Posts Tagged ‘John Shuttleworth’

All At Sea

14Jan17

On Friday August 8, 2003, an interview with Graham Fellows appeared in The Guardian. I don’t actually recall the date in question, however the joy of the internet means that a copy of it sits quietly in a corner of his website to reward those digging deep enough to find it. In an attempt to explain what influences […]


Some people never seem to put a foot wrong. In this instance it’s the very fine people working at Asbury & Asbury. As once again they’re responsible for another beautifully put together object – this time a simple but tremendously handsome A6 notebook. Taking a mild obsession about international standard paper sizes and British A roads (two things […]


When my mind wanders at work (and if you work with me you’ll know that that’s a very rare occurrence) my eye is often caught by a loft of pigeons (ah the joy of collective nouns eh ?) circling the building preparing to return home. I do love those pigeons although how they relate to […]


We’re off work for a week, in a fortnight or so, and the first thing planned is a cloud spotting event on Sunday 16th August at the National Trust’s Tattershall Castle with Ian Loxley of the Cloud Appreciation Society. Ian Loxley is known for his many fine cloud based photographs including the legendary ‘Cumulopiggussextoleggus’. Lincolnshire […]