Clock Week in Pictures 04/01/2013

Hello and welcome to the first WIP of 2013. We hope Santa brought you everything you asked for, and that you didn't spend all of New Year's Day in bed recovering from the Auld Lang Syne antics the night before – yes, I'm sorry to say that you were embarrassingly out of tune. Don't worry though, in this edition we've got a crop of our festive highlights and none of them are of you singing!

First up, we've got a rather impressive panoramic shot from the balcony of our Winter Party suite…


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If you squint a little, tilt your head to the side, and use a sprinkle of imagination, you might be able to see a bit of clever branding masquerading as champagne flutes:


Our party had a variety of entertainment, including an Elvis tribute act, a conic dance floor and a pop-up casino. The main hit with us Clockers though was a retro photo booth. Here's a scattering of the resulting photos…


Vaishal's omission of his criminal past from his CV came to light – being sharply dressed and casually wielding a firearm in a way only a true gangstar could…


We'll let you into a Clock family secret here. Forget music and alcohol, the ingredients to truly get a party started are lasers and mirrorballs. You heard it here first. A big hat tip to Mr Mirrorball and Lord Laser for bringing sparkles and radiation to both our Winter Party and New Year's at the Nadim residence…


It wasn't all doom and gloom through all that awful wet Christmas period. Even Vince's (very rock and roll) washing up cut managed to smile through it…


Neither did the weather manage to prevent Saracens from smashing Bath 22-0, nor the front row spectators from having a blast. You'd have thought "Bath" would have been used to all that running water………hmm…?


Finally, we have a sneak preview of an internal Clock project: HUD. I'll just leave you with this little teaser and the assurance that we'll do an in depth blog post when it's released…


And that's it. Thanks for reading, and hopefully see you back here, same time next week!

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