deRAnged Part 6: Wide-Eyed – a Review

London is my private photographer’s Mekka. Every time I go to London I check all the photo exhibitions and soak up the inspiration they provide. I was delighted that my third trip to London this summer coincided with Sarah Dunn’s short show “Wide-Eyed”, and I made that the first port of call after my arrival.…

Identifiers

In case you haven’t noticed it by now – Guylty is a bit of a doer, rather than a thinker, i.e. I tend to rashly *do* first and think later. Recipe for disaster. I should’ve thought the whole button badge thing through first. Note to self: Poll button is a no-go area. But first of…

TC+1 – Please Answer My Poll *EDITED*

ETA: Ok, as there is objection to the wording, how about the poll as it is down there is first of all only a way of determining the DESIGN of the badge? Vote again if that changes your opinion. Wording to be decided later. And as for text – if we need a new adjective…

The Final Curtain

Ok. Change of plan. No exhibition review today. I think this day merits a bit of celebration. I am scheduling this particular post for exactly 11.10pm – round about the time when The Crucible usually finished these last twelve weeks. And why do I do so? To mark the last time the curtain falls on…

(Collectively) DeRAnged Part 5: Fan Meets Galore

Don’t know about you, but this is part of the whole DeRAnged series that I have been particularly looking forward to. Much like in RL. Yeah, I know, I know, you (and I) love hearing all about “yer man”, how great he is, how well he acts, his wit, his art, his bum, how irresistible…

Emergency *ooof*: Moving

Oh Christ Almighty! This is not a blog on religion. Do read on. Shall I leave it at that? It’s pretty much descriptive of my initial analysis of the latest bombshell that Sarah Dunn has dropped on us. What an image. Well, two images, of which I am only going to look at one although…