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The Independent Group & The Independent Group

Bryan Ferry: This is Tomorrow (Polydor)

This week I’ve been reading Alastair Sooke’s Pop Art: A Colourful History which includes a long chapter on the rise of British Pop Art. 981 more words


Peter Blakes Alphabets, Numbers & Letters at the Da La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill-On-Sea

30th September 2016

As my second year of study in Graphic Design starts, I travelled to the De La Warr Pavillion gallery in the quaint sea side town of Bexhill On Sea. 165 more words

Graphic Design

Eric Clapton's "24 Nights" Revisited

I can’t help it but I’ve sort of become obsessed with this recording and its many versions. I must apologise to Eric Clapton‘s myriad of fans, but my interest is not in the music but in… 773 more words

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A Peter Blake Cover I had missed.

As I have said before, I have stopped saying that my collection of a particular artist’s record covers is complete, because, just as soon as I write this, someone points out a cover I have missed. 253 more words

Album Cover Art

Pop Goes the Easel, Again!

Pop Goes the Easel is a BBC program, directed by Ken Russell in the early Sixties. This program was fixated on four rising Pop artists – Peter Blake, Derek Boshier, Peter Phillips and my favourite artist, Pauline Boty. 389 more words

Pop Art

New Zealand Maritime Museum

Despite a┬áprime location on the waterfront at Viaduct Harbour, the New Zealand Maritime Museum is often overlooked and seemingly under visited. Odd for the City of Sails, and being one of the better maritime museums I’ve visited (I’ve been to a few…). 302 more words


Rare Oasis "Stop the Clocks" Memorabilia.

When Noel Gallagher was planning Oasis‘s retrospective album “Stop the Clocks” in 2006 he wanted Peter Blake to design the cover. The story that I have heard is that… 169 more words

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