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Blossom Breeze

blossom breeze
firefighters play ball
in the station yard

Little Onion

Photograph: Paul Conneally, New Parks Fire Station, Leicester, 2016

Paul Conneally

Colliding The Mental Maps of Edinburgh with Mapwarper.net

Last autumn I popped up to Edinburgh from the North of England for State of the Map Scotland conference. Together with Edinburgh College of Art in Evolution House participants took part in series of workshops… 111 more words

Gis

New York walks

For the UCS Graphic Design trip to New York at the beginning of March, Russell set students and staff the challenge of producing a New Yorker cover that responded to their time in the city. 293 more words

Graphic Design

THE RE-BUILT SHELL.BY STEVEN BENSON

The erstwhile spectral house nears (re) completion: double glazed windows are installed; the scaffolding is half down, the brickwork cleaned. The former denizens’ beautiful garden is WIPED OUT. 434 more words

The elevating thought

The Anima locus is the soul of a place, a soul or spirit which forms a personality. Through sound recording, meditation and painting I have rediscovered that which I once knew. 1,547 more words

Anima Locus

Nota bene

I’ve had to leave Psygestan and go back to the real world for a week or two, for work, but I have managed to do a few bits and pieces here, of which more anon. 175 more words

Psychogeography

Turkish baths and oyster saloons: the story of Prahran Arcade

Every now and then as I walk the suburban streets of Melbourne I see something that stops me in my tracks. It happened again at 282 Chapel Street, Prahran, between Princes and Walker Streets, when I glanced up and noticed a three-storey building, a bit faded  and the worse for wear, but unmistakeably special. 1,472 more words

Psychogeography