About Mike
Mike Guppy is a recent graphic design graduate from Camberwell College of Arts, and was picked for It’s Nice That’s Graduates of 2011 feature. He lives and works in London, working freelance, and is currently on a placement at New Studio London.
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Mike Guppy is a recent graphic design graduate from Camberwell College of Arts, and was picked for It’s Nice That’s Graduates of 2011 feature. He lives and works in London, working freelance, and is currently on a placement at New Studio London.
 
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Frank's bar opens on the roof of a multi-storey carpark in Peckham every summer. It's great to go for a drink and get this phenomenal view of London. I love the design of the bar, which is different each year, and the exhibitions are always interesting.
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I grew up in the countryside, and if you're ever in need some instant escape from the city, this place is like a time warp. It's a huge space full of over grown mausoleums and graves, feels like a movie set. They also do tours.
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Quick, easy, cheap thai food. It's fairly new to me, but easily makes this list.
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Maybe an obvious choice, but the Barbican is always good. My favourite space in there is the curve gallery, last time I went was for Cory Arcangel's 'Beat the Champ'. I love the architecture, although not many people do. I think it was voted 'London's ugliest building' in 2003.
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