November 20, 2010
March 2, 2010
Holi - The Festival of Colours

Holi - The Festival of Colours

evisu:

Tokyo park…

evisu:

Tokyo park…

March 1, 2010
February 28, 2010
evisu:

worn to life.

evisu:

worn to life.

February 21, 2010
from The Sartorialist

from The Sartorialist

February 10, 2010
February 9, 2010
The Sartorialist

The Sartorialist

February 2, 2010
November 2, 2008
xkcd

xkcd

Starkey and the Tudors

TV historian Dr. David Starkey has branded period drama The Tudors “gratuitously awful”.

The BBC, which airs the Showtime-produced series in the UK, has been accused of “squandering” licence fee payers money by Starkey.

He told The Telegraph: “It is gratuitously awful. There are errors in Shakespeare when he handles history but they are there for a purpose. The mistakes in The Tudors are completely gratuitous.”

Starkey took issue with the show’s malleable approach to history, particularly a plot line that saw Henry VIII’s sister Margaret marry the King of Portugal instead of the King of Scotland.

"There’s only one reason for that: so that she can have a bonkorama in a supposed ship’s cabin with the hunk who plays the Duke of Suffolk," he commented.

July 28, 2008
More Paul Woolford cover art.

More Paul Woolford cover art.

July 27, 2008
This is the rather saucy illustrated sleeve of the promo version of dance music DJ Paul Woolford’s Body Double EP – the first release on Woolford’s brand new label, Intimacy. When released commercially, the thinking is that this illustration will adorn the inner, rather than the outer sleeve. Which, depending on your disposition, may save some blushes at the record shop counter… Design and art direction: Trevor Jackson. Illustration by Tom Poulton.
http://www.creativereview.co.uk/crblog/music-sweet-music/

This is the rather saucy illustrated sleeve of the promo version of dance music DJ Paul Woolford’s Body Double EP – the first release on Woolford’s brand new label, Intimacy. When released commercially, the thinking is that this illustration will adorn the inner, rather than the outer sleeve. Which, depending on your disposition, may save some blushes at the record shop counter… Design and art direction: Trevor Jackson. Illustration by Tom Poulton.

http://www.creativereview.co.uk/crblog/music-sweet-music/

June 8, 2008