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Author: Lucy Williams
It was a bitterly cold and rainy morning and I was sitting at my desk, with a hot coffee in my hands, attempting to think up my next blog idea; I wanted something different, something that no one else had thought of, then, noticing my fingers wrapped around my coffee mug, it came to me, nail art!
Author: Kerry Rice
Earlier this year, when we all thought the rain would never stop, I went to the Isle of Wight Festival. Overall it was a great experience. The musicians made it clear how much they appreciated us braving the mud, and the food stall holders (one of whom made the best breakfast burrito I will ever eat no matter how long I live) made the swamp-like conditions more hospitable.
Author: Lucy Williams
A year ago today I started at AD, which is scary in itself! But as I now know the print industry a little better and have seen some of the weird and wonderful things print can do, it seemed fitting to write a blog which ties in nicely with my first anniversary and today’s date: Halloween.
Wednesday 24th October 2012 | Tagged as:
Author: Ellie Bunce
I live in Hampshire, so my morning start is a bit earlier than most in the office. At 6h30 my alarm goes off and I stumble out of bed, have breakfast and usually leave the house around 7h30. My commute to Esher includes a morning battle with the A3 traffic arriving at the office around 8hr30, always with my favourite soya Vanilla Latte in hand.
Wednesday 10th October 2012 | Tagged as:
Author: Patrick Anderson
Rewind to this time last year and you would have found me wandering around central London consuming the barrage of advertisements that met me at every turn, completely unaware of how they came to be. My response was thusly; oh look, colourful, eye-catching poster, with an image that I like, with an offer that interests me, that’s cool, I like that, I’ll probably invest. Ignorance, as they say, was bliss. I was content just consuming what I saw without a second thought. But then I began working within the print industry – and now I analyse everything and anything that I see.