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18th February 2017

The GOOD List #6

From big pigs masquerading as little pigs, to makers making good for refugees, this week's good news picks are here to bring a smile to your face.
Sabine’s GOOD news:
London’s first “community fridge” just launched in Brixton. It’s a public enterprise where local businesses, traders, and residents can donate spare food. | Read more with Metro 

via Metro
Jess’s GOOD news:
Oomk has grown from a zine to a bi-annual magazine in four short years. Focusing on women, art and activism, it has formed a community risograph print studio called Rabbits Road Press. | Learn more about Oomk with magCulture.

via Oomk Zine
Jodi’s GOOD news:
Spotted on Katie Treggiden’s Instagram, @makers4refugees is 40 makers who have come together to make a difference, with one maker auctioning off their work each week. | Follow on Instagram
Pip Wilcox Ceramics
Becky’s GOOD news:
Joshua Coombes is a hairdresser who cuts homeless people’s hair for free as part of a project that aims to inspire people to do something free for anyone who needs a little love. | Share your own little acts of kindness using #dosomethingfornothing.
Joshua Coombes
Dorothy’s GOOD news:
Steve Jenkins bought a micro pig that turned out to be a very big pig. You can follow Esther the pig on Instagram. | Read the full story on The Guardian website
via The Guardian
Amy’s GOOD news:
Plantasia is an instrumental concept album about plants, made using only Moog synthesisers and described as "Warm earth music for plants...and the people that love them”. | Find out more with Thump.

via Thump
Katie’s GOOD news:
The South London Gallery’s new permanent garden has been created over the past two years by leading Mexico-born artist Gabriel Orozco. | Read more here
South London Gallery garden
Milly’s GOOD news:
The British Fashion Council plans to honour late fashion designer Richard Nicoll during London Fashion Week with a bespoke colour called Nicoll Blue. | More on WWD.
via WWD
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