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Dynamo spotted levitating above The Shard

Last year Dynamo got a huge amount of attention for the Pepsi bus stunt, but this year he has taken his magic to a whole new level. Today, Dynamo was spotted levitating ABOVE The Shard – which is roughly 1,000ft high! At 2.50pm today, the amazing magician posted a photo of himself up in the clouds, captioning it: “The view is great up here #lookup.”   The view is great up here...

Footballers ‘immortalised’ by convicted art forger in Sky Sports 5 launch campaign

In a campaign from earlier in the month to promote the launch of (another) new sports channel – Sky Sports 5 – artist and convicted forger John Myatt painted five leading World Cup footballers in the style of celebrated artists of the past. Myatt served a year behind bars for what has been called the 20th century’s ‘biggest art fraud’, making him a headline-grabbing choice for the...

PR and marketing client matchmaking service launches

Towards the end of April, I had the idea to turn the community and databases I’ve built over the years into a network that could prove both useful and profitable to every person on it and using it. I wanted to build a marketing client matchmaker network, covering many areas of marketing (although I knew PR was likely to be the primary discipline given PRexamples’ and my Twitter audience). Here’s how I...

Tardis Crash Lands In Parliament Square ahead of Doctor Who launch

In an explosive return to the UK from their world tour, the Doctor, Peter Capaldi, and his companion Clara Oswald, played by Jenna Coleman, made a surprise appearance this morning at the site of a specially constructed crash-landed TARDIS on London’s Parliament Square. Love the TARDIS in Parliament Square today. pic.twitter.com/TH3iVldcQU — Louise Phillips (@LouiseKPhillips) August 22, 2014 Peter and Jenna in...

Non-league football club pay 400+ supporters to watch first home match

On Wednesday (just gone, the 20th) non-league football club Hull United AFC paid fans to get them through the turnstiles. Every supporter that watched the team play their first home game in the Humber Premier League (the eleventh tier of football) received £2. Owner and manager of the newly-formed side Jamie Waltham came up with the stunt because, although he believes “everyone in Hull is really proud...

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