Friday Reading #148

Good morning everyone. It really is a good morning too! This
Friday is blessed to be sandwiched between National Burger Day (if you missed
it yesterday, treat yourself today) and a Bank Holiday weekend. Lovely stuff.

Some other lovely stuff we’ve found this week…

If you’re at a loose end this weekend, you could do worse
than checking the London
Street Photography Festival
out. It’ll definitely get the creative
juices flowing!

Love award winning films but don’t have time to watch any?
Fear not, Giphy has you covered by launching the first ever film
festival for works no longer than 18 seconds

Of course, if you don’t have time to watch a film, you
definitely don’t have time to read a classic novel (at least, that’s what you
tell yourself. We understand). Fortunately the New York Public Library’s got
your back by turning classic
novels into Instagram stories

Speaking of doing stuff ‘for the gram’, this
identified by Barclays is an interesting, if somewhat damning,
insight into customer purchasing behaviour.

If you find all that cynical fakery is getting you hot under
the collar, we suggest that you take 90, an awesome campaign in its
conception and a great cause to boot.

Finally, this petal-paint
brings a whole new meaning to flower power. Living proof that a great creative
idea can spring up in any category, at any time!

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