London in the rain, the past

What should I write? 
What can I say? 


The Chelsea Drugstore, 1968-71

I went to the Stanley Kubrick exhibition at the Design Museum in London yesterday – much recommended by the way – and was reminded of the Chelsea Drugstore, as it is featured in the film A Clockwork Orange.

Here are some lovely photos of the shop as it was


The Parallelograms project

Just revisiting Parallelograms, my 2016 project based on the album by Linda Perhacs.

You can view it here




I want to go here! #233

Can I go to Tokyo, can I?


Berlin, the past

I have just visited the wonderful city of Berlin, which of course made me wonder what it looked like in the faraway distance of the past-time….


B is for Blaine

Hal Blaine (February 5, 1929 – March 11, 2019) played on literally thousands of recordings – if you have ever listened to pop music, you are likely to have heard him play them drums. It’s almost impossible to choose just a few of my favourite songs he played on, so here are some from the B section in the Blaine canon:

And here’s one that doesn’t begin with a B but come on, he played on this one!?!

Wishing you peace, Hal.


Full of beans

Here’s the best coffee advert ever:

Milk and sugar?