About James
James Windsor is a London-based, freelance graphic designer with 7 years’ industry experience. His work has appeared in various design publications including Creative Review, Grafik and Design Week and has won awards and commendations in ceremonies such as The Design Week Awards, the Clio Awards and The Roses Awards.
http://www.jameswindsor.com
Current city: London
James Windsor is a London-based, freelance graphic designer with 7 years’ industry experience. His work has appeared in various design publications including Creative Review, Grafik and Design Week and has won awards and commendations in ceremonies such as The Design Week Awards, the Clio Awards and The Roses Awards.
 
There's something so quintessentially London about this hill. The network of paths and lines of lampposts leading you up to a view of the city that's at your fingertips.
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The walk along the South Bank from Westminster to Tower Bridge will take you past a plethora or interesting sights and cultural hotspots. There's always something interesting going on too.
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This is a great, free and lesser known spot in London. A glass lift takes you up the side of st.Paul's cathedral right out onto the roof terrace of this shopping centre. A great view over London.
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One of my favourite things about London is the underground transport system itself. I love the design of the information systems and the stations have so much history — some of them dating right back to the 1800s.
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The best bacon sandwich you will ever eat. Pretty much fills you up for the whole day.
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