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Highlights from this week in London. Read about everything from architecture to food and delve a little deeper into London's culture.

Issue 02

This week we're coming clean on getting dirty and get far out with some space talk.

LOVEBOX WEEKEND

Lets Talk Dirty!

Every now and again it’s good to take oneself out of our comfort zones and discuss those taboo topics. A bit of toilet humour can’t hurt after all?

This little gem we stumbled across, should be a feature in every guest cloakroom.

A collaboration between that great French fashion label A.P.C. and the achingly beautiful skincare brand, Aesop. As with both their designs, it looks pretty good on the shelf and smells even better, with extracts of Ylang Ylang, mandarin peel and tangerine.

Just a few drops and you’re away…!

When you’re next checking out the Londonewcastle Project Space, pop into Aesop or APC as both have stores on Redchurch Street, Shoreditch.

Some Inspiration.

How far have we traveled and how much have we learned? The first space probe was launched in 1958, named Sputnik 1. However, an arguably more interesting launch is the Voyager 1 and 2 space probes from NASA, these have provided enough material to rewrite parts of physics and contributed towards major technological breakthroughs.

NASA launched these two space probes within months of each other, their primary purpose being to study Jupiter and Saturn. However, after doing this successfully their goals became redefined to explore the outermost edge of the sun’s domain and more. Voyager 1 has managed to exit our solar system and so far having traveled 13 billion miles, it entered a region called interstellar space, which is the space between the stars, Voyager 2 is following up and also expected to enter this region in a couple of years. When launched, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 initially had an estimated lifetime of 5 years, but through radio programming, engineers have managed to extend both their ventures towards 37 years, which is over 7 times what was initially planned.

Voyager 1 and 2 are so far away they cannot be seen, their radio signals can still be detected though and it looks like a blue dot. Although they cannot be seen physically, they’ve shown us how much there is.

As said by Chinese philosopher Laozi, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.

Archived Bulletins

Issue 46
Grilling, Facebook and Doodles
Issue 45
Watercolours and Gucci Décor
Issue 44
All About the Rosé
Issue 43
Jousting and Baking Mad
Issue 42
Eating Insects and Tech Talk
Issue 41
Gardening and Picnics
Issue 40
Food Chat and Fashion
Issue 39
We're California Dreaming
Issue 38
Food Photos and Hackney Canal
Issue 37
RIP Sir Roger Moore
Issue 36
Arts Fringe and Roger Mayne
Issue 35
David Adjaye and No More TV
Issue 34
Coffee and Fake News
Issue 33
Day of the Dead
Issue 32
Gallery 46 and Roundhouse
Issue 31
Heavy Thinking and Grumpy Goat
Issue 30
Our Death Row Meal
Issue 29
LN Newspaper is Now Available
Issue 28
Brexit is Upon Us
Issue 27
The Festival Season Begins!
Issue 26
Spoiled for Choice with Art!
Issue 25
Our Outlook on Beards and Punk
Issue 24
More Football and Scepta-cism
Issue 23
Catlin Art Prize and Beigels
Issue 22
Population Boom and Jazz Hands
Issue 21
LN's in a Football Frenzy
Issue 20
Food for Thought and Arty Fun
Issue 19
Spring and the London Divide
Issue 18
A Whole Lotta Flavour and Art
Issue 17
US Faves and Nomadic Gardens
Issue 16
Monkey Business and Fantom
Issue 15
The Force Awakens...
Issue 14
All Things Christmas!
Issue 13
Our Top Festive Coffee Picks
Issue 12
La Marseillaise and Otto Dog
Issue 11
Global Values and Dishoom
Issue 10
Sushi and Beautiful Balfron
Issue 09
LN Throwback and Stylist Mag
Issue 08
More Graffiti and UFOs
Issue 07
Graffiti and Top Creativity
Issue 06
T Swift and a Fine Heartbeat
Issue 05
Fro Yo, Coffee Hits and Art
Issue 04
Super DJs and Gelato in Soho
Issue 03
Doughnuts and Coffee
Issue 01
Forest Live and Summer Reading