is beautifully realised - a kind of logical extension of two contemporary obsessions. The rapid appearance of the link here
, just a few short hours after we first saw it (here
), leads us to wonder aloud about how links get to where they are. There isnít sufficent web-savviness at things
to do clever searches that trace links back to their origins, but it sometimes seems that this particular backwater of the internet revels in self-reference.
of grocery lists, the kind of found object that we love so much. There are more here
, neatly organised by geographic location. A quick examination of who buys what would be invaluable market research for someone, and might perhaps explode a few regional myths.
The links above came from Coudal
, our new favourite website. The Coudal people also link to Briar Press
, a traditional letterpress with a website to match their meticulous nature. We adore letterpress - look at these
. Reminds us of the work of Bruce Licher's Independent Project Press
, Sedona's finest.
We'll be away for a week, so apologies in advance for the lack of updates.