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WHO ARE WE

The Rubicon is a purpose-built studio designed specifically for the needs of creatives working or building a brand in East London.

Nowadays, content is currency, flexibility expected
and budgets are stretched. More than ever it's become increasingly important to have a clear visual voice.

The Rubicon has been curated for like minded creatives to run their

business, shoot content, meet clients and HAVE A LAUGH!

Michael
O'Gorman

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Lewis Stanford

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[ roo-bi-kon ]

 

NOUN. : Abounding or limiting line;

especially: one that when crossed commits a person irrevocably.

HOW the name "THE RUBICON" CAME TO BE.

After Julius Caesar conquered The Gauls, claiming France with his Roman Army, He became a hero to his people and next in line to be The Emperor of Rome, doing something that many before him had tried and failed.

Unfortunately, he hadn’t asked his bosses permission and he was made an outlaw by the leaders of Rome who Couldn’t bear his audacity and wanted his head on a stick.

 

As he and his army re-entered Italy they had a difficult decision to make. Caesar mulled over whether to hand himself in for treason or cross The Rubicon River with his army, calling on war with the Senate.

 

Today Julius Caesar is regarded as one of the greatest leaders in history and the other guys... well... their names are written down somewhere.

The Rubicon is a salute to the brave ones, the ones that cross The River.

LOCATION

Vyner street, a stones throw away from broadway market, has a long history with creatives in London.

In the late 90’s to mid naughties Vyner street was a hub of activity for London's vibrant art scene. Famously known for First Thursdays, were gallerys would  cohost open house exhibiions on the first Thursday of each month.

In recent years the creative landscape has evolved with with not only commercial galleries, but film production, working studios and fashion designers all residing on Vyner street.