Posted on November 22nd, 2015
Friday the 20th of November 2015 was a memorable day for us. It was our first ever event in London, our biggest one to date, to celebrate our new fanzine, the third issue of a project which has gained a life of its own, even redirecting part of the energy of Juicy towards publishing, a thing we would never have considered five years ago.
Our THE JUICE #03 Release Party exceeded our best expectations. More than the attendance numbers being overwhelmingly positive or the fact that we already sold a good chunk of stock, what made the difference was the positivity, the smiles, the conversations, the many familiar faces and the new faces that came to meet us and our fanzine for the first time.
On Friday we truly felt that the hard work paid off and that we managed to bring something important to life together with a big group of like-minded people that still care about DIY and self-expression. Thank you for sharing your time with us, means the world.
And none of this would be possible without a few people that need to be highlighted because of their direct contribute:
Fúria, for the painting, the prints, and the overall support.
Mike, for agreeing to be part of this very last minute, the photos and even the ice.
Joana, for coming all the way from Liverpool to peel and cut veggies.
Laura, for helping with the car and being the nicest person.
Elena for arranging things with FA and delivering the playlist on time.
Jimmy for the video and being crazy enough to do it.
Lukasz, the hummus god and provider of unexpected but most appreciated catering.
Fábio & Emilia for the record, hooking us up with Lukasz and the brownies.
Lisa, for being patient about the interview and doing the photo-reporting of the night.
Anete, for the prints and the laptop.
Manu, for the go-pro we didn't use (lol), and for turning up too late but with a genuine intent.
Deborah and Stokey's Food Assembly for the wonderful fruit and veggies.
Ken and Doomed Gallery.
Ieva, for everything basically. Without her this event would not have been a success.
Photo shamelessly stolen from Alex Roze's Instagram.