Quick links to some amazing finds, from articles to photos, that I’ve found on my internet travels – check them out!
Lost Facades of the 1970s Anti-Walmart
Does anyone remember the American retail chain BEST Products? The last store disappeared in 1997 after forty years in business selling cheap home furnishings, consumer electronics, jewellery, housewares, toys from their catalog showrooms. Their retail concept might not have worked so well, but their…
Otis Elevator Ads – John Berkey Art
John Berkey was an American artist known for his space and science fiction themed works.
“Trey’s images are other-worldly, mind-blowing creations that, at first glance, appear to be some digital trompe l’oeil; a Photoshop trickery post production creation. But no, Ratcliff’s photographs — through techniques he freely shares — are inspiring and real. Something which makes them all the mo…
The world’s most influential architecture, interiors and design magazine
Brilliant Colour Photographs of an almost Swinging London in 1968 - Flashbak
These wonderful photos were taken by RB Reed who lived in Oxford, England and on the Isle of Wight in the Late Sixties. His collection and much more can be seen on his Flickr site and contains, in his words, “some of the sights I took time to photograph. I wish I had taken more … Continue reading “B…
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30 Extraordinary Hiroshi Nagai Paintings That Define the Visual Language of ’80s City Pop
Japanese painter Hiroshi Nagai started his career in King Terry’s studio and made a name for himself in the early ’80s. His depictions of We...