In a wild tangent that any media-savvy politician attempting to survive a Jeremy Paxman interview with an ounce of self-respect would be proud of, Glazer has been inspired by randomness for its local Transport for London guides. Explaining its off-the-wall thinking behind the leaflets, Glazer designer Clare Brittle uses south London as an example. ‘Michael Caine grew up in Walworth so we featured close-up photography of gold bullion to represent one of his most famous roles in the movie The Italian Job,’ she explains. That reminds me, I must pick up some asparagus on the way home…
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