Monthly Archives: October 2011

Study session.

Our study has been a ‘work in progress’ for months now. This loosely translated means that the study is the place where everything else goes that doesn’t have a place- the result is a book laden eclectic mess. So my … Continue reading

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Sylvia Plath.

I’ve always had a morbid fascination with female literary figures that took their own lives. I know that this sounds incredibly macabre and perhaps this is a tad too honest for the public domain of the ‘blogdom’, but there you … Continue reading

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Then and now.

How astoundingly beautiful/eerie are these photographs? They come from the collection of the very talented Giuseppe Savini and are a series that were taken in Bolonga. I love the juxtaposition of time and how aware we become of our mortality … Continue reading

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Surrealist Vogue.

Special Christmas edition of the French Vogue 1971. Dali edited and illustrated the isSpecial Christmas edition of the French Vogue 1971. Dali edited and illustrated the issue. sue. December 1938 April 1944 December 1946 So during my usual internet escapades, … Continue reading

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Hey stranger.

It’s been far too long since my last post, and even though it’s no excuse, I’ve been on holiday (yay!) and have started a new (and might I add awesome) job. So, as a result blogging has taken a back … Continue reading

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