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Cadburys Cream Egg Pop up shop London 2016

What a fab way to advertise a pop up shop.

The Cadbury Cream Egg pop up cafe is in Covent Garden


To see a video review of the cafe from the Telegraph click here

When – Friday 22nd January – Friday 6th March 2016
*Friday – Sundays only*
Fridays – 5pm-9pm
Sat & Sun – 2pm-6pm

Where – 26 Greek Street, Soho, W1D 5DE

To get info about more London pop Ups click here

Street art Westbourne Grove 

This is a great example of how to beautify blank spaces on buildings to help attract people. Our high streets need more of this kind of thing. 


Hand painted shop signage

This photo was sent to me by a very good friend who saw this butchers shop in Shrewsbury and loved the tag line hand painted onto the front of the building.

I love it to and just wish more stores would use the architecture of their buildings in a similar way instead of covering them with ugly plastic signs or banners.

Bring back the old crafts is what i say.





Love love love this company


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Visit their amazing store at

Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe

194 Kensington Park Road, London, W11 2ES

Visit their fabulous website


Shutter Art Brixton London

Wandering around Brixton London the other night it was great to see independent stores thinking about how they can improve the look of the high st. Lots of stores there has decorated their shutters turning them into works of art and helping to make the street look interesting and not like a ghetto. I hope more stores do this and turn our streets into living art galleries.


Smirnoff Plasters Sao Paulo With Graffiti That Is Only Visible At Night – PSFK

Smirnoff Plasters Sao Paulo With Graffiti That Is Only Visible At Night – PSFK.

Independent and proud of it

Love what this independent wine store has done on the side of its building.

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The Cool Hunter – Mike Hewson – Public Installation – New Zealand


The Cool Hunter – Mike Hewson – Public Installation – New Zealand.

Fence Art – Shorditch Overground Station

Ending up at Shorditch overground station on Sunday after an afternoon adventure in and around Hoxton, we noticed the beginnings of an interesting exterior art instillation on the fences outside the station. People have been leaving padlocks attached to the fence, some with messages, some with drawings on them and some just left as they are. Also parts of the fence have been woven with wool into hearts.
I love that this type of art is organic and will take on a life of its own, and can’t wait to pop back to see it growing.
Is this happening anywhere else?







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