Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Museum of Everything is showing it’s latest exhibition, a collection of curiousities curated by Peter Blake. With an interest in fairgrounds and freakshows, Blake has a fantastically frightening array of things from portraits and ephemera of freakshows (think more … Continue reading
Simply, I Leica.
White room flooded with fuzzy lights. Nice. Wish I’d booked Bindi Shards though – anything where you’re slid into the drawer of a Sputnik structure for a 15 minute audio-visual light show has got to be good.
No I don’t know how to pronounce the title either, but it doesn’t matter when you watch this mesmerizing piece of seminal cinema. It’s a film I don’t really know how to describe other than by repeating the subtitle: Life … Continue reading
A section of the blog where I will put my consumerist heart on my sleeve and declare my (albeit shallow) undying lust for stuff. #001 goes to a pencil – the Rotring 600. Yes I’m a pencil perv, but oooh … Continue reading
We all have design down days (often client related), but President Sanky has some very good points – never be complacent, keep pushing and always be that stone in that client’s shoe. Here here.