Monthly Archives: October 2014

This and that from here and there

Another chunk of things. Dennis Zahone collects Memphis / the architecture of Antonioni’s The Passenger, 1975, at Architecture of Film / Sydney’s Doll Hospital, a photographic portrait / a short film about Dutchness in design / abandoned shopping carts, photographs … Continue reading

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Strings and things

A random collection. In 1% news. Bugatti owners typically have 84 cars / a surf board that costs $1.5m / at the other end of the scale, flick through a stack of ancient Argos catalogues for the consumer electrics of … Continue reading

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Mapping by hand

The North River creates ‘modern river silhouettes’, amongst other things / related, Mapsburgh ‘produces delicate hand-cut paper street maps, fantasy maps in the style of Tolkien, and other cartographic art’ (via Coudal) / also sort of related, Yoni Alter’s polychromatic … Continue reading

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Behind the facade

3 Church Walk is a film about a house in Suffolk by Emily Richardson and Jonathan P.Watts. Designed by the modernist architect H.T. (Jim) Cadbury Brown and Betty Dale, the house is in Aldeburgh, still an enclave of arts, music … Continue reading

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Unknown data

Herobrine, or the point at which massively collaborative and community-centric games like Minecraft get to make up their own stories and play with them. Herobrine is the Sasquatch of Minecraft, a quasi-mystical entity that may or may not have been … Continue reading

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Words are just dust, in deserts of sound

Was Levon Mosgofian of Tea Lautrec Litho the Most Psychedelic Printer in Rock? Collectors Weekly on the craftsman behind the presses for rock and roll’s most florid period. The posters above come from the exhibition in question, When Art Rocked: … Continue reading

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