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Paul Klee

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Desperately Seeking Johnny Neptune

I need a picture of a post in the snow. This one below just won’t do.

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It was a busy weekend

including a very long wait for a curry during which time the only thing to do was drink. Now I need a lie down. I’d like to do it on one of these, but I don’t have one. If anybody … Continue reading

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Great poles of the world # 1

This, composed of multi-coloured melamine and steel bands, is outside the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin; I’d be very surprised if anyone could improve on it, pole-wise. My friend Johnny Neptune has said that it looks beautiful in the snow and … Continue reading

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