This is Attenborough Tower, one of the buildings on the University of Leicester campus. Named after Frederick Attenborough, father of David and Richard Attenborough, it contains one of the few surviving paternosters in the country. The views from the 18th floor are awesome, and it’s pretty sweet coming to work here every day.
Last Saturday I went to London, and amongst other things, I visited the Tate Modern where an exhibition of Roy Lichtenstein’s work is currently being held. I think his pop art is really original and unique, and when I have my own house, expect it to feature art by this amazing artist.
I really like clever advertising that draws you in, and I think that’s exactly what this one by Carlsberg does. Would you do this for your best friend?
I am a huge Muse fan and I came across this tattoo on their official forum. It’s a mix of their first three albums; Showbiz, Origin of Symmetry & Absolution, and it looks really cool.
This is the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in the Maldives, set 16 feet below sea level and the world’s first all-glass undersea restaurant with spectacular 180° views of coral and marine life. It looks amazing and I definitely want to go here someday.
I stumbled upon the Wellington Arch by accident on a recent trip to London. Situated in Green Park, the sculpture depicts the angel of peace descending on the chariot of war and I was struck by its power and majesty.
I was seventeen when I went to New York City and I absolutely loved it. Times Square at night was the best thing I had ever seen and I will never forget it.