Leake Street Tunnels And The Resurgence of Urban Art

The Leake Street Tunnel, an underpass just around the corner from Waterloo station is a truly unique place in London to visit. With a tremendous amount of street art scattered about the city, Leake Street is different. Down here it’s not street art: its urban art. What is Urban Art? It is somewhat difficult to […]

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Making Sense of Emotions at London Design Biennale

London Design Biennale is a vibrant, ambitious and innovative exhibition by over 40 different countries, regions and territories. At Somerset House with the theme of Emotional States linking all these different pieces together. Each has its perspective on emotion with a large smattering of bright and vivid colours. Here are a few of my favourite […]

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Triple Review: Instagram Tour of London

Claire by a Beautiful and Bright sign

I came across Triple.Co while browsing the internet on a typical morning commute. They offer many local run tours in numerous cities across Europe. They appealed to me as I love anything where locals can teach me about my city and being a guide may be something I consider in the future. It’s sometimes hard […]

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Abandoned Monochrome in Dungeness

Dungeness is located on the south coast of England, about 30 mins from Folkestone. I have heard that it is a bit of a haven for photographers, with its slightly dystopian feel. A nuclear power station overshadows derelict fisherman huts and boats on the biggest shingle beach in Europe. The hamlet is home to mainly […]

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