15th June 2022
Here at Thursday, we are constantly sharing things among each other and we thought we’d share it to the wider world. Here are our recommendations of what we’ve read, watched, visited and listened to in May.
Beneath a Scarlet Sky is the triumphant, epic account of one young man's tremendous courage and endurance during one of history's darkest hours, based on the true story of a forgotten hero. Pino Lella joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps after his family's home in Milan is devastated by Allied bombers and there he falls in love with Anna.
Hayao Miyazaki has enchanted audiences of all ages for almost four decades. His animated works, which frequently feature youngsters negotiating strange and difficult environments, are timeless studies of adolescence and what it means to grow up. His stunning natural landscapes and fascinating characters have a universal appeal that transcends cultural borders.
We are loving the nostalgic tunes in the studio at the moment, taking us back to the 90s with some cool hip hop beats.
Not one for little ears - enjoy Kendrik’s follow up from his 2017 album.
Stranger Things series 4 has finally arrived; the macabre sci-fi-horror adventure has managed to once again entertain the viewers. Still reeling from the events last year, the gang tries to move on with their lives. However, a threat is brewing both on Earth and the Upside Down.
Superheroes are frequently as well-known as celebrities, as powerful as presidents, and even worshipped as gods. That is, when they are employing their abilities for good. What happens when heroes go rogue and abuse their abilities? When the helpless face off against the super powerful, the Boys go on a heroic adventure to uncover the truth about the Seven and Vought, the multibillion-dollar corporation that oversees the superheroes and hides their dark secrets.
Our Creative Director raved about visiting the Museu Coleção Berardo in Lisbon - a museum showcasing the best of modern and contemporary art. The museum houses works by artists from all over the world, representing a wide range of cultural settings and modes of expression, all of whom contributed to the last century's art history.
During the BBC's Party at the Palace as part of the Jubilee weekend, one of our designers saw and praised the incredible drone display. Images of the Queen's corgis, horses, and a teapot were projected onto the sky.