We can learn a lot about the city by what it displays
What the physicality of manuscripts can tell us, some delightful interventions in our public spaces, and the unique version of ourselves carried by each…
How do things persist? Rituals, roses, oranges. Each bring joy, and so we fight to preserve them.
From the sharp delineation of sunlight and shadow to the soft blur of rain, with stops for colour and street art along the way.
The approach of Easter brings thoughts of the afterlife, brotherhood, sacrifice, betrayal, and walking through the city in spring.
Rational cheese and a tobacco ballet, how cities shape conversation, and the joy of mapmaking. A new year inspires reflection on how we imagine…
Like the mixed tapes I made in my youth, an eclectic mix of material – sports, seasons, sidewalk libraries, elections – and yes, mixed tapes.
As the plant world goes into hibernation, some reflections on what our relationship with it can tell us about ourselves.
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