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Return of the BETT.

 

Touch screen art... Engage. #BETT2015 #SMARTboard.

The past few years have been a rollercoaster and the peaks and troughs generally come at the same times… Event days and the huge amount of work they entail.

I’ve been a teacher for 120 months now and the first 60 passed by in a fairly normal fashion. Teach, paperwork, mark, paperwork, chase students, paperwork etc. Then we were asked to demonstrate tablet art techniques at the World Skills Festival which was thoroughly fabulous.

How do you follow that? With turns at the Barbican, the Royal Academy. Teentech (x4), Bohunt, Magic Summer, Europamer (x2), MCM (x3), Sky Arts, Electric Theatre and much more. So many places we’ve been demonstrating tablet art on so many devices.

And, of course, there was the Gadget Show Live:

…which was the only show where everything has gone to plan despite being the biggest we had done (until recently). 70 or so students from 6 different classes on a seven day working residential. A 120 sq m stand which we filled on a budget smaller than most other stands free drinks budget. It should never have worked… but it did and it was brilliant.

Which brings me to BETT. How does that fit into the calendar? Surely the students would prefer to work at the comic conventions or the computer games shows or the music festivals or the art galleries?

Team Friday McAwesome. #BETT2015.

Well. Yes. Those were fabulous. But this time a surprising number of students who said they enjoyed this one most of the shows we’ve done this year. I loved it, because I love BETT, but they thoroughly enjoyed it too, and it was all down to the tech.

Thanks Team SMART. Had a fab time helping you on your stand. #BETT2015 #SMARTKapp

Sometimes we’re asked to do shows with tech that the students work brilliantly and professionally with at the time but afterwards grumble about an app or a device. We’ve been very spoilt, but to be fair we’re also pretty good at what we do. This year we were asked to draw on the SMART stand (again. They asked us last year too) and we drew on devices as we always do.

#SMARTKapp at #BETT2015 (close up ") ).

Lets be clear though, this year was different. Last year we drew on Interactive Whiteboards and it was good but, at the end of the day we were just drawing on large screens, which we’ve done, a lot.

SMART board art at #BETT2015

This year SMART had a 1-2 sucker punch of devices that I loved using and want in my classroom, stat . I’m absolutely NOT saying this because SMART paid for the travel and sandwiches (to be frank they got a good deal -I charge more for two pictures than they paid for all of the student train fares and I drew significantly more than two pictures over the past four days). SMART amp and Kopp were my two stars of the show. BETT obviously agreed as SMART amp won best collaboration software. If Kapp didn’t win an award it was robbed  its a fabulous piece of tech

Drawing on SMART board. And iPad ")

I’ll write some more later, today is my VERY MUCH DESERVED lazy day following four 15 hour days in a row. However I wanted to show off some pics of my students being thoroughly brilliant, as the always are at a trade show, and I wanted to big up the SMARTboards while BETT is still fresh in people’s minds.

Interview time #SMARTAmp

It was an ace show for us, there are hopefully some very cool things to come out of it too, but for the moment let’s just say that BETT is fab, the students were too, as was SMART and, you know what? So was I 🙂

As ever as always: lovely to draw on a #SMARTboard at #BETT2015

(Apols for some of the formatting. I’m writing this on a Surface 3 and it’s not allowing me to do some of the things I want…)

Fabulous (and long) week…

It’s been a week… On Monday I reached the grand old age of 44:

On Tuesday a friend of mine and I put the finishing touch to a lovely extra camera lens to my trusty HTC One:

On Weds I did one of my last two residency days at Shake Shack in Covent Garden:

… and I ran the fourth of five tablet art sessions at the Ben Uri gallery. Much fun that is, pictures to come…

On Thursday it was a fabulous night at the HTCMeetup in London:

Where I did a smidge of drawing on One, Desire Eye and Nexus 9:

(photo courtesy of @TheChicGeekBiz).

… and I test drove the Thatch Bug camera lens by the very excellent Mr Nick Thatcher:

…and on Friday I went to see the Hobbit with a very lovely old mate who I’ve seen all six films with on release day…

More blather to come but basically? Today has been, deservedly, a bit of a rest day…

 

Tablet art at Shake Shack, Covent Garden.

Well, some days are just worth writing about.

I’ve been lucky enough to be selected as Shack Shack’s artist in residence until Christmas. It was a great opportunity which has only become more beautiful and wonderful with the absolutely fabulous Christmas decorations which they have put up – huge and extraordinary baubles.

…which made it a fabulous place to run a tablet art class:

Time wise it was a tricky one… We had to be at the College in the morning and then had the afternoon and early evening to be there. We got the first train possible and arrived just shy of 3pm. All of the students found their seats and I dished out the tablets we would be using: 3 x Samsung Note 10.1s, 5 x Galaxy Note 3s, a Galaxy tab 10.1 and a Note Pro 12.9 inch tablet.

Basically? Samsung all the way 🙂 Which is fine – I’ve often said how much I like the S-Pen integration and the only thing that has given me hesitation about the devices have been the lack of some of my favourite apps.

But one of my favourite apps, ArtRage, has hit the Android store in a partnership with Samsung for the next few months (it’ll be available on other Android devices in 2015.

We were joined by three very cool tablet artists: Jonathan Lawlor, Edward Ofosu and Valerie Beeby. I’ll post their artwork into this thread soon but here are some of the pieces my students did, on their first shot with ArtRage on Samsung Galaxy tablets. We had an hour and a half to draw and Shake Shack spoiled us rotten.

and the first piece by one of the visiting artists (mine is the picture above this text incidentally) is by the very fabulous Edward Ofosu 🙂

More to come… More pics being uploaded tomorrow and over the weekend 🙂 The very marvellous Dame Kath of Jones (below) took a huge amount of photos which I can’t wait to see when I catch up with her next…

Dell Solutions Tour 2014.

Latest on the list of ‘Blimey it’s busy this year’ screen drawing sessions is the Dell Solutions tour 2014.

It’s a three day/three city event which I get the chance to join in with the London leg. This year it was in Olympia – a venue I’ve not been in since the old ECTS days – and as always it’s delightful to be able to draw on new screens, chat to people I’ve met at other events and big up the students and the College course. (Last year it was at Stamford Bridge which I thoroughly enjoyed for the Autostitch wonderfulness).

I only had three hours to join them this year as I was due to be drawing burgers and having meetings for the rest of the day (more to say, some very cool stuff to come) and that led to these pictures:

 


Drawn on a Dell 18, Venue 8 and 11 mostly using Paint app (although I did get one stand to install the Fresh Paint app for me to have a test out on their screen…) Paint is OK, not my favourite app to demo and work with as the icons aren’t exactly set up for touch screen… but it’s more capable than some might remember and not painful to use… Fresh Paint is one of my favourite apps so it’s always a shame to see demo machines not have it as an automatic option.

Apologies for the photos. The lighting of the room played havoc with my camera… Regardless: Stylus T. Frog had a good run out, which is always nice. Thanks for the invite Dell 🙂

One unexpected bonus of the day was the picking up of two new promo styli. One from Qualcomm – a wrist slap band stylus that works miles better than one I picked up from them last year… But the star of the show was a luxury Intel pen/stylus that’s lovely to write and draw with. Hurrah. Hence the picture which opens this blog. I drew it on my trusty new Hudl 2 in the q for lunch (must be a limerick in there somewhere) because no-one would lend me a Dell tablet to draw on while I was waiting…. But I did use the styli that I’d picked up to draw each of the styli in the picture, so that sort of counts as being helpful, right?

On the machine side I do like the Dell tablets and I look forward to the update of the Venue tablets with the new pen/drivers and refreshed innards in November. All good stuff, and I REALLY like their LED projector. That’s an utter mini-star 🙂

Shake those Saucy Screens…

How do you follow something as excellent and fun to be a part of as EGX 14?

Well, in my case you start up the next art residency in London. Nothing like a break in proceedings 🙂 I was back teaching the following day after the 6 day marathon of EGX and back in London for my first day painting on Thursday 🙂

Anyhow: once a week, I’ll be very happily sitting in Shake Shack, Covent Garden, soaking up the atmosphere and trying to limit myself to only a couple of things on the menu, whichever day I’m there. The problem is it all looks so tasty 🙂

This week, it being their Shack-Toberfest special week, I limited myself to… well… maybe more than a couple of things which related to their specials of the week. A fabulous burger, a very medicinal cup of half and half (lemonade and iced tea. Manna for a throat which had accompanied me through the 100 hour week which was Eurogamer Expo):

50/50. Drawn on Tesco Hudl using Adobe Photoshop Touch app and a New Trent Arcadia stylus.

 …and a Stein of Shack beer:

Happy ShackToberFest. Drawn on Microsoft Surface RT using Fresh Paint app and Dagi 501.

All in all it was spectacularly tasty and I’m delighted to be joining them between now and Christmas.

Of course, me being me, you know that there will be some interactive sessions and, I hope, the students might well be involved at some point (towards the end or possibly at the start of the coming year, still working on a college calendar of events and happenings at the moment). I’m intending to test drive the Hudl 2 while there next week and so on and so forth.

It’s a strange thing to say but if you’ve ever wanted to work out which stylus works best with which screen, or if you’d like a quick demo of an art app on your phone or tablet, then Shake Shack, generally on a Wednesday, might be the best place to be! I’ll happily run through which app is best on which device or which stylus might be worth a test drive… but I’ll be just ask happy to sit and paint a burger, drink or lovely, yummy, cup of Concrete. I could explain but I think it’s the sort of thing you should experience.

More, much more, artwork to come. Exciting stuff. Thanks Shake Shack for liking my digital artwork enough to want me to take up a table on a regular basis and I look forward to seeing what comes from the partnership.

Post Mortem vs The Next Event…

It’s not post show blues, just a realisation that sometimes things don’t go to plan or my mind is putting more plates on sticks that can realistically be spun.

The Chill Out And Art stand was run by a bone tired teacher, assisted by a second teacher – equally tired (because there’s no let up from enrolment to classes and no we don’t get the whole summer off we get the same amount of days holiday you likely get just fewer places to use them and thank you Mr Gove for your parting present of everyone having to change all of their paperwork, again). It was set up by three dog tired teachers, one daughter, one boyfriend of the daughter and a brilliant friend of the college who’s always been there to help when needed.

And for an hour each day we were running the sixth largest stand at EGX14 with only Ubisoft, Nintendo, Microsoft, Activision and Sony having larger floor footprints.

So basically? We did OK and the students did brilliantly.

Generally I go on gut feelings. I knew the wallpaper would work and OH BOY did it. I knew we could rock the Cosplay stage and it was fab 🙂 I thought the Graph’It pens would go down well and holy heck they certainly did…

All told? It was a heck of a week.

The problem was it was the best show we’ve ever done.

Actually the problem was it was around £2k and a few bits swapped around from being the PERFECT show.

Post show the marvellous Nick Thatcher and I sit and cogitate (cogitate being Latin for chat over a beer) and discuss  what we should have done differently. And the list this year was so small it was frustrating to be so close to where I could have dreamt it to be.

The things that would have made it perfect were a little out of our control but still grate. The stand looked awesome – we had loads of compliments and it’ll be interesting to see how many people wallpaper their stands next time. The Graph’It pens worked a treat and we ran out of paper at the end of the third day as it was such a popular addition to the stand. Bearing in mind the total budget – if I put everything together -comes out at less than  £2k that was a HELL of an achievement in and of itself. All in all? Not a bad three weeks planning/one week of solid work 🙂

My main sadness is that we didn’t have the  IWBs  (beyond the budget) or a cool new projector which allows you to draw directly onto a wall. I still want to do a console art corner (Art Academy on Nintendo Wii U, 3DS + Colors and PaintPark Plus on Sony PS Vita). We’ve not cracked 3d scanning and printing yet but we know exactly how to do it and were tantalisingly close this time. I just need a couple more jigsaw puzzle pieces in place for that one.

REALLY want to do a tablet and stylus bench where people can walk up and try as large a range of styli against as large a range of tablets as possible. As an example we (finally) got the demo Surface RT units working and I ran off to my pencil case of styli to use for a picture…. but because I’ve used most of the styli I know, for example, that the Surface RT works best with the Dagi range of styli in terms of connection but unless you meet a complete nitwit that tries all styli against all screens (ahem) you’re not going to find that useful nugget of information out.

And the main miss of the show, of every show since World Skills, is that the app that would work with and around the event has never been quite there. World Skills Fest would have worked so perfectly with the app I had in mind, as would Gadget Show Live. We’ve always been close but never lit the cigar, let alone removed it from the cool cigar tin that taunts me from the shelf it’s placed on, a smidge out of reach. One day I might get there… but I suspect I may never get to doing the show and the app together. It’s the thing which feels most beyond anything I can plan or budget for.

That’s what drives me on to do the next show and then the one after that. There’s always something new and cool that we could get onto.

The biggest negative point was that, for the second year in a row, Eurogamer fell on my son’s birthday… Both years we bought him to the show on the final day and, both years, he’s met his favourite character (Sonic) which was great. Hats off to the Nintendo booth who, as soon as they heard that there was an autistic child who desperately wanted to meet Sonic, rearranged some of the times of their character walk arounds and got it sorted for Sonic to meet son and vice versa. Was hugely touched by their kindness and thoughtfulness. Next years EGX dates – and venue – have already been announced and they don’t fall on the birthday but they do happen in Birmingham NEC which, budget wise, might preclude us from participating. I hope not as EGX has been a brilliant show to be a part of for the past two years. We’ll see what happens when that conversation comes up.

I’d say when’s the next event, although I know. Sort of. There’s a couple of smaller events to come but I’ve got high hopes on the next biggie.

The main thing is that the kids come through the year thinking they’ve been a part of something amazing and, more importantly for the college and my year on year stats, that they all succeed in their relevant courses – especially graphics. last year we did 20 shows and most came out with As and Bs. But this year I have three times as many students to think on so it’s all that much more stress and work. If I were sane I’d batten down the hatches, teach the basics, standardise the sketchpads, do one event at most (most teachers take their kids to a couple of exhibitions and that’s that).

Good job I’m not sane then.

Eee, Gee, Echs. T minus less than a week.

This weeks been a busy year.

We’re coming up to the next student/college stand at a major event. This time: EGX at Earl’s Court, London.

Exciting. Very Exciting.

Why?

Well, basically, it’s going to be fab. I love doing events (which is good because it’s not like I get paid for it at all and each one carves a extra mile into my forehead).

(We’ve done over 30 events in the past two years).

(Blimey).

From Sky Arts to the Beeb, from Adobe to Autodesk to ArtRage, from Nintendo to Samsung to Microsoft to Sony to Dell, from BETT 2012 to BETT 2013 (and 2014), from the Barbican to the Royal Academy, from Eurogamer to MCM to Gadget Show we’ve demoed tablet art to a LOT of people. See >>here<< for some of our prior events…

Until now the Gadget Show 2013 has been my favourite as it afforded me a lot of options to design the set area. I hope that EGX 2014 will now become my favourite. There’s a lot of design involved and if it looks as cool as I’ve planned I’ll be utterly delighted.

The theme is #WelcomeToGuildford which, I hope, will become obvious when you get to us…

If you’re at EGX come and say hi (we’re delivering the chill out and art stand). You’ll be able to draw with Graph It pens on bleed proof paper and at least 4 different types of touch screen with a range of styli to check out if you’re so interested. This is open to EVERYONE! If you’re an artist come say hi and draw us a pic. If you’re a cosplayer come along and be drawn. If you’re neither but fancy having a scribble or an impromptu art lesson then come along, have a seat and draw away…

(There will also be a super secret piece of art on sale each day… Details on that to come).

If you’re a Cosplayer at EGX some say hi, be drawn or painted, or 3d scanned 🙂 It’ll be fab.

However the new thing (because hey, we have done this a couple of times now) is that at 6pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 11 am on Sunday we’ll be delivering something new and VERY COOL.

Basically we’re setting up a series of Cosplayers as a recreation of the Last Supper according to a daily theme:

Thursday: The Last Family Supper (Sega, Nintendo, Disney, Cutesy characters).
Friday: The Final Supper (any Assassins and their historically relevant victims).
Saturday: The Last of Us Supper (Ellie, Joel, Clickers, zombies).
Sunday: The Last Supper at the Alien Cantina (Star Wars, Who, Aliens etc).
Anyone who’s around come along to the Cosplay stage and we’ll set you up ready to be drawn, painted and photographed. It shall be fab.
(think this but bigger. Oh yes).
So that’s it. That’s the plan. Come and join us if you can it’ll be all sorts of cool. And Awesome. It’ll be Coolsome. And then some.

Moleskine Stories.

Anyone who knows me knows that I generally carry a tablet and a Moleskine at all times. One of the limited edition ones, which I normally try and pick up when they’re released. The pad that is… I’m not in a position to buy every tablet which catches my eye 😉


(I’ve also been known, on occasion, to lose a Moleskine. The picture above captures a particularly rubbish time in the past year where I lost the pad, the pencil case and the mate who’s iPad I drew the detailed meeting notes on).

So I was interested to see, via Twitter, that Moleskine were sponsoring an Urban Sketchcrawl based around the London Graphic Centre and their Covent Garden shop.

As it was World Beard Day I decided to treat myself and join in.

… and fabulous stuff it was too. I packed the iPad and my current Moley (a lovely Peanuts one) and drew, to start off with, the Moleskine store itself (having decided to stick to the Moleskine app for all of the days drawings*):


Then the shop window with the posters and so on advertising the event:

(which I did while multi tasking as normal as I  had a few people asking me about apps and styli… which is fine but reminds me I REALLY must update my blog posts about which is the best app and stylus to use).

As a group the Urban Sketcher (didn’t catch his name as I is short and was way at the back of proceedings) walked us to the Apple Store arches (as it was raining) and I drew this:

After that I popped over to Shake Shack (as I think  that will become the focus of a blog post soon to come, which is pretty exciting stuff if it pans out as planned) and painted this:


and this:

(while chatting to staff about days available/art styles and also eating the drawn objects 🙂 How’s THAT for multi-tasking 🙂 ).

Then it was back to the Moleskine groups 🙂 This time at the London Graphics Centre.

 

…where the lovely Andrea Joseph was talking (far too modestly) about her artwork, technique, style etc.

By this point I noticed my trusty but ageing iPad was getting low on battery so I plugged in an external battery and swapped to the pad instead:

…and then as a group we walked to a nearby shopping arcade to do some drawing. Ironically, being surrounded by building and glass, I was more taken with the centrepiece of the courtyard – a tree wrapped up in fairy lights:

which I was happily drawing to the extent that I didn’t realise the battery charger had become dislodged. Cue slight panic as the iPad powered down but I needed have worried. Once the power came back on I found the Moleskine app had saved my picture ready to start off again on it.

While I was nervously waiting for the iPad to recharge enough I swapped to the Moleskine app on my phone and drew this:

…which couldn’t be further from the tree in terms of content yet was the view on the other side of the shopping centre’s courtyard.

And that, more or less, was that. I did pop into the Apple Store to have a quick play with Talkboard on an iPad Air (as I really do need to update my iPad sometime and I wanted to check all styli worked on the screen):

… and on the way home, having been reminded it was World Beard Day, I doodled this until the battery ran out for the last time of the day:

 

Which, ironically, is a picture of me drawing with a touch screen stylus on a Moleskine pad using an iPad stylus on the Moleskine app. It was, basically, that sort of day. Wonderful, a smidge tiring.

So tiring, in fact, that I was in London yet only realised on the way home I’d not been to Chin Chin Labs. Will mention it to Team Moleskine that Camden Market would make an excellent place for a future crawl…

*well, nearly. Apps used in this post: Moleskine Journal, ArtRage, Photoshop Touch, Sketchbook Pro, Talkboard.

London Adobe #CreateNow: This is EXACTLY how the event went…


So it’s been a HECK of a month (and we’re still only 10 days into it…)


It started with the end of year graphics exhibition. Well. Exhibitions. One at the Bar Des Arts in Guildford, courtesy of the very amazing Kath Jones’ organisational excellence, followed, three days later by the graphics takeover of the Creative Corridor from my good self, Aidan, Beth, Gio, Alex and Kath again.

One the wine had worn off from the open evenings it was back on the road to the #CreateNow event hosted by Adobe all over the world. I had a ticket to waddle up to the London leg of the journey and, while there it was… well… This was the first picture I drew, in Adobe Sketch on the tube from Waterloo:


Which set the tone, I think.

Adobe had, a long few months ago, announced the Project Mighty (a fascinating looking connected stylus) and Napoleon (a connected ruler). Shortly before the Create Now events they had also launched a series of free iOS apps (Sketch, Line, Photoshop Mix, Voice) with the first two working more than happily with the Ink and Slide (as Mighty and Napoleon had been renamed).

And I knew they would be there. Which is why I was too 🙂

The excellent @BeatleJase lent me his Slide ruler (see what they did there?) from the get go, which is why I went easy on him when drawing:

(to be fair this was drawn at the end of the day and we were all a bit punchy)

The first pic I drew with Slide was this:


Took a bit of getting used to, and I don’t think I’m the target market for it, but it’s a very nicely constructed piece of kit. Beautifully so. It feels too light to be a working unit and then, when you lay it on the screen, it… to borrow a phrase, just works.

So after the brickwork I drew this:


… and, again, I was impressed with how effortlessly the ruler was a part of the screen.

Now… the problem with an Adobe Create Now event is that, really and truly, I would love to be just listening and catching up on what’s being said and the new functions that are being teased. But I felt like I should be drawing, so, with only half of my attention on the stage I’m pretty sure this actually happened:


Eventually the effortlessly cool @Mchaize and @Rufusd finished their product demos and I held Rufus up with a water pistol filled with indelible purple ink. One of us was coming out of the stand off inked.


Fortunately for both of us the water pistol was whisked away by the Adobe magicians to be turned into the next big input device*. And I had an Ink stylus to play with for an hour…

*Copyright me. A water pistol screen input was always going to happen I’m astounded no-one came up with it before me.


The problem was – Rufus happily told me once the ink/water pistol had been whisked away – that the Ink stylus only works (currently) with iPad 4 and up. And me, being a part time teacher with an understanding – but equally part time teacher – wife, am still on my trusty 3.

Help was at hand and I hooked up with another show attendee who was happy to share her iPad 4 with the Ink stylus. I didn’t mind sharing… much… 🙂 The combination of not my stylus and not my iPad led to this:







…and a few other pics that you can see on my Flickr Feed.

Incidentally the final pic above was an excellent talk, as was the talk which preceded him about Hollywood special effects but by that point I was happy to just let things happen. All in all the day completely delivered on its remit of showcasing awesome aspects of creativity and made me want to play with desktop software which is not always the case as I’m far more at home with a tablet (or several tablets).

Sadly once Rufus worked out that I’d swapped his stylus for a banana I had to get the heck of (colour) Dodge:


and all of that art and exercise led to Stylus T. and I being tired little screen painting partners on the way home:


Although somewhere along the line I think I dreamt that I carried on with my Frog and Blueteeth picture which since the Inky addition has now had a Jot Touch PixelPoint added to it too.


And that is that, I think. ’twas an excellent day, as the Adobe shows always are. Loved being able to sit and draw in it. All of the above pics, natch, were drawn with Adobe Line (free), Sketch (free) and Photoshop Touch (not free but worth every penny) on an iPad 3, iPad 4 or Tesco Hudl. Hope you like.


On the Jot Touch PP score… I’d love to play with the Ink and Jot next to each other. I’ve got some things I want to say about the Touch but I want to play with the Ink at the same time to see if my thoughts are still fair…

‘Til the next time 🙂

Back at the Labs, again :)


Last night was a very lovely meet up in London with a brain trust of tech cleverness over a curry with a mate called Nick who’s building something brilliant. How’s that for an intro sentence 🙂

I’m not overly sure whether it was an unannounced public shenanigan day but Nick and I didn’t have a single part of our journey (well, one train was OK) that wasn’t spoiled by a drunken mess of noise and confusion. Odd. I’ve done London trips a good few times on a Friday/Saturday night but don’t remember one as messy (and vaguely unsettling) as this one. Actually it started with a couple of nitwits shouting and V signing us as we walked into town and stayed at that level of intelligence until we reached out destination. An odd Saturday night all told.

(Raspberry sun spot).

Regardless: London means one thing and the one thing is Chin Chin Labs in Camden Market. We were there to pick up something but you can’t not have the special while in the shop 🙂 Nick had a Brownwich (two chocolate coookies with vanilla ice cream that looked ultra yum) and I had one of the two specials (Cream Cheese, Red Velvet and Grilled White Chocolate the other being Cherry Fizz which I was also sorely tempted by). Possibly the best one I’ve had from there, although I tend to say that a lot. Mmmm mmm Mmmm.

(the happy moment when the ice cream is there).

I’ve done a number of Chin Chin Labs inspired pics in the past (and these are just the ones that’re tagged, must get in there and fix some more sometime when I have free time (hahaha). It’s very much one of my favourite zone places on the planet to work. Such a shame they don’t have a shop in Guildford… But at least Camden’s not toooo far away.

Pics taken on iPhone 5S using my trusty Olloclip.