Is there any more proof cream teas are on trend than these super cute cream tea baubles from Fortmum & Mason… At £65 though I don’t think I will be adding to my tree sadly!
I have featured the work of Stephen Shanabrook on this blog a fair bit but this solid chocolate heart is one of the most disturbing pieces of his I have seen, in fact the most disturbing chocolate I will ever see.
What we know about this heart is that it belonged to a person who committed police suicide, this being where a person forces the police in a position to shoot them dead. The heart specimen had been kept by a pathologist since 1960. There is something about seeing the two bullet holes in the heart which sends shivers down my spine.
Earlier this year I discovered Miss Insomia Tulip AKA Lou Lou P’s cake pops. She is amazing and am so happy we found her (via Flickr). Writing this post so you can see my favourite 10 things she has created and of course so she realizes how amazing she is!
Affordable, awesome, innovative British millinery and affordable to boot. Don’t ask me to choose my favourite piece as I can’t. Pearl and Swine well worth checking out.
A post on the creative strategy and execution behind one of my major work projects this year – I LOVED THIS PROJECT!
Originally posted on MISS CAKEHEAD:
UPDATE & WHOOP! Voted one of the top 5 PR stunts of 2012 alongside such company as Red Bull Stratos. Thanks to @copyranter for the inclusion.
I wanted to write in a little more detail about the Resident Evil 6 creative activity which led up to the launch of Wesker & Son on the 26th September. This includes a press pack that horrified everyone, got one phone call from a legal team and made one person sick. Whilst this could have been a PR disaster it was exactly on brief (well maybe not the solicitor bit) which was to provoke reaction and create something people will never forget. You can see my post on Wesker & Son which all the activity was leading towards here.
The overall strategy for the Resident Evil 6, developed with…
View original 1,262 more words