• A Polish haul arrives….

    Ethical sustainable chillwave. Gentrify semiotics cold pressed, narwhal hashtag cardigan artisan swag raw denim wolf tilde.

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  • Superdry Store, Regent Street

    Ethical sustainable chillwave. Gentrify semiotics cold pressed, narwhal hashtag cardigan artisan swag raw denim wolf tilde.

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  • The Thorlux ladies

    Ethical sustainable chillwave. Gentrify semiotics cold pressed, narwhal hashtag cardigan artisan swag raw denim wolf tilde.

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  • Another communist behemoth is laid to rest…

    Last week we visited this vast decaying chemical plant in Hungary. It’s currently being demolished from one end whilst we endeavour to spirit the wealth of industrial lighting it contains out of the other. Whatever your take

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  • Pop-up in full swing

    After 3 very long days and nights setting up, we finally flung open the doors of our East London pop-up showroom on Friday 4th May. It looks pretty good even if we say so ourselves. Thanks to all those who have found the time

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  • TIME OUT – London

    Although retro lighting might not be at the top of you ‘summer-must-haves’ list, there are some pretty smart creations to be found at this pop-up shop. Usually based in Gloucestershire, Trainspotters will be in the big smoke for 10 days only

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  • Trainspotters comes to London…

    We’ve been fancying doing this for a while and have finally got our act together.We’ve found a great glass fronted shop unit in the old Truman Brewery in East London, and will be running a shop there for 10 days in May.

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  • Chairs to Africa

    Ever wondered what happens to all of those coloured plastic (polypropylene) chairs that you used to slouch on at school? Thanks to chair manufacturers Kirkhouse in collaboration with Optimus Education Foundation many are now avoiding landfill and finding new homes

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  • Trainspotters in the New York Times

    Check out this article on our Walk/Don’t Walk signs in today’s New York Times: http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/20/walk-dont-walk-open-your-wa… Michael Grynbaum writes eloquently about these now extinct New York city icons, although seems in our opinion a little too

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