Free Mahi Mahi! Free Mahi Mahi! Ah how can you not think of Biodome when at the Eden Project?! Well not everyone was with me on the constant Biodome quotes, but we watched it afterwards just to brush up. And I have to say Biodome, sadly, has not aged well. I can’t believe I used to find Pauly Shore funny. Anyway… picture above of me and Shelly approaching the first biome.
This was just the most awesome location. So much nature! Not what I expected of the UK, thats for sure!
Inside the Tropical Biome. It was about 40ºC in here! Madness! The £1 baobab smoothie at the end of the Biome was well needed. As much as I was enjoying it, I also couldn’t wait to get out of there – I do not deal well with heat at all!
Amazing heart-shaped flowers in the gardens.
Random Bee. Overall Eden Project was fantastic! It was plain to see just how much love and effort had gone into the creation of this singular place.
And while I’m on my Doyald kick, have a look at this beaut! Created in tribute to the late Mr Young, proceeds of this poster will help set up a type scholarship in his name.
Found via The Case and Point.
Just had to share this beautiful embossed thank you card! I mean… wow. Just wow! Stefan Bucher managed to get Doyald Young to create this beautiful mark, based on his Home Sweet Home typography. RIP Doyald, you were the king!
Found via the ever awesome FPO.
Sooo… I managed to get to Peyton and Byrne when I was in London. Me and my bestie Shelly had lemon curd swiss rolls, which were utterly, devastatingly delicious! So naturally I felt compelled to buy their book on British Baking… and a tin of their awesome hot chocolate. This was the Heals Peyton and Byrne, so obviously I had a browse around Heals – definitely one of my favourite shops in London. I would immigrate for that shop alone, I kid you not!
Apologies for the bad photos, but its at least we managed to get some sneaky-sneaky shots of the place! London is really hectic about photography around commercial areas – its actually kind of ridiculous.
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