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“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” Wise words from William Morris. This is the mantra that drives the entire vardo project. I try to keep this in mind … Continue reading
A ‘tender, post-apocalyptic love story’… I want to revisit this minimalist performance art piece with you for the weekend. Extremely clever, “acrobatic virtuosity,” street performance. from the Acrojou website: “A tender post-apocalyptic love story…” – Kate Kavanagh, review, The Circus … Continue reading
Satire on archery from 1794. More at the British Museum.
On the road in France. Looks like he might be getting a little hassle from the local gendarme. More images of travelers and wagons can be found here: The Caravan in Art.
I was thinking last night about a remarkable artist I first read about in The Blinking City, Luigi Prina. I posted about him before but his work never ceases to amaze me. Mr. Prina has been an architect for over … Continue reading