Well, if Ilse Crawford can make it look so nice…
Shop news, shop news, come and get your shop news. I have two stories for you – one North of the river and one South (none outside London, sorry). The first is Andrea Bates’ shop Future & Found in Tuffnel Park, which is hosting special Marketplace shopping events some weekends over summer in the […]
Only five minutes down the road and I hadn’t heard a thing about this. But now that I have, I’m delighted. Goldsmiths art college has settled on an architect to build a gallery, showing both students’ work and that of established international artists, on its New Cross campus. Horray.
I don’t honestly know much about the French writer, artist and film director Jean Cocteau. But I have read that he was an influential figure in the Paris avant-garde scene in the 1920′s, that he was mates with Picasso, had a row with Marcel Proust over a coat, and made friend’s with Charlie Chaplin on […]
Forgive this swift post on a hot, rainy, busy day, but something just caught my eye. The excellent blog on postwar British buildings, DirtyModernScoundrel, has a quick piece speculating on Cliff Richard’s love of Brutalist architecture, especially that of the Midlands (well, he would have a lot to choose from). If you have five seconds […]