Category Archives: photography
This weekend we went to the Muybridge Exhibition at Tate Britain, now sadly closed. Eadward Muybridge is most well known for his pioneering work in Victorian stop-motion photography: think multiple miniatures of horses, naked runners and people boxing. But before … Continue reading
Having an opinion diametrically opposed to a noted professor has hardly impeded politicians in the past, but you’d like to think it was worth our glorious leaders noting that almost everyone except the big music companies and their free-bun infrastructures … Continue reading
Speaking of the pramfaced, supernumary-nubbined, estuary-affected, counting-down-to-first-pregnancied daughter of greasy E L Wisty of rock Keith Allen, Lily Allen, I saw her calendar drastically reduced in The Works on Cornmarket today: you can buy it via Amazon if you really … Continue reading
One for j4: special chutney available on George Street. This is what you came back to Oxford for, right?