The power of advertising and the allure of Rudolf Gilberto in this advert from John Bull in 1929.
This rant has been a long time coming. It is occasioned by two tweets. Here is the first: Here is the second (it’s the one in the middle, by Tim … Continue reading
In which Adam and Matt decide that it’s a good idea to head out into mid-Wales on a bikepacking trip in torrential rain, gales, hail and generally all round grimness. … Continue reading
It starts with the sources and stories; that’s where it always starts. Not stories that exist full-formed and discerned. No. These are stories that exist always-already in-the-process-of-becoming; … Continue reading
Some “Odd Tricks” are afoot in C. Gifford Ambler’s fantastic illustration for the Detective Magazine in 1924.
Many delights are on offer at the Isaac Benzie department store in Aberdeen, in this advert: the latest smart styles in millinery, first-class work in the hairdressing salons, and “tea … Continue reading