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Since the age of eight, John Landy has been collecting moths and butterflies. Now 80, John has quite the collection, possibly one of the largest in the southern hemisphere. This afternoon I was treated to a viewing and blown away – the variety of shape, size and color was staggering. To top it off, not only is each specimen meticulously positioned and hand labelled, John also hand makes each box
Spotted on the pavement while on a stroll through Melbourne. I like the way the decender of the ‘y’ on today almost looks like a smile
What at first seems like quite an unassuming if solid tome, on further inspection just blew me away. Read on…
The School of Life is a new social enterprise offering good ideas for everyday living.
Based in a small shop in behind King’s Cross in London, they offer a variety of programmes and services concerned with how to live wisely and well. Read on…
I couldn’t figure out whether it was a big football match or some sort of carnival the night before, but this morning the streets were literally strewn with tired souls
Multitouch interfaces are the future. I can’t see this technology productized soon enough.
If you’re a figurative artist you need to come and spend some time here.
Hans Bellmer (1902 – 1975) was a German artist, best known for the life-sized pubescent female dolls he produced in the mid-1930s. Read on…
Still life photographer Guido Mocafico first came to my attention for a stunningly lit series on oysters that he had shot for Paris-based fashion magazine Numero. I then discovered a hardback copy of his three volume book, Venenum – of which one volume is a series on snakes. Superb printing (care of my favourite art book publishers, Steidl) and mesmerising imagery.