Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Social musings : An audience with Sister Snog

Sister Snog loves : Planet Pantone

A designer’s perspective
I love Pantone. Makes me feel like a kid in a candy shop. All those delicious colours to choose from. But most importantly as a designer  I love the fact that when I specify a Pantone colour I can guarantee the colour will be perfect every time.
Lisa Webb
Director
Pink Frog Ltd
An agency’s perspective
Pantone is getting lost in hours of fun, choosing the perfect colour for the perfect project. Bliss!
Nicola Fisher
Owner
The Creative Haus Ltd
A print expert’s perspective
When I think panto, I think colour. Vibrancy. Flair. Characters. When I think Pantone, I think colour. Image. Design. Brand. Both captivate & create something that’s full of colour.
Vicki Baumann
Sales Director
Alphaset Ltd
Will you be getting wild with Pantone’s Colour of  The Year? 

Sister Snog loves : The belle of the ball

A beautiful anthem 
The lyrics of Beautiful focus on three things. The real meaning of beauty. Self-esteem or the lack of it. Insecurity issues that are a direct result of not fitting (for whatever reasons) the acceptable conventions of beauty. The song has been widely embraced as an anthem by the LGBT community for its message of self-empowerment & inner beauty. In 2011, UK LGBT rights organisation Stonewall named ‘Beautiful’ the most empowering song of the previous decade for gay, lesbian & bisexual people. In 2012 it was the song that set the stage & captured the essence of The Soulful Concert. Sung from the heart by Sisters of Soul. A moment captured forever by the team at Now | House in a beautiful video.

Harmony in St. Bride’s
The Soulful Concert was a beautiful event. An evening of harmony, beauty and song. Organised by Sister Snog – starring the voices of many to raise funds for many more. It was an evening of collaboration united by music-&-song. The London Gay Men’s Chorus, All The Kings Men, Eden Voices & The Ukulele Lady joined Sisters of Soul to entertain an audience and support two charities.

The scars of disfigurement
Around the world, the lives of thousands are affected by skin disfiguring illnesses and damage as a result of burns, acid attacks, wounds, limb amputations and cancer. The two beneficiaries of the concert were two charities who deal with the effects of skin disfigurement. Both have two pioneering women at the helm. Both were gracious VIPs at the concert.

RAFT
Skin disfigurement affects lives. And livelihoods. The pioneering research by the formidable team of scientists, surgeons and staff at RAFT has led to breakthrough treatments that save lives, restore lives and improve the quality of life for those [...]

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