Always good value, Wayne Hemingway gave the keynote speech at Salford’s Design Guidance event last week. Rejecting taxi, tram or stretch limo in favour of sustainable transport, the designer chose to walk from the railway station to his gig at the Lowry (no mean feat in itself!). This allowed a thorough perusal of the city’s leafy corridors – all captured on Wayne’s digital camera and dropped into PowerPoint for the 10.30am presentation. Sadly for Salford – soon to ...
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