TCA’s Dan Page recently got
to rub shoulders with a world champion at the Lakeside. Congratulations to Scott Mitchell on your first BDO world title.
The lady of the office has had a spray tan. Honey is now a lovely metallic gold, just in time for
Our photograph of Tom Kerridge
& Sir Stuart Rose for Ocado had
a makeover last week. To mark the final stages of the competition for Britain's next top supplier,
the image was re-created in chalk.
Maybe the artist's talent will rub off on us.
TCA attended Cracking Cancer's Code by the Catalyst Club last night hosted by our client Rob Gardner from Redington.
Talks from Professor Nick Jones & Chief Scientist & Max Salm explained how they are fairing in the fight against Cancer.
A fascinating, immense yet encouraging campaign for the ever present disease that effects 1 in 3 people. The Catalyst Club is a pioneering venture that's raising £10 million towards personalised cancer treatment. Please take time to read and see how you can give towards this cause.
The Stylist's Rail is back again at the Hoxton Hotel this Sat 8th Feb. Designer bargains, vintage treasures, a well stocked bar and live DJ action. Plus first 100 in get a goody bag and a Bloom Gin Cocktail. Get involved.
Our good friends 'House of the Peerless' are playing the Barfly in Camden tomorrow night.
Having seen them twice, we can vouch for a quality gig.
Catch them before they go large!
If you're a fan of The Stone Roses, Shane Meadows, Music and things that make us all tick, then this film is a must see.
It makes the hairs stand on end, whilst your laughing and dancing to the amazing live footage.
A phenomenal band with so much talent, so glad they reformed and that this was made.
This is the One.
We're liking the set of adverts produced for Garnier in which long hair looks like a beard. Simple idea aiming to show that the products are suitable for both men and women.
If you head down to Soho soon be sure to head to Beak Street to check out the exhibition by Chris Bracey. This great collection of neon light work will dazzle you with a great range of typography and imagery.
So it appears even santa realises the need to keep fit these days, spotted his beard hung up whilst he hit the treadmill hard this morning. One too many mince pies?
Newest recruit to The Creative Arms, Poppy (aged 3), has developed skills in Photoshop already.
To avoid the mess of painting and the mammoth clear up, Chris has introduced his daughter to the computer.
'Hundred Acre Wood' by Poppy. Charles Saatchi has already been in touch.
We absolutely love these new bike lights created by Revolights!
Bringing Tron to life via cycling, the future is coming.
Check the video for a bit more wow factor… http://revolights.com/
Lovely bit of 2D graphic. Find it quite hypnotising...
My girlfriend dropped a rubber band on the table and created the perfect '&'.
Told her to get on with the rest of the alphabet including numbers…
England's response to America's Mustang is undoubtedly the Ford Capri.
Here in full unapologetic banana yellow. Stunner.
Lovin the BMW Art Car collection that's currently on at the NCP car park on Curtain Road.
It's showcasing artists like Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and David Hockney who have created amazing paint jobs for some nifty beemers. Classic retro bmw's vs iconic artists is a must see.
The Creative Arms got their mitts on the Olympic torch last night at the launch of the new Crussh at Box Park. It belonged to Olympic Diver Leon Taylor who was careful to loan out obviously. Beautifully made torch, was great to hold a slice of UK history!
EDF have done a beautiful set of images for the London 2012 games. Friend of TCA, Victoria Pendleton, is seen here doing her thang in moody lighting.
Was a joy to purchase my friend Alain Brémond's 'Pedestrian' at Rough Trade.
The new EP is a welcome edition to the vinyl family, everyone needs a bit of french electro jazz pop in their collection. 'Le Shampoo' is a studio fave.
A fine taste of france blended with london culture. Limited edition release, to purchase a copy click here.
Un grand travail Alain!
Saw some great work at a gallery for Black Le Rat and Friends this weekend. Worth a look if your knocking around the London west end. Blek Le Rat: Opera gallery 134 New Bond Street W1S 2TF