Posts Tagged ‘Sam Mellish’

More books for you. The first is ‘Mapping The Roads’, a handsome book from Mike Parker on, perhaps unsurprisingly, the history of the mapping of Britain’s roads – which as a man moderately obsessed with the world of cartography was always going to be of interest to me. It’s a hugely thorough and beautifully illustrated […]


A while ago, (see above), I got the chance to see some great photographs by Sam Mellish over at the Babylon Gallery in Ely which celebrated “observations of traditional roadside services throughout East Anglia”. I really enjoyed the exhibition so am glad to have stumbled across news that he’s back at the Babylon Gallery from today […]


I found out about the above exhibition before we went away to Ireland and I thought that I’d missed the opportunity to go along so was really pleased that after looking back upon my return I noticed that I’d got the dates wrong. So after a morning of somewhat mundane activities – obviously you’re entitled […]