Almost Lost: London’s Buildings Loved and Loathed, a new exhibition from English Heritage (BBC report). See also Lost London 1870-1945 / ‘A Very Rare Book: The mystery surrounding a copy of Galileo’s pivotal treatise / the tumblr year in review, 2013 / How Boomboxes Got So Badass / a farewell to FAT / Cyan, a series by Imantas Selenis / the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture.
Nicky Crane: The secret double life of a gay neo-Nazi, a good long-read about London’s subcultural life in the 70s and 80s. Follow up / 30 years of NOW / Vintage Houston / the Korg littleBits, a modular home-build synthesier kit / the Jeffrey Johns Story / Knitiffi, a knitting art blog / the 1963 Lightburn Zeta.
Architects’ Own Houses, filled with beautiful plans and illustrations / X-Ray Delta One, a flickr set stuffed full of over 11,000 vintage illustrations / however, the new British Library Flickr page has over 1,000,000 images… / the work of Fabian Oefner / on travel: A Moving Experience / Carbon, a new issue of uncube magazine / Tales for an accelerated age: things are better when they are Fifteen percent faster.
Soviet-era Disney translations (‘Tri porocenka’) and other gems at Bonhams’ Fine Books and Manuscripts auction / bizy li press, a (short-lived?) blog about book design / the tale of the The Enfield Poltergeist / the Dead Media Archive.