Wonderful Winchester

Sorry about the week long blogging silence. I was very busy last week, styling a shoot for Exalt Magazine http://www.exalt-magazine.com and sadly with all the prepping, shooting and returns I didn’t have any time to update. The shoot was an 8 page editorial story and it is going to look amazing. Unfortunately I can’t blog anything about it yet, but I will do when the publication comes out in a couple of months.

Instead today’s blog is a pictoral post about the beautiful city of Winchester, which I recently visited. With it’s wealth of heritage, culture and history it is the perfect spot for an August weekend away from London. Plus the charity shops and monthly vintage market are fantastic places to pick up a unique bargain. I also spotted some great typography and some amazing painted bollards. Check them out. My favourite is the Pollock inspired post. Which is yours?


Jackson Pollock inspired bollard


Magritte inspired bollard

Moulin Rouge-small

Moulin Rouge inspired bollard

Dinghams cookshop

Dinghams cookshop – lovely sign

Dinghams cute crockery

Cute pottery from Dinghams

William Walker pub

The William Walker pub – another great ornate sign

Beautiful doorway

A beautiful aged wooden door


The stunning Winchester Cathedral

Cathedral dome

The intricate stonework at Winchester Cathedral

The ruins

The beautiful ruins

Brick texture-like a print

Brickwork at the ruins (the pattern and colours would make a great print for a dress)

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