Thoughts from June 2013

toilet paper art

We stumbled across these the other day and thought they were pretty special. Paris-based artist Anastassia Elias started creating art out of toilet rolls a few years ago and it has rapidly become her signature style. You can see a few of her creations below:




You can see some more of her toilet paper art here

Or for loads more of Anastassia’s work, check out her website

more new office stuff

When people make the decision to leave innocent for pastures new, we immediately slam the door in their faces and refuse to speak to them ever again.

Not really.

When people make the decision to leave innocent for pastures new, we ask everybody to send in their favourite memories of said person so that our creative team can produce for them their own golden innocent bottle, compete with a personalised label.

The completed bottles look a bit like this:

As part of the recent office refresh we’ve been having, the fourth floor now has a wall dedicated to all of the golden bottle labels we’ve created over the years.

A close up of the wall looks a bit like this:


We’ve also installed a swing ladder to make perusing the wall a bit easier. Not only does it remind us of all the lovely people we’ve met working here over the years, it also means if we’re ever bored we can stand on the ladder and imagine we’re an eccentric old Aristocrat surveying the books in our 14th Century library. Which can really break up a long afternoon.

The wall complete with swing ladder looks a bit like this:

If you’re ever in the area, pop in and give it a try. It’s pretty cool.


win tickets to our next innocent inspires event

Our second innocent inspires evening, 'leaving things better than you find them', with special guests Laura Bailey, Arthur Potts-Dawson, Guerrilla Gardeners and Good For Nothing takes place on the 19th June 2013 in Paradise Park, London. You'll step inside the innocent yurt, where we'll bring the outdoors indoors and share some of the things we can all do to make a positive difference to the world. 

To win a pair of tickets, tell us the one thing you've done to leave the world a little better (in no more than 240 characters).

Our very own sustainability Lou will pick the five entries that impress her the most and we'll email each winner by the 14th June 2013. Please don't think you need to demonstrate that you've saved half of the rainforest by the way - every day efforts to tread a little more lightly can be just as impressive as grand sustainability projects.

Good luck.