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Homesense set to open tropical paradise in London

Homesense will be opening a tropical summer garden in London, to help give Londoners the chance to forget about the quintessentially British winter weather. The garden will be hosted at the ProVision studios in Hoxton and open for two nights from November 30th to December 1st. The free garden is aimed at anyone who wants a refreshing bit of warmth in the winter months. The people who decide to enter will experience...

Unicorn themed cab rides in London

Three and ZTE have teamed up to give Londoners their first unicorn cab ride or ‘Unicab’. Riders will be picked up from their location and taken to their destination in a Cinderella-like horse drawn carriage from the 26th – 28th October. The stunts purpose is to raise awareness of ZTE’s new product the ZTE Blade V7, which will be available exclusively to Three customers. As well as gaining coverage due...

That’s the way the cookie crumbles

If you have been travelling through Old Street station recently you will have smelt the sweet success of Blondie’s Kitchen. The two-week pop-up selling handmade cookies has been swamped with nostalgia hungry crowds looking to take a bite out of east London’s latest craze. Long gone is the donut, and thanks for coming ‘cronut’ but this October has been all about the humble cookie. Taking inspiration from New...

Food truck selling Trump’s BS opens in Portland.

Advertising Agency Wieden + Kennedy has opened up a food truck, which serves Donald Trump baloney sandwiches. They offer eight different wrapper designs, all available free to passers-by who want a quick taste of some Donald Trump BS. Whilst it is only a food truck there is a clear political stance, as each wrapper challenges controversial remarks made by Trump in the past. The wrappers are called...

Is Indigo the new ‘linkbait airline’?

Is the king of PR trolling and linkbait about to lose his crown? The master of ridiculously shouty and outlandish headlines, Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary, might be usurped soon by a youngish pretender. There is worse news for Mr O’Leary (who famously said he will be charging his customers to use the toilet) as the new leader in linkbait is a competitor, budget airline Indigo. Yes, Indigo Air are banning children...

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