the howies store, london
this Tuesday, 7th September we have the creators of 'the ride journal' joining us at Carnaby Street to do a Wee Do Lecture.
they will be here to tell us all about the inspiration behind the books, how they put their ideas into reality, the huge success they have now become and what's going to be happening from here.
if you missed your chance to get hold of the first 3 they are available to download from the website and are well worth it, issue 4 is still currently available to buy but be quick because i doubt they will hang around for long.
the lecture will begin at 7:30pm, if you would like to come down or know anyone else who may like to come then just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring us on 0207 287 2345 and reserve your free tickets.
the usual beers and juices will be available to quench your thirsts.
we hope to hear from you all soon!
We have a bunch of new things at Carnaby St today. Jess is sorting out the new denim.
And Sinead and Toby are handling the new window and wall display (Jess is helping with that too).
New stuff. Holding hands. Good times.
Just had this cool little link pop up in my twitter feed (thanks to @CliveAndrews)
This video is made up of screen shots from Oliver O'Brien's London cycle hire station status map (oobrien.com/vis/bikes/).
Each second of video is 1 hour in real life and the video starts midnight Tuesday 10th August and ends midnight Wednesday the 11th.
It really shows all the bikes flooding into central London in the morning and then leaving in the evening!
Blue circles represent bike stations that are less than half full, red circles are over half full.
A bit short notice but we're in need of a guy aged between 25 and 45 to nip down to the Carnaby Street shop this afternoon to have some photos taken in one of our jackets.. the sooner the better! Anyone knocking around central London with some time to kill? Please give us a ring on 0207 2872345 (we'll give you some nice things as a thanks).
So today is my last day here at howies.
It's been good fun...and I have the awesome team here (and Bristol and Cardigan on the other end of the phone) to thank for that. Moving to Brighton and starting a new job...looking forward to what's a head, but definitely going to keep in touch with you guys!
I'm going to leave you with Journey... just because they're awesome really![/youtube]