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28th January 2021


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Regular readers of KBZine may recall my leader last November in which I discussed an exhibition taking place along Sydney's Bondai Beach (sadly not one I'd visited!) which featured a giant fibreglass tap. I said I'd initially thought it was part of a slick marketing campaign by someone in the KBB industry but it turned out that 'Who left the taps running?' was simply part of an exhibition designed to highlight the environmental impact humans have on our planet.
I commented then that I felt the industry had missed a trick by not being the first to come up with the idea of a giant sculpture in random surroundings, to draw attention to a new product.

Well here's a thought...

As a story in this week's news explains, an opportunity has arisen for the industry to get involved with transforming a neglected London dock into a'creative hub'.

My mind is racing and I hope yours is too! The link between bringing one of London's waterways back into public use and the urgent need to conserve water is a highly pertinent one. I rekon this could be one opportunity that is too good to miss...



Jan Hobbs


25th May 2012

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