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Good at MagicThe Creative Industry of Richard Reynolds
       
Good at Magic T-shirts

Good at Magic began in 2002 as my T-shirt brand. I continue to design and make T-shirts occasionally. In 2013 I re-released The Chic Organization Ltd T-shirt, as worn by Nile Rodgers.

GoodatMagic.com/Tshirts
Facebook.com/GoodatMagic

Guerrilla Gardening org

I have been gardening land without permission since 2004. I regularly give talks on the subject and have written On Guerrilla Gardening. My activity is a source of global inspiration.

GuerrillaGardening.org
Facebook.com/guerrillagardening
YouTube.com/theguerrillagardener
Twitter.com/Richard_001
Twitter.com/guerillagarden

Mobile Gardeners

A social enterprise founded in 2011 with landscape architect Paul McGann to create a temporary pocket park within areas of development at the Elephant and Castle. The project moved three times before closing in 2017 and has evolved into a support for local community gardening projects on two estates.

MobileGardeners.org
Facebook.com/MobileGardeners
Twitter.com/MobileGardeners

Pimp Your Pavement

My campaign launched in March 2010 to encourage people to plant life in their streets whether as a guerrilla gardener or with permission. The LSDC and Lambeth Council have supported the campaign.

PimpYourPavement.com
Facebook.com/PimpYourPavement

 
Save Our Subways A campaign launched in December 2012 with Lyla Reynolds to champion the refurbishment of the Elephant and Castle subways rather than allow their destruction proposed by Transport for London and Southwark Council. We lost.

SaveOurSubways.org
The Vanden Plas

My music making monicker since 2002. Santa Margherita was released in July 2003, an Essential New Tune on BBC Radio 1 and I have recorded several remixes for signed artists since then. In 2011 I released archive material on iTunes. If you need a disco DJ, call me.

TheVandenPlas.com
The Vanden Plas available on iTunes
Twitter.com/TheVandenPlas

 
Elephant and Castle Urban Forest

A campaign launched in June 2011 to raise awareness of the vulnerable old estate of 450 trees at the Elephant and Castle. Significant changes by the developer to the master plan were achieved and a commitment to replant in the wider area.

ElephantandCastleUrbanForest.com
Facebook.com/ElephantandCastleUrbanForest

Twitter.com/UrbanForesters