Monday, September 25, 2006

The art of packaging

Commissioned by Packaging News.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Local legend: Pantman

Pantman is a thirty-year-old Cardiff man who went on a shop window breaking spree dressed only in a pair of underpants. A court heard that Andrew Roxberry caused a total of £75,000 worth of damage smashing shop windows in Queen Street, Cardiff with a workman's shovel. According to the prosecution, Mr Roxberry - who has a criminal record of 217 offences - started by throwing a bottle at the window of Phones 4 U, then picked up the shovel and went along the street smashing a total of 43 windows. The smash-happy lad was finally cornered by local bobbies, who were greeted by him raising his shovel in triumph and lying on the ground, awaiting his arrest. Source (including CCTV footage): BBC News. Commissioned by Loaded.


Monday, September 18, 2006

Only fools . . .

From a small local business founded in 1848, Amec has grown into a leading international construction company, employing about 45000 people in more than 40 countries, generating annual turnover of almost £5 billion. Recently, however, faced with significant losses in its UK building projects, Amec has been forced to make one or two cutbacks ... Commissioned for the cover of Building magazine.