Every Sunday, I’m going to feature bits and pieces I’ve picked up from various social media platforms. Some tweets, Flickr photos, blog posts, pins, etc.
ONE FROM THE FLICKR POOL
Roman ducks at The British Museum by new contributor, GediUK
A FEW TWEETS
- @artnet: Lots of great pictures of Anish Kapoor’s 337-ft-tall Orbit in London, “Godzilla of public art“
- @tikichris: London Festival of Photography (OneTravel)
- @hookedblog: Controversial graf artist LUSh is in London & has been hitting the streets with this message.
- @LDN: Broken Fingaz Crew have been busy around East London.
- A food and fashion mash-up post. Interesting concept from South African blogger, Diana Moss.
- Londonist interviews street artist Stik about his involvement in the upcoming Dulwich Festival.
- A lovely post about the fresh food at London’s farmer’s markets by The Accidental Londoner worth a read.
- Love this list that Time Out compiled by consulting the people who know best. Some London bloggers choose the 101 best things to do in London.
- I own red trousers. You may own red trousers. And apparently the rest of the world also owns red trousers. Well, if you haven’t found it yet, here’s a blog dedicated to them: Look At My Fucking Red Trousers. (Thanks to Jorge for the link!)
- In celebration of their new shop opening on Regents Street, Gilly Hicks & Hollister sent lots of hot lifeguards out to show off. Worth a little London observation for a few seconds…
- If you haven’t stopped by the FB page to give me your opinion on when it’s acceptable to drink tea, I’d still love to hear it.
- Fab selection of shots under the #streetartistry tag on Instagram lately. Cheers to @emmylou1602 for the tip!
Here’s one from the Cans Festival on Leake Street back in the day by Richard Haugh.
AND ONE QUESTION FOR YOUR COMMENTS!
Where are you from and where in London can I find the best traditional food from your home country?