Went to London on Thursday 6th February to see Pop Art Design at the Barbican. I had an earache but the exhibition finishes on the 9th so I had to take the chance to go. It was cold and rained all day. Here is the Barbican website:
Actually its an interesting area to walk around because the skyscrapers all have glass for outside walls so they all look very shiny, reflective and futuristic. I liked that a lot.
I ordered Yaki Udon. Love that! No. 42! This picture doesn’t look very appetising but it looks a lot better in real life and its delicious!
The Barbican is such a weird place. I said to my friend the other day how I think it looks like the inside of a 70s Dr Who tardis. When you walk in its very confusing. The lady at the ‘advance tickets desk’ tells you which level to go to. You then have to find the stairs or the lifts. It’s not well sign posted.
Walking around the exhibition really reminded me of the film ‘Honey, I Shrunk The Kids‘ because a lot of the pieces were much bigger than they would be in real life. I saw a few pieces that would look really cool in someone’s house. That’s if you have a house big enough to display them. After the journey back we got soaked as we walked up the hill to where we had parked the car. Overall a very good day!