A magnificent October: the month at a glance!

So, October was a super busy month!!

First, the investigation of the mysterious invasion of the Stop Sign Snatchers, as well as the giant plug in the middle of Soho.

Next was a feature on a magnificently spooky London Halloween with some unmissable London spots that had you shivering (with fright and/or delight!)

The Magnificent Something also went live in Instagram, and in a matter of weeks had more than 3500 followers! This grin-inducing event made me ask what makes the IG followers smile, and they were quick to respond ! I absolutely love the IG crowd for beings receptive to the blog, with:

3754 follows
And 61 comments!!

Thank you all so much!!


I also started checking London’s worst kept secrets with a twist, by having a cheeky latte at the 7th floor Caffe of Tate Modern.

Then, i tip-toed on the boundaries of retail and art with collaborations like Claire Nixon for Oasis, and The museum of Everything for Selfridges, while dancing to Marina’s Radioactive return.

I have some really exciting features in store for November though:

From an amazing Time Machine (01/11/2011), to a head left at the edge of Southbank (08/11/2011), and from exploring a different kind of London human zoo (18/11/2011) to a guide of the best London Art Zines (27/11/2011). PLUS pictures of a house cut in half in the middle of the city, a discussion on the heights of happiness, a closer look with Rideout and the Cell Project, and all the reviews of the best exhibitions, collections, moments and people in London throughout the month!

A lot to look forward to then 🙂

Have a magnificent November everyone!



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