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Hot Chip

Went to see Hot Chip at the Brixton Academy on Friday night! Great gig, they sound even more vibrant playing live. Lots of dancing, balloons and lasers as you can see from the photo.

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An artist called Max Tundra supported the band and he was absolutely mental. He fused electro with drum ‘n bass with kids instruments. I will try and have a look for his myspace page to link it up.

Work

One of my work colleagues just walked into my office and said, “I don’t suppose you’ve seen a sticker with my password on it…” I keep on typing and without lifting my eyes respond “The new guys took your screen, it had a post it note on it, but your password is arsehole” He sighs, stops rummaging round the shelves and says seriously “ah right. Was it arsehole or arseholes?” I look at him, “just one hole”. He smiles, thanks me and walk off…

It’s great to work somewhere where this type of conversation is normal.

House of cards

Radiohead’s latest video is stunning – the first of its kind to use no camera or lighting, just scanners and lasers. Watch the video first and then making-of. Digital entertainment at its best.

A quick update

Since leaving Mook I’ve been at Saint, rkcr y&r‘s lovely digital agency based in Camden.

Been working on some great accounts such as Lloyds and the COI Knife Crime. As soon as the work starts going live I’ll post them here.

Oh and I’ll be moving home soon… fingers crossed!

Everyone is an artist

Nowadays, it feels like everyone has to have a say…

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Feed your obsession

An integrated campaign I worked on for Foot Locker and Nike to promote the launch of an exclusive range of trainers. The campaign was coined Feed your obsession, inspired by the young avid trainer consumers, hungry for the latest trends . Here are some photos of the in-store stuff we created.

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Conquer every corner

I produced  a campaign for Foot Locker and Puma a while back to promote the launch of new Puma trainers inspired by Ducati bikes. A friend of mine bumped into a poster in Vienna – it looks quite coo!