Saturday, March 7, 2009
Art of Lost Words Exhibition
Yesterday the Art of Lost Words exhibition opened, in a most impressive venue - the old German Gymnasium, which stands just outside St. Pancras Station. It's big, it's Victorian, it's got hooks in the ceiling, for climbing ropes as you can see above. And this weekend only, it has a Morsicant.
Go and learn a whole lot of new old disused words while looking at nice art! Here is a taster.
There's also a limited edition screen-printed comic to go with my knitted beastie.
You can buy a print online, here!
Boring Event Of The Day:
On the way back got stuck in Blackfriars station. Waited on platform four for some time, looking at the advertising posters thinking: "Tina Turner... wow she looks young... advert for a golfing tournament... with Meat Loaf... in 1988... I don't think trains will come here actually..." and they didn't. Took me two hours to get back home. From central London. AGAIN.
at 9:45 AM