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Aaron Paterson is a designer inspired by simplicity, typography and creating great user experiences. He believes that good design is always invisible. He cares about ideas, good service design and problem solving. Aaron received a Bachelors in Graphic Design for Publishing in 2010 from the Norwich University College of the Arts (UK) and after graduating has gained tremendous experience from working with some of the best publishing and media groups in London(UK). While attending the George Brown College, Advanced Digital Design in Toronto, Canada, he sharpened his creative outlook in web and multimedia design and is constantly looking to better his skills and knowledge.
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Mods, Mods, Mods! Clean living in difficult circumstances

 

AN APPLE-AUTHORISED Beatles documentary charting the band’s touring years is now in production and will be directed by Academy Award–winner Ron Howard (Frost/Nixon, A Beautiful Mind). The project has the backing of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison and will focus on the Fabs’ ride from that dimly…

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This Summer Somerset House in London will present an exhibition entitled “The Return of the Rudeboy” (13 June – 25 August 2014). Curated by fashion photographer and filmmaker Dean Chalkley and fashion-industry creative director Harris Elliott, the event will focus on the rude boy from a sartorial point of view. This figure originated in…

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In 1978, England experienced a short-lived trend called ‘Mod Revival’. This revival was largely triggered by music. Just like how Mod in the 60s was a response to Rock, Mod Revival in the 80s was a response to Punk. http://youtu.be/hdWNcLJsqWM

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This was Sandie Shaw’s second U.S. 45 (we profiled her first here) which was launched in February 1965. It was also the closest she ever got to a U.S. hit (#42), her highest and only charting U.S. release in February 1965 . It reached #3 back home in the U.K….

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