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REWM | Robin E. W. Mackney  The Man In the Window | Hand Drawn not computer generated. Move maker; content creator.

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If you're ever in @london and you need a tin bucket or a wooden brush then this is your place. Jokes aside, the navy worker jacket they've got hung up in there is ridiculous - anyone know who it's by? @labourandwaitlondon

The juxtaposition between old and new is without doubt my favourite thing about architecture. On it's own, the walkie talkie would look just like that, a walkie talkie. However, within context the comparison works with such unity. I think this can be said for any architecture, no matter how big or small. Mondays musings ✏️ #london #london4all #fenchurchstreet

"God gave us Mondays to punish us for the things we did over the weekend." - Unknown. Also, it's 💯 percent sock weather! 😫

LDN X NYC
Giclee print on photo rag paper.
When you realise it's #LibertyOpenCall and the deadline's midnight and you haven't got a good photograph of your work so you email yourself AP scans! Buyers, I've exhibited within London (Ruffians) and have also sketched on display within your windows - hot under those lights - so, I've done my time 😂) #libertylondon #libertyopencall2018 @libertylondon @libertylondonman

I put St. Basils Cathedral off for so long. Intimidated by the vast amount of detail and shapes. Every time I go to Moscow it literally haunts me. That was, until my last trip. After 10 days of over indulging and not lifting a finger, the urge to do something productive kicked in. Sat down and started and 20 minutes later it was there. It's not perfect but then, nothing ever is. 5 years of avoidance and within 20 minutes the box was ticked. I guess what I'm trying to say is that this is some sort of mantra or metaphor for life. Crack on!

LDN x NYC. Ink on paper. Stood by algae block paving and brick wall whilst pulling some odd grimacing face. Partly due to being stood inside in a coat too long and over heating. Anyone else overheat? Random Sunday post.

Grey for Grey Days @commonprojects #commonprojects

Where are you celebrating the end of 2017 and seeing in 2018? Imagine this place is pretty wild! I've only had the one night out in Brighton and it was up there with the best - happened to also be a real turning point in my career as well | candle holder by @fermliving fermliving

Last but by no means least... Bringing to an end our collab on the 5 independents of @jordanbunker's gift guide is The @thehambledon of Winchester. Truly a home from home experience when you navigate across the three floors. Get inspired
From JB... A quick train journey away from my university town, The Hambledon in Winchester is a store I’m always recommending to friends when visiting. It’s three floors: menswear, homeware and womenswear (basement to first floor) that’s housed in what feels like a big house. They’ve always got a well stocked menswear section and as for their homeware, I commend anyone leaving empty handed, especially during Christmas.

Form Lifestyle Store, Manchester

This very unique independent is nestled between two brick buildings and has a large glass conservatory roof. A fantastic architectural gem that's worth the visit @formlifestylestore
From JB "Relatively new to Manchester, is Form Lifestyle store. I actually featured the store earlier this month, but the store is definitely worth another mention. First of all, if you live close-by, please go and visit for the staircase. If you’re a little too far away from MCR, then fear not, you’ll be able to fill up your virtual basket with plenty of green-fingered gifts for yourself and others." @jordanbunker

Workshop Living, Brighton.
As we continue to champion the independents, take a look at @workshopliving (online and in store). Also for you last minute shoppers, they're taking orders right up until Thursday! They've brought together goods from around the world that reflect their values of form, function and authenticity combined with great design

From JB... "Brighton is arguably the mecca of the independents and of them all, Workshop Living is one of my favourites. The team here have managed to source a great edit of items. SOH candles from Melbourne, Form&Thread essentials based in London and plenty of handmade tableware. If you can, I’d definitely visit this one in person, the store is so calming and a real joy to shop in. How retail should be." @jordanbunker

Papersmiths, Bristol, Also see pop-up @boxpark

The shop front in Bristol is just incredible. The team at @paper_smiths have done such an amazing job! This may warrant my first trip to Bristol!

From JB… “Calling all stationery buffs, this one is definitely for you. With a permanent residence in Bristol and pop-up at Boxpark London, these guys know their fountains from their ballpoints. Pens, pencils, notebooks and more, you could easily spend a lot of time (and money) at Papersmiths. I’ve recently bought myself a new Horizon Japanese pen from the pop-up and I expect myself to be hoarding more ‘To me, from me’ gifts soon.” @jordanbunker

Over the past few years I’ve been more conscious of where I spend my money and have tried to invest back into local communities – butchers/bakers etc. Which is why this Christmas I was delighted when my good friend, and Mr Vogue style icon (I think that’s a direct quote – you’ll have to ask him) @jordanbunker asked to collaborate on his gift guide to support and champion local independents. The following shops may not be on your high street, but step onto the side streets and lanes and something of similar ilk will be there waiting for you. Please support small businesses – You’ll be surprised at just how rewarding it is.

The Harriman & Co, Leicester.
Independent Furniture & Homewares Store. “I wouldn’t be able to write a small guide to independents without mentioning my local store in Leicester. In the St. Martins area of the city, Harriman & Co. has been great in bringing quality-led brands to the area. I often go in to see what’s new in terms of small goods and grooming, but upstairs they house some great furniture and when I finally get my own place, I know where to head. I’ll be visiting before the 25th.” Jordan Bunker.

North & South, Framed and off to a new home 🏡

🎥 Watch carefully 🎥Seeing as it's snowing here I thought I'd show you my first (very) subtle attempt at some animation for @regentstreetw1 and their #TheSpiritOfChristmas campaign | Thoughts on some more animation?

#TheSpiritOfChristmas for @regentstreetw1🎄
For those of you that know me, you'll know that I love #Christmas - To the point of embarrassment. As a kid, no one would tell me any different. Drawing Father Christmas year in and year out. Therefore, I'm delighted to have been asked to illustrate the #London Christmas Lights for Regent Street | Free gift wrapping service | Open tomorrow and Saturday

NYC | Framing prints for dispatch tomorrow. Need to be sensible about this people. These are individually printed using giclee techniques, all are hand signed and therefore cut off date for orders is 12th December for Christmas delivery. Merci bow cup.

Feeling unsurprisingly Festive 🎄

Next stop, Bao 🍽🥛

Finds door. Stands in front of door for pic. Proceeds with blogger world ✔️ 📍Poland. Completed it.

Exploring the archives at Bauhaus 🗄

This contraption is called a Conformateur 🎩 A centuries old technique for measuring your head for a hard hat. Be it a bowler/top hat etc. A #TBT to working with the oldest hat shop in the world @lockhatters | From a simple sketch of the shop front on @stjameslondon to working on the many intricacies associated to hatting techniques, this collaboration really did push my boundaries but I'm as excited today as I was almost 2 years ago with the results ☝🏼

Strolling and illustrating 🚶🏼🖊

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