A Taste of London

ImageThink crossed the pond to join Novo Nordisk for graphic recording as they put clinical trial information to practice at their London conference. We visualized their findings and insights throughout the day into a three-dimensional, 40-foot mural.

After we visualized the conference, Heather and Nora spent the weekend exploring London, connecting with colleagues and checking out London art.

Our first stop in our London tourism was Bourough Hall Market, where we marveled at delicious walls of brownies, piles of pastries and colorful curries.  We spent hours in the Tate Modern which included a site specific installation by beloved artist, William Kentridge.

Speaking of a taste of London, we ended the day at the renown Tayyabs in Brick Lane  for delicious dal and saag alo.

I (Nora) was faced with some creative packing challenges after I loaded up on gifts at the Spitafield Market – a covered market full of restaurants, clothing and jewelry.

Borough Hall Market

A walk along the Thames and Big Ben brought us to the Tate London to see the nominees for the illustrious Turner prize and a long visit to the National Gallery where I set out on a mission to see Jan Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Wedding Portrait.

While we left with a long list of London tourism to-do’s remaining, we look forward to returning in March for Qcon London.

 

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