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Moshi Monsters Invade Great Ormond Street….

Thursday, October 17th, 2013 - Fun, Interior

In 1852, Great Ormond Street Hospital opened with just 10 beds, and was the first hospital in the UK to offer dedicated inpatient care to children. The hospital has had a fascinating 160-year history. From world firsts in surgery and state-of-the-art buildings to pioneering research and celebrity support, it is truly a British institution of which we can can be proud. We wanted to support their innovation and dedication, so we went into the hospital to give the kids activity room as a facelift.

Michael Acton-Smith’s Mind Candy, the technology company behind the Moshi Monster phenomenon, kindly supplied and donated some images. Moshi Monster is a virtual world and online game aimed at children aged between 6-12, which allows users to adopt their own pet monster, socialise and play educational puzzles. With 80 million subscribers worldwide, the number one kids magazine in the UK, toys, books, trading cards and even a platinum selling album under its belt. It’s fair to say there aren’t many kids who aren’t aware of Moshi Monster!

We’d like to say a big thank you to Mind Candy for helping us brighten up the activity area of the hospital.

Using the images they supplied we created some customised wallpaper and installed it in the kids activity area, you can see the results below…















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