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Blog fail, slight reprise

04/02/09
by Nick Holloway

AKA Blog unfail... details of the custom-made Neil Keating trainers I was struggling to find the link to are available here. Note the page is on Facebook so you’ll need to be logged in to see it. That’s probably the last time I try to give fashion tips via this site, at least until Mercy knocks up a new batch of lurverly t-shirts.Neil’s illustrations remind me - in places at least - of the work of.. More


It is big, but is it clever?

03/02/09
by Nick Holloway

To think some of us were just out there frolicking innocently...Thanks to Rob (below, left) for tipping me off about this attack of frozen profanity, and who made not only a zombie snowman......but a snowy Wall-E.Rob, we salute you More


Dog Days #2

03/02/09
by Nathan Jones

Dog Days is a serial about the plight of a dog walker, Richie Pen, and Kenny, his dog.Dear Bob,Now I have to think about what object best represents me! What object best represents you? If I had my way, I would just put you on a plinth and call you a sculpture of the clear bit in my brain. A tumbler full of whiskey with a sexy ice cube bobbing in I am, Bob. Boob. It’s pointless to try and think about.. More


Website Changes

02/02/09 News
by Joseph Bramall

The eagle eye’d of you will have spotted a few new additions to the site, and a sacking off of our sister website. Correct-a-mundo! More


Fibbers

02/02/09
by Nick Holloway

London Word Festival is pushing a great thing right now called the Fib, a 6-line poem based on the Fibonacci sequence. If it’s been a few years since your last maths lesson, that’s the one that goes 0, 1, 1, ,2, 3 and so on, with each successive number being the sum of the previous two.A Fib follows the sequence for it’s syllable count - 1 syllable in the first line, same in the second, 2 syllables.. More