It was down the back of the couch

Solar Pandas / fun little kids’ art project: A Space Between, making global connections through colour / sort of related, Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art / ‘It is only adults who ever feel threatened‘, a Letter of Note / Seinfeld Adventure, an unofficial pitch (via rock, paper, shotgun) / architect Breaks Down 5 TV Houses from Mad Men, That ’70s Show & More / architectural designer breaks down his own house (Jonathan Tuckey via TMH) / sporting landscapes photographed by Tom Shaw (found via his South Down series at Another Country / paintings by Catherine Kehoe / photographs by Thibaud Poirier / play Wheels of Aurelia for free / mining the links, ‘abandoned’ sites worth clicking around: the republic of less (last updated June 2019); Urban Trawl (last updated January 2014); Mrs Deane (last updated January 2019) / finally, heaven be praised, McMansion Hell has reached 1973. Linked in the piece, It Came From the ’70s: The Story of Your Grandma’s Weird Couch, a Collectors Weekly article that attempts to answer the question ‘What did life in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s really look like for the squares?’

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