Dropping bombs on it!

Posted  8 Mar 2012

Wednesday night saw the Delete team venture over to new nightclub Pulse for the Wrigley's 5 Gum What's Next Evolution event. This was the first of 3 events that Wrigley's have planned over the coming months. Delete have been working alongside Amplify and Wrigley's on the 'What's Next?' campaign, working on branding and building the Facebook page and campaign site.

Performers included Yasmin and Stooshe, with Labrinth headlining... he definitely 'dropped bombs on it'! We are all stocked up with Evolution Gum so bring on event 2!

Check out the Facebook page to see photos of the night.

Deadmau5 Nokia Lumia Live at Millbank Tower

Posted  1 Dec 2011

We got down to see Deadmau5 light up the Thames on Monday night with a half hour DJ set of two new remixes and a 4D projection on Millbank Tower. The crowd on both sides of the river were in a festive mood and spilled outside the barriers more with each bass drop.

Covering the tower's 800 windows with vinyl and lighting with 16 projectors to create the visuals, it would seem Nokia spared no expense for the launch party of their 'comeback' Lumia 800 Windows 7 smartphone. Watch the official video below, and check our favourite part of the visuals (cube eyes!) round 2:30.


Westfield Stratford City opens it's doors!

Posted  26 Sep 2011

On September 13th Westfield Stratford City opened its doors for the very first time. Crowned the 3rd biggest shopping centre in the UK, it is the ultimate shoppers dream boasting an array of shops for all the family. Take a look at their website.

Delete built the original Westfield Stratford City website to promote the shopping centre to retailers. We helped deliver a website that reflects the vision of the development and acts as a channel for those audiences to communicate with Westfield. See what we did here.

We would like to congratulate Westfield Stratford City on their continued success and can’t wait to shop til we drop! Read about our involvement here.


MOBO Awards Nominations Party

Posted  2 Sep 2011

This Wednesday saw the MOBO Awards Nominations announced at the annual launch party event. We were invited along to join in the celebrations and get a sneak peek of our artwork on display.

The event was held at the newly restored St. Pancreas Hotel which proved a big hit with the attendees. The evening begun with a bag pipe performance, a nod to the host city of this year’s main event - Glasgow. N-Dubz's Dappy and Fazer made an appearance along with Tinchy Stryder and Tom’s favourite, Lauren from TOWIE. We schmoozed with the stars… well ambushed them for photographs, nibbled on some Caribbean grub and had a great evening playing spot the reality TV star.

Is that Bowie back outside the office!?

Posted  30 Mar 2011

Couldn't help noticing David Bowie (sort of) had ventured back to Heddon Street this lunchtime. Looking like he'd never left the 70s with guitar in hand, he posed for photographers right on our doorstep. Pictured in the exact location of his famous Ziggy Startdust cover - Bowie waved to fans and seemed intent on checking himself out on his Iphone?

We later found out the shoot was for a new Rock and Roll themed London walk. Bowie clearly approves.

A slice of Rock n' Roll History

Posted  28 Jun 2010

A couple of Delete's good friends (Bertie & Simon) pointed out  today that our door step had a place in rock n'roll history.

Our new home features on the cover of 'David Bowie - The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars' - nice.

Obviously we are out to make as big an impact on popular culture as Mr. Stardust - so moving in to his neighbourhood should certainly help.

Be sure to drop in and see us at 'ground control'.

Major Tom

Vegetarians look away

Posted  28 May 2010

If you're all about style over substance then this won't be for you, but if like us - you like to get down and dirty occasionally then we thoroughly recommend visiting this little East London gem located just off of Kingsland Road in Dalston. Mangal Okabassi does meat and does it well. It won't cost you much and you can bring your own beer. Perfect.  Timeout recently gave it a 5 star rating too. Go and get stuck in.

As you can see from the gallery above all that remained at the end of the night were plates of bones and a big bowl of uneaten salad.



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