Category Archives: Web wanders

Mr Hyde – Bring Forth the Links!

Charlie Haughey’s mesmerising yet chilling Vietnam War photography Art depicting modern-day Mad Men. “Mod Men”, if you will If you haven’t seen the trailer for the James Hunt biopic Rush, rectify immediately And this makes our heads hurt     … Continue reading

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What lies beneath

London is an awesome city above ground – and it is just as amazing beneath the surface.  The latest pencil drawing from Stephen Walter is London Subterranea – a map of the lost treasures of our beautiful capital city. I … Continue reading

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Fold ’em like Ross

As with most tumblr micro-blogs – Ross Kemp – Folded is beautifully simple and the results are nothing short of hilarious! Some of the folds bear more than a little reminiscence of John Stezaker (although he excels at photo montage … Continue reading

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The Total Perspective Vortex

“The man who invented the Total Perspective Vortex did so basically in order to annoy his wife. Trin Tragula–for that was his name–was a dreamer, a thinker, a speculative philosopher or, as his wife would have it, an idiot. And … Continue reading

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Lovely Jubbly

Ah, it’s Friday and the sun is shining on a wonderful crisp late autumn day here in West London. The servers are purring away nicely and the team is beavering away delivering the next phase of development and all the … Continue reading

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Withdrawal

I want a cat. I need a cat. No doubt – none whatsoever. However I first need to finish some building work at home, so in the meantime I’ll have to keep myself occupied with digital kitties. And of course … Continue reading

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The Garden (solid) State

Research from the Institute of Solid State Physics in Russia shows that structures at the nanometer scale can look strikingly like feathers, trees and/or bone.  Images such as this one have been developed using a technique called electroplating to build … Continue reading

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