good news

My plea has been answered.

press coverage

A copy of an article in The Independant from June 4th 2004 can be found here. It has an interesting quote, cited as being taken from a web site somewhere. This was raw. There was no night, no unison, (except in self awareness). No way to defuse one’s silent twitching with a laugh/joke/anecdote/drink. It was …

that rings a bull

An iframe test, this could get ugly1. see the complete project here. 1. but only if you visit the site, as there is a Romulan cloaking device cast over the RSS feed on this one.


Just remembered that I have some pics of the interior here.

a task worth trying

Last week, an interesting exchange about Regent Street in London, between John Massengale’s Veritas et Venustas and Peter Lindberg’s, prompted me to reach for my bookshelf and open my copy of ‘How to Look at Buildings’. Written by the wonderfully named Darcy Bradell, it was originally printed in 1932. The copy I have is …


It’s my turn now. Gmail are obviously starting to relax about numbers for their beta test, as I’ve now got 6 invites to give away. Mail me if you’d like one.


You might remember that I previously wrote an entry about the flash mob event in Birmingham that happened last summer, this year the meme seems to have evolved into something called mobile clubbing. There was dancing at Euston station on Friday night. It looks like a pretty cathartic experience, I wish I’d been there. I’d …


The first thing in painting is that the objects it represents should appear in relief, and that the grounds surrounding them at different distances shall appear within the vertical plane of the foreground of the picture by means of the 3 branches of Perspective, which are: the diminution in the distinctness of the forms of …


but she’s a girl says; ..I rather like the brashness of it, for no reason that I can really justify. I normally hate brash buildings, but the bullring seems to be so ugly that it sort of passes out the other side and becomes attractive. Like a warthog. Nice. A warthog in chain mail perhaps?