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We caught up with Rebecca Hendin an American found in London and so we got some answers from here to help us get inside her creative head :)
What brought you to London?
I came to London for university. I started university in San Francisco, which was already a move of several thousand miles from where I grew up, and when I moved there, I didn't know anyone, but found that adjustment interesting and exciting. A couple of years into university in California, I went traveling through Europe for the first time, and decided the end of that excursion would not be the end of my travels in Europe. London always held for me a sort of mystique and intrigue, and a certain romance solidified in my mind through imagery in books and films. Abstract as were my reasons for choosing London, and although I had never been to the city before, and although I again knew no one here, I had it solidly in my head that this was the right move to make. I came to do a study-abroad program at Central Saint Martins, meaning to stay for two terms and return to San Francisco to finish my education. Five terms into my stay and on the verge of graduation, I now plan to stay in London indefinitely.
There has not to my knowledge been a better example of Capoeira in popular film than that of the laser avoidance dance performed by someone in Ocean's 12. Its a fantastic tune as well the accompanies it, called Tea a La Menthe. :)
Unsure if this still exists the website doesnt work anymore http://theflylamp.com.ar
This fly lamp shop had some very cool and unique lamps on offer. Based in Palermo Buenos Aires, a design district among other things this guy's (Jorge Luis Borges) business was the design and manufacture of cool lighting. The show piece is a 4 ft octopus ! Ok not a fly but Jorge probably felt like a break from flies and bugs !