Monthly Archives: May 2011

Between the lines

Despite the Cold War editorial shadow play, much of what Encounter published seems thoughtful, considered and independent, and certainly bears reading today.

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Ruminations

I picked up a carton of the milk chocolate version, looked at the packaging and entered a parallel world of Modern Milk-soaked surrealism.

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LCC — Writing and design

For those of you who were unfortunate enough to endure my talk on writing, design, branding and communication at the London College of Communication; here are those background sources I referred to. And if you weren’t there – some of these might prove interesting anyway. On branding Living identity by Moving Brands Logos are dead [...]

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Southbank Centre celebrates the Festival of Britain

The English language is a mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up wonder and the great leveller we all have in common.

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