Sunday, 28 March 2010

Help! My lolly!

I think this photo deserves some kind of award on so many levels. Too many for my popcorn sized brain to fathom.
Nice yellow coat there too.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Dance of the doggy

I know I work in advertising but I really wish I worked on this bit of advertising.
I'm moving to Japan and this mandog will be my pet.

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Oh Alice

I went to the Sanderson hotel last week for a most delightful Alice in Wonderland inspired afternoon tea treat.
There were multi-coloured sandwiches that made your head spin, lollipops that went hot and cold then made your hair go pink, ice cream filled mad hatter clock cakes that made your tummy go tic-toc, tic-toc and plenty more that I won't harp on about.
Anyway if you have the time and you like brightly coloured edible things then I highly recommend it.
Much better than the movie that's for sure.

Friday, 19 March 2010

Ichat on the old Joanna

I like this man.
He seems nice, funny, smart, not a douchebag, reasonably talented on keys and he probably spends too much time on the internet.
All qualities I admire in a human.

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Oh my

Dream child. If I ever have a lady-baby it will be in for a treat when it comes to hair, make-up and wardrobe.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Curtains closed

So Red Bull Academy has shut its doors on London after a pretty phenomenal success in the big smoke.
On top of the massive London lineup, they did some regional workshops, parties and other fun bits in Glasgow, Manchester and Bristol.
I worked with a selection of very talented artists, designers and producers to create promotional material such as posters, booklets and flyers as well as limited edition display pieces to go into party venues and the Red Bull studio.
I'll post up some more pictures soon but here's one of the flyers we did for Manchester - designed by the totally radical Phillip Lackmaker.

Fancy a dip?

Lord only knows how they shot this but high fives to the models for their painted smiles and the lion for being king of the pool party.

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

It's really hard to get a bargain on Ebay these days...

I've always had a slightly irrational obsession with Ebay and this Weird Al song is scarily true for me.
Anyway, last night on my hunt for another Wings/McCartney tshirt circa 1975 I stumbled upon this gem.
Pretty cool t-shirt you're thinking? Looks fairly vintage, fairly rare thus likely to impress all those snobbish friends. Nice.
But hang on a minute. They want how much? Yep, this t-shirt goes for the bargain price of £10,000.
It's from the banned album Butcher from 1966 and is ummmm... really pretty rare and of course worth every penny.
I shall not be bidding on this as it's not in my size but if you are feeling like adding this essential to your wardrobe you can do so here.

Goodnight sweetheart

INQ Night by OhJuliette

And finally, some evening music to make you bop your head and help you get into the mood for parties, party ring biscuits, fizzy pop and other fun things that you get when night falls...

Hope you like them.

All these mixes were produced by Matt Waites who can you find out more about here.

Afternoon delight

INQ Afternoon by OhJuliette

Some nice afternoony music to help you get through your hard working (or otherwise) day.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Morning: The Musical

INQ Morning by OhJuliette

During the megafun parade that is the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona amongst other things (I shall post some pics very soon) we created some mood music to play in the bar and stand areas for INQ Mobile.
Here for your listening pleasure-orama is Part 1: morning music.
Part 2 and 3 will be up imminently.

Lovely quality ear time.

Graffiti Grandmas

Knitting Grandmas are taking over London. Like the Triffids but more dangerous.
No stone will be left unknitted. Scary.