Sweet something of somewhere, it’s Frisk #151! That’s the serial number of the carriages built for the Singapore Mass Rapid Transit system in 1986.
Also, the A151 is a relatively insignificant road in Lincolnshire. Unless you live near it, then it’s probably quite useful.
Sweet llamas of the Bahamas, it’s Frisk #150! That’s the number of degrees between planets in the quincunx astrological aspect.
‘Quincunx’ is a great word, isn’t it? It’s the name of a geometric pattern of five dots, like you’d find on a die. The word originally came from the name of a Roman coin. This is all totally irrelevant, sorry.
(Oh, Thomas Edison had a quincunx tattoo, FYI. True story.)
This one's for everyone who rises but doesn't always shine; the earlybirds who get the worm but are then too dopey to hang on to it and drop it down a drain, along with their car keys and all their loose change.
Boom, shake the room, it’s Frisk #149! Stay High 149 was a superstar graffiti artist in New York in the 1970s. His trademark – a smoking version of the stickman from The Saint – is one of the most famous tags ever. But there’s nothing more about Stay High 149 in here, sorry.
Our new campaign for the End Youth Homelessness charity is called 'Get them to a safe place', aiming to raise awareness of the dilemma faced by 80,000 young people in the UK who find themselves trapped in dire circumstances both at home or on the streets. The work comprises targeted wall art and posters, along with the film you see here. Take a look:
Snakes on a plane, it’s Frisk #148! That’s the bus that goes from Camberwell Green to Shepherd’s Bush. It’s also the twelfth member of the Mian–Chowla sequence, although nobody knows what that means.
What do English cricket captain Joe Root and a sausage dog have in common? How could you end up going for a run in London with Heavyweight Champion of the World, Anthony Joshua? Find out the answers to these questions and so much more in this month’s Remark >>> https://joom.ag/RiDQ
The essence of our new Co-op work is neatly summed up by Customer Director, Jemima Bird: “Ethics is at the heart of Co-op. Doing business to benefit communities is the Co-op way, and this ad campaign highlights our difference and willingness to do the right thing.”
The work celebrates food (and why not?), and highlights the fact that the ingredients are always carefully and ethically sourced. Check it out: