About Robert
Robert Wallace, A.K.A. Parallel Teeth, is a director, animator and illustrator. Originally from New Zealand, he currently works and lives between Auckland and London.
http://parallelteeth.com
Current city: London
Other cities: Auckland
Robert Wallace, A.K.A. Parallel Teeth, is a director, animator and illustrator. Originally from New Zealand, he currently works and lives between Auckland and London.
 
Excellent Turkish bakery. I highly recommend their £2 gözleme.
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British folk culture inspired pub. Head there on Sunday for a pint and a proper Northern roast.
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Excellent gallery. It has big rooms which often feature large pieces and admission is free.
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A+ little book store full of publications made by artists. So many beautiful and interesting books to choose from.
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My No.1 favourite graveyard in London. Calming, overgrown and a little bit spooky :)
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Adam graduated from Leeds College of Art with a 1st class degree in Visual Communications. He has assisted on shoots for Vogue, Tatler, Elle, Marie Claire and many more and has built an impressive portfolio of work. Adam's photography is beautifully coloured and lit. He has an exceptional eye for mood. Creating works with maturity and emotion.
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