Oh how I love Brutalist architecture and better yet, Brutalist architecture that is still very much in public use and the Southbank Centre is one of those. I visited the brilliant Andreas Gursky photography exhibition and of course, managed to take a few photos of the iconic building too.
One of my favourite buildings to photograph is the Barbican Estate in London. I’ve shared photos of it numerous times but I do love the mixed-use Brutalist estate with the residential flats, arts space and conservatory (which I’m still yet to visit). There’s just something about the concrete estate with its ponds, pathways, curves and
Sometimes the best posts are the most spontaneous ones right? So I’m quickly writing down my thoughts before the words become harder to catch and pen into a post! I feel this way a lot, for example, this weekend I have felt super motivated to do some more illustration and I had to open up
Time for an Arty post! There are some exhibitions that I get really excited about and I always make sure to pen in some dates and buy tickets in advance. The Dan Flavin exhibition, ‘It is what it is and it ain’t nothing else’ was one which I had heard about much earlier in the
There are few art exhibitions which leave a profound impression on myself but last weekend I visited one at the Royal Academy which is one of the most thought provoking exhibitions I’ve seen in a long time. I’ve been leaving snaps of some of his Artwork on my Instagram so you probably know that the
Sheffield is just over an hour away from Birmingham and I have no idea why I’ve never visited up until recently to see some friends. I really loved having a mini tour around the city and hearing all about where they grew up, places they used to visit and exploring the city. There is such
Denim Jacket – ASOS, Jumper – Topshop, Skirt – ASOS, Shoes – Converse, Necklace – Warehouse During my brief stay in Brighton last weekend (lots more snaps over on my Instagram), I visited the majestic Royal Pavilion. The Building is a thing of wonder, an extravagant palace built by King George IV which was influenced by