Saw this in the Guardian today, and I think its really nifty. It's an interactive view from the newly opened 'Shard' building launched by The Guardian Newspaper. If you click on the link below, not only does it give you a panoramic view from the top of the building, but it also lists all of Londons best sites, big and small. There are two things I like about this online project, first is the interactive and collaborative nature of its design, it asks us to:
Now tell us about London's lesser known landmarks, the hidden treasures that deserve proper recognition
and the second is the fantastic soundscapes capturing the noises of the city from tweeting birds and sirens in Victoria Park to Deptford Market's hustle and banter. Good stuff!
Thanks to Greenhorn Short Film Festival for helping put together this years Dugout Cinema Room! With less than a week to go, you can now check out what films we have to offer at the festival.
The annual Taylor Wessing photographers portrait prize is currently exhibiting at the National Portrait Galley, and I was so happy to see the beautiful portrait of Annalie (Right Image) shortlisted! Annalie volunteers on reception at Barnet Mencap where I am currently running an arts project. You look amazing!