Jean-Jacques Perrey

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Jean-Jacques Perrey (above, left) is a bit of a legend here at MARC&ANNA — his track ‘Groovy Leprechauns’ playing us out of the door at the end of many a week. So while Marc was attending the AV08 festival in Newcastle this weekend he couldn’t resist dropping in to a… Read more »

British Heart Foundation poster

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When we were asked to design a poster for the British Heart Foundation’s new campaign we all jumped at the chance. When we realised we only had five days from briefing to artwork we winced, a little bit – but we do like a challenge. Our solution didn’t exactly fall… Read more »

The Fourth Plinth

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Having applied, and then forgotten, I was more than a little surprised to be selected as one of the 2400 participants in Antony Gormley’s comission for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. Amazing. And so, on a rainy, but warm, evening on Wednesday 29 July, I was hoisted to my… Read more »

Postcards from Argentina

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Quite coincidentally, both Connie and myself took holidays to Buenos Aires throughout October and November. We both found time to visit the pretty port town of Colonia in Uruguay, and I escaped the city to stay in the beautiful Patagonia region further south. We both enjoyed an amazing adventure and… Read more »

Decode at the V&A

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Even though we rarely work in digital design it is always exciting to see what’s out there. There are aesthetics and ideas that run through much of the work that we share, and then things that you would never have even considered possible! This is well worth a visit. There’s… Read more »

Collect 2010

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Although most of the work at this year’s Collect – at the Saatchi Gallery – was just slightly out of my price range, there was still some great stuff to see. A real mix. Although technically a craft fair, it pushes the boundaries of what craft is. There was traditional… Read more »

Watch me Move

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The Barbican’s Watch me Move exhibition has teamed up with Create to show some of the films from the show. This is happening at, of all places, Hackney Wick; and better than that, it is all happening under the A12 flyover, as it crosses the River Lea. Called Folly for… Read more »


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On Sunday, John Angerson photographed 17 year old Chris for us, at the Slaughterhouse Studios in Manchester. When his mum collapsed last year, Chris saved her life by giving her CPR; which is quite an amazing thing really, and a situation that many teenagers wouldn’t know how to deal with…. Read more »