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‘A New Now’


Delayed Gratification‘s marketing manager was delighted to spot what appeared to be a guerrilla campaign to promote the new issue of the magazine this week. On closer examination it was just a happy coincidence that as the new issue was published, our cover art began popping up on billboards all over Shoreditch, bringing Morag Myerscough’s bold, colourful creation ‘A New Now’ to the streets of east London.

A longtime resident of the area herself, Myerscough has been able to watch her work brighten up the district thanks to her collaboration with Your Space or Mine, an art project funded by the BUILDHOLLYWOOD creative agency. We salute them for their use of this joyful image to lift people’s spirits – and our marketing manager owes them a drink…

For our interview with Morag Myerscough, head here.

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