I hand made bow ties while our guests sat back and enjoyed the cocktails and in house brew.
The pieces will be up online soon and a huge thanks to all who came down and supported the Pop Shop!
And a great popup shop it was too.
The Watcher, 1906 by Clarence Hudson White (1871-1925) and The Incantation, 1901 by John Cimon Warburg, (1867-1931) both photographs © Royal Photographic Society/ National Media Museum
This weekend go and see…. Witches & Wicked Bodies
For over 500 years witches have held an enduring attraction for artists. These two photographs from the National Photography Collection are currently on display in this new exhibition alongside depictions of witches by a diverse range of artists including Albrecht Dürer, Francisco de Goya, William Blake, Paula Rego and Cindy Sherman. Witches & Wicked Bodies explores the representation of witches throughout art history, from hideous hags to beautiful seductresses.
Witches & Wicked Bodies at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art until 3rd November 2013.
- Yuri Gagarin’s first words upon returning to earth, to a woman and a girl near where his capsule landed. (12 April 1961) The woman asked: “Can it be that you have come from outer space?” to which Gagarin replied: “As a matter of fact, I have!” (via asonlynasacan)
“Spanish photographer Cristina De Middel’s fictional documentation of a failed 1960s space programme in Zambia - The Afronauts - has just been nominated for the 2013 Deutsche Borse photography prize.”