What would you do if you went outside?

luka

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edmund aka woops was hopping from one foot to the other going up his bum up his bum
it was hilarious he was like a gremiln
 

HMGovt

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I went outside yesterday, cycled down to the seafront as the day had broken crisp and clear, and the possibility of seeing a green flash at sunset was high.

Anyway, I found a spot.on the sea wall and watched the sun and waves glitter, the moon looking proper spherical, like an actual ball of rock in the gin clear firmament. I was slightly affronted by the bloke playing shit music through his portable speaker 100 yards off, but as I settled, it resolved into this, and I must confess, it was a bit of a moment, lads. Perfect sundowner. It's taken until now to find it

 

luka

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I've been by the river last couple of days. Feel a lot more solid and real as a result. Also did a pub crawl with Edmund yesterday that got a bit messy. The bits I can remember were a laugh, dunno about the rest of it.
 
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Leo

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Hey Leo

it was my copy of Kenny Knots - Watch How The People Dancing - a nice slice of early digital dancehall that they used in an exhibition about black music in Hackney.

that's really cool. Steven Heller, who was creative director at The NY Times and head of the design dept. at SVA, once used one of my old punk rock 7" picture sleeves in a book about icons of graphic design. even gave me credit, by alas spell my name wrong.
 

john eden

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that's really cool. Steven Heller, who was creative director at The NY Times and head of the design dept. at SVA, once used one of my old punk rock 7" picture sleeves in a book about icons of graphic design. even gave me credit, by alas spell my name wrong.
Icon! :cool:
 

john eden

male pale and stale
@william_kent Yeah they were really on their own thing - in retrospect it’s so much more than a JA imitation. Went to a Ruddy Ranks memorial event last year which was an amazing thing.

This is the slide they showed of the equipment they had. Nothing else. Mad.

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