When it’s your birthday and you love Mumford and Sons – what better card to receive than a couple of the team at Summer Creative making ‘guest’ appearances on a Mumford and Sons album cover…well with the help of great designer, and a couple of ‘tweaks’ in photoshop!
Summer has entered into an exciting partnership with TouchLocal, the online business directory, to assist with design projects and creativity in general. This mutually beneficial agreement commences immediately with an update of TouchLocal’s sales tools.
Summer was on Matt’s mind when he was holidaying in a rain swept North Wales. During a rare moment of sunshine, Summer Creative made an appearance with Ash behind and Criccieth Castle in the distance.
Location: Konoba; which is a new restaurant/ bar/ lounge experience at Roche Caiman, Mahe in the Seychelles. We installed the sculpture at the end of May this year, working with Interior Designer Albert Angel. It’s made out of stainless steel, with over 7000 forms which ‘swim’ across the entire length of the venue, ending in a bait-ball spiral formation overhead in the bar area. Official opening: August
Read more at www.scabetti.co.uk
You can only work with people that you like; If you have a choice never have a job; Some people are toxic avoid them.…and the list goes up to ten…all brilliant tenets to live your life by….
“When I started I didn’t have a penny, but with my mail-order company we printed up the leaflets and told the printer we’d pay in 60 days” Richard Branson’s five killer tips make excellent reading.
Despite frustrating and persistent problems with his back, Matt still maintains his desire to swim the 21 miles of the English Channel solo. A relay swim in 2006 fuelled his passion and Matt is hoping to take the final dip sometime in the summer of 2012…
What better way to raise the awareness of majestic elephant than placing a herd of them all over London… www.elephantparadelondon.org/
Play me I’m Yours installation by Luke Jerram has been touring the globe since 2008; from Cincinnati, to Sydney to Sao Paulo. Facilitating creativity, sponsoring community, and catalysing conversation are all things Jerram are trying to achieve in the invisible community of The City. Read more at www.streetpianos.com