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From secret nooks of green space to the making of the London 2012 Olympic Games logo. Inspiration is contagious, pass it on...
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Accessibility: The missing key to connecting with customers

While some brands are prioritising diversity, equity, and inclusion in their messaging and marketing campaigns, an essential component of inclusivity may be missing the ability for everyone to consume content: is accessibility the forgotten link?

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Find your piece of heaven in the city

London is one of the greenest cities in the world. Most City dwellers have a local park and there are iconic huge open areas from Hampstead Heath to Greenwich Park and beyond. But the capital is also full of secret nooks and hidden crannies of green space that are lesser-trodden and so usually pretty peaceful.

Uncover the secrets here

The London Olympic games logo 2012

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The making of the London 2012 Olympic Games logo

It was 10 years ago when Wolff Olins created a brand identity for London 2012 that shocked many at the time. Here's a film about the making of this iconic piece of work.

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What do you do with your old paintbrushes?

The surrealist painter Alexandra Dillon creates art on found objects. She paints small imagined portraits on worn paint brushes, the tool of her trade that reflect unique personalities.

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The space in between

​Installation for the world-famous Japanese masking tape brand “mt”, for the memorable 10th mt FACTORY TOUR. The exhibition, held once a year at the mt factory, shows the infinite possibilities of the mt’s masking tape​, made of traditional Japanese paper washi.

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