You might not be a fan of the band, but if you are a fan of the artist’s work, you probably want to own a reissued The Beatles 1962 limited edition screenprint by Sir Peter Blake.
Month: April 2012
The most amazing thing about The Strypes is that they sound like they do, but they’re all around 15 years old.
Claudio at DNA Groove has just the thing for the dapper mod about town – some pure silk pocket squares.
Another interesting video clip, with a tailor known as Mr Holland talking about the younger man and his changing tastes in suits, dating from 1960.
Absolute Beginners – it was the film franchise that couldn’t fail. A cult novel that reads like a film screenplay, a ‘hip’ director and a bag load of goodwill. But it did fail – and unlike most movies that get ripped apart by the critics, this one didn’t even get […]
It really was grim up north in the 1960s – and if you want to know how grim, check out A Taste Of Honey.
She was an icon of the early-to-mid 1960s, a noted British pop artist, a dancer on teen TV shows, a poet, an actress on mainstream TV, a star of the BBC’s Pop Goes The Easel documentary and a beauty of the day.
I suspect there will be a few posters at the official James Bond 50th anniversary exhibition, but probably not as good as these James Bond 50th anniversary posters by Max Dalton.