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London Experience Treasure Hunt
The London Experience Treasure Hunt was originally an access point for an “Alternate Reality Game” called “A Ship is Coming” that was designed to teach you how to have lucid dreams whilst you play.
(Lucid dreams are a special type where you train yourself to recognise that you are dreaming in order to have total control over the dream).
Due to the pandemic the treasure hunt had to go online and that meant it had to be redesigned. At the same time, London Experience and the events community as a whole was struggling due to the impact of lockdown.
Many small businesses and local creators started to find ways to work together in order to adapt to the changes and this was reflected in the redesign of our treasure hunt. Instead of directing people to random locations around London in order to search for clues, we now direct people to search for clues via the online presence of local businesses and creators.
So for example, you solve a puzzle you find hidden in this Meetup group and it takes you to, say, a musicians social media for his band where there is a new clue to find, which takes you the page of a local painter, and so on. Along the way you can stop off and enjoy the music or the paintings, perhaps deciding to make a purchase.
This treasure hunt is free to play and can be played alone or as part of a group and it can be played according to your own pace.
Along the way there will be guides and clues to help you solve puzzles as you collect “Totems” and other objects, meet magical and mysterious characters and other hunters, as you are drawn into an immersive narrative like no other- because ultimately it takes you into your own mind and the final chapters of the story are experienced as part of a shared lucid dream experience.
A beginners entry point (rabbit hole) to episode 1 can be found here:
Inner Circle Studio presents the central London tour for graffiti street artwork and tattoo experience.
We will meet at the infamous Leake Street Arches next to Waterloo station for a tour of the Graffiti artwork followed by a short walk along the river for discussion and a talk about the history and development of tattoo art in London.
The walk will lead us to a private tattoo studio in central London where we will get to witness an artist at work, learn some of the techniques and processes involved in designing and producing a work and you will have the opportunity to try it out for yourselves on the fake skin used by apprentices.
Inner Circle is a collaboration between artists Jay Soze and Beau DeLarge. For more information follow https://www.instagram.com/jaysozetattoo and https://www.instagram.com/beaudelarge for updates and further exciting opportunities.