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Cakey Perry: a new high tea experience in London

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Friday 27 May 2011

Cakey Perry is a unique high tea experience inspired by the Katy Perry California Gurls video and the work of it’s creative director, Will Cotton. Every item on the menu will relate to California Gurls and is destined to blow you away with both looks and taste. It opens in London on July 29. Chocolate […]

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Bringing jockeys’ attire into the 21st century

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By Miss Cakehead in New Fashion on Tuesday 17 May 2011

A UK organization, Racing for Change, are on a mission to bring jockeys’ attire into the 21st century. Working with students at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, they have unwritten 250 years of tradition and gone back to the drawing board with silks featuring everything from bacon, bird droppings and even fruit […]

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An entire exhibition devoted to Dirt

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Tuesday 22 March 2011

Dirt, the brilliant new exhibition from the London-based Wellcome Collection, takes a closer look at something that surrounds us, but we are often reluctant to confront.

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Cakes for Japan

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By Miss Cakehead in New Trends on Monday 14 March 2011

Cakes for Japan is a pop-up sushi inspired cake shop raising funds for the Red Cross following the devastating events in Japan.

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Pictoplasma Project

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Saturday 12 March 2011

Pictoplasma Project is a four day festival of contemporary character design and art held in Berlin each year, featuring conferences, workshops, performances, parties and even an animation festival. Pictured here is a section of the InkyGoodness character totem concept, made by the iconic Felt Mistress. When stacked together, the piece is more than four feet […]

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The Hypnotic Shop: designed to make you buy

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By Miss Cakehead in New Trends on Monday 14 February 2011

Crazy food scientists and creative geniuses, Bompas & Parr, are to launch their most ambitious project to date with UK high-end fashion store, Browns Focus. Their Hypnotic Shop will deploy an array of strategies to touch peoples’ subconscious and make them buy. The installation will be a full sensory assault, using visuals, smells and subliminal […]

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Largest ever Syd Barrett exhibition hits London

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Sunday 6 February 2011

The myth behind some of rock n’ roll’s most outrageous stories, Syd Barrett was the pioneering songwriter and musical visionary of the greatest psychedelic rock band in history, Pink Floyd. For the first time, the largest collection of unseen photographs, personal love letters and original artworks will go on display offering an unprecedented insight into […]

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Chocolate Skull by Marina Malvada

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By Miss Cakehead in New Trends on Saturday 5 February 2011

This skull is made from a blend of Cuban and Mexican Dark Chocolate and is 100 percent edible. Weighing a hefty 2.5 kilos, it is also life-sized, solid chocolate, and cast from an actual human skull. The food creative behind this astonishing anatomical work of art is Marina Malvada, whose plans in 2011 include tackling […]

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A hideous human heart for your Valentine

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Wednesday 2 February 2011

I’ve teamed up with the infamous UK tourist attraction, The London Dungeons, to provide a unique Valentines Day experience.

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Prangsta Costumiers

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By Miss Cakehead in Cool Travel on Monday 31 January 2011

Prangsta Costumiers is a one-of-a-kind costume hire store. Indeed, stepping through its doors is often compared to entering into a real-life fairytale. The store’s owner, Melanie Wilson, has carved out a niche for herself that has even seen her costumes appear in Vogue, and worn by artists such as Damien Hirst.

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Heart shaped cake by Lily Vanilli

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By Miss Cakehead in New Food and Packaging on Saturday 22 January 2011

If you want to give your loved one something very different this Valentines Day, then you could do worse than paying a visit to the UK-based Queen of Cake Cool, Lily Vanilli and her scarily realistic anatomical heart beauties, complete with delicious blackcurrant and cherry blood.

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John Wayne paste ups on the public walls of London

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By Miss Cakehead in Cool Travel on Thursday 23 December 2010

Street art and weather in perfect harmony is a beautiful thing. Handy, then, that these John Wayne ‘paste ups’ have appeared all over London in the midst of a serious frosty spell in the capital which has seen London’s transport grind to a halt due to a lack of gritting (oh the irony).

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A Twitter feed from Santa’s Workshop

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By Miss Cakehead in Cool Websites on Wednesday 22 December 2010

At last a festive Twitter feed worth following! One of the World’s leading advertising agencies, Mother, have blown open the secretive goings on at Santa’s Workshop. They have made public the details of who has been naughty and nice in 2010 by accessing a series of anonymous leaks from a Lapland-based source.

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George Morton-Clark’s Suffocated Porn series

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By Miss Cakehead in New Events on Wednesday 15 December 2010

The From Lille to London group show recently saw George Morton-Clark amongst a group of English artists traveling to France for a six day live painting exhibition in the 2,000 square foot space of the Homade Gallery. The pieces he created there included this remarkable fifteen foot entrance piece.

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Christmas Was Better In The 80s by The Futureheads

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By Miss Cakehead in Video on Monday 13 December 2010

British band, The Futureheads, appear to have achieved the impossible and come up with a rocking Christmas tune that contains the word ‘hallelujah’ but does not make you want to gauge out you own eyes with a spoon, unlike many other festive musical treats. Entitled Christmas Was Better In The 80s, it also manages to […]

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