Wednesday, 29 July 2009
I've been going on about making a DIY printing zine for a while now, and this week I've made a start on it- but things have not turned out how I wanted them too, so I decided to use all the drawings I had done for it to make a repeat pattern- which I haven't done since my degree. I was abit rusty but I think the result is pretty cool, so I've adopted it as my background on various social-networking sites for abit, in the hope it will encourage me to get this little booklet finished.
Monday, 27 July 2009
Well, Supersonic was AMAZING! We kept the shop open for the whole time, sank a few beers, saw some great bands and met a billion awesome people. Here's a few choice photos, there are many more on the Shop's Facebook page (found through mine www.facebook.com/cutoutshop).
Monday, 13 July 2009
I keep being asked. Well... it went pretty well thanks! Despite the weather being appalling on the first day, we had lots of people loving the stuff, and I even met Wayne Hemmingway and Boris Johnson!
On the second day I was sharing the kiosk with Lily Vanilli, and woah, this girl makes the BEST cupcakes I have ever tasted in my life. Unfortunately (for me) she doesn't deliver outside London, but if you are a Londoner I strongly suggest you get intouch with her, look how amazing her cakes are! www.lilyvanilli.com
Matt Reynolds and Dry The River played nearly two weeks ago and I haven't had chance to put photos up on the internet yet! Here's one to get you going, hopefully a recording in YouTube form will be posted one day. Despite a truck crashing or something, and the show being delayed by 2 hours, everyone stuck around and played in the shop, and it was worth it when they did get here! Heather has wrote a lovely little post about it on her website http://www.thisishappening.co.uk/ It's much better than anything I can say about it.
Our next instore will be Luke Leighfield on 1st August and I am really looking forward to it...