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Dining by colour: a unique tasting menu in London

Every so often you hear about something so quirky that you can’t help but immediately book a ticket. One of these was the Colour Pallet dinner run by the clever kids at the Art of Dining. My imagination was running wild, each of the courses was going to be themed around a colour…but what exactly […]

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Motivation Monday
Things to do in London

Motivation Monday – the courage and colour edition (London Color Run 2013)

I have never been a runner. I don’t just mean that I have never done a marathon, I mean that I don’t think I have ever run for any distance longer than the next bus stop. Actually running anywhere always just seemed inefficient, isn’t that was public transport is for?  But when I saw that […]

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Things to do in London

COLOR RUN 2013

Ever since I saw a friend doing the Color Run in the States I have been desperate to run one myself. I am not a runner and I have never taken part in an organised run (I even managed to get out of the cross country at school!), but something about having colour thrown at […]

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Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday – the interior design edition

Every time I want to escape I think of Paris. Every time I think of Paris, I think of the Canal Apartment. This apartment is the exact space that I would like to create for myself. It is light, subtly colourful and is as far away from minimalist as you can get. One day, when […]

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Street art and galleries in London
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Stephen Fry Delights more than just english

Listening to Stephen Fry talk about the language of colour really set off some bells in my head – could the same reasoning be used when considering art? The colour story goes like this, how we perceive colour can depend on the language we describe it with. An example used by Fry was the colour […]

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