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Behind The Imagery

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art
/ɑːt/ [ahrt]
noun

Representing the creative process and the essence of fostering innovation that we undertake in everything we do: The National Gallery is a rather fitting subject given it houses work from some of the most creative minds of our time.

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people
/ˈpiːp(ə)l/ [peepull]
noun, plural

We live in a fast-paced world where everyone is busy and easily distracted. Some people say it is hard to keep people’s attention. But that makes it easier for us to catch their attention and stand out from the crowd: The picture of Holly fearlessly making her way through the crowds on Oxford Street is a representation of the relationships and interactions we make every day.

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urban
/ˈəːb(ə)n/ [erbun]
adjective

Sometimes, a path less travelled can look a little daunting. Sometimes, you just need a guiding light to show you the way and hold your hand: Seeing the light in the darkness, it’s about taking managed risks together, being curious and courageous, but doing it together.

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politics
/ˈpɒlɪtɪks/ [pollytix]
noun

Standing on Westminster Bridge next to the Houses of Parliament we are not afraid to take clients into new places where the audiences that they really need to reach sit: embodies the spirit of understanding, heated discussion and passion facilitated by Marlin teams.

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digitech
/d:gi(t)/ch [digeeteck]
noun

Demonstrates the open and ubiquitous nature of our industry and how we are a part of it: Silicon roundabout is just one of the great tech innovation hubs in our land. There’s a real energy around the place where serendipity means magic can happen at any moment.

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green
/ɡriːn/ [grene]
adjective, noun, verb

Raises the question of what you would do if you are faced with something obstructing you from trying to get where you want to be. Do you find a longer route round? Do you go over it or under it? Or do you tackle it head on: with the right approach and gear if it’s electrified. Sometimes things aren’t so black and white.