In Beyond the sreen

Trip to Brighton

Hello, guys!

As promised, I put together in my first vlog, few of the best places I’ve been in Brighton during this last bank holiday.

It took me a while as I needed to familiarize with After Effects to post-process few parts of the video, but it’s been fun and I’ve learnt something new !! 🙂

What about Brighton?!?! Well, I must say Brighton it’s a vibrant and young seaside city. I think it’s the perfect compromise between the fast-paced city and the quiet life in the countryside. If you were wondering about a place for a fresh start, I would definitely recommend considering Brighton.

Hot places I visited during my trip to Brighton

In the list of places to visit (apart from the obvious amazing landmarks and the beach, which was packed the day I’ve been there) check these out!


It’s an homeware shop that sells unique finds. They bring new products in every week, so it’s unlikely to find the same item twice. It’s part of the TK Maxx group and it’s definitely THE place where to go if you are after stylish accessories for your home and office but don’t want to spend a fortune!

They have an amazing selection of candles, in fact, I bought this three notebook pack and a candle for just £ 8.98. Thumbs up!

The only con is that they don’t have an online shop yet. However, I can understand the reason. So I’ll continue to visit their shops and happily fill my home with their lovely items.


Cass Art

It’s a retailer of art supplies. They have such a vast choice of products and I absolutely love how the shop is fitted. They have an online shop as well, so I would definitely recommend to check it out if you are looking for good quality art tools brands.

I admit it, I couldn’t resist. When I saw two entire panels full of markers I thought I deserved a treat. So… I bought these two from Windsor & Newton for £ 7.25.

That’s all for now folks!


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