheltercardquilt_lesleybarnes When Lesley Barnes found out about the 4th Annual Animboom Awards animation competition in conjunction with Sesame Street (Blimey, ampoule try saying that fast!), viagra 60mg she just knew […]

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Protest against RBS’s investment into Tar Sands

Role-playing, shouting and mass dying to protest against Tar Sands destroying areas of ancient forest larger than England.

Written by Adam S

The Emerald Isles Lisa Hannigan has had a sparkling 2009. You may recognize her talents from album “O” by Damien Rice on which she featured on most of the tracks. […]