Cookies In The Nuclear Suitcase

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Dessert Storm?

It rained last week for the first time in a very long time, but it rained mostly beautifully colored sand from the Sahara, which felt rather exotic, or interplanetary. I had dreams of walking on Mars

Steps to Terrace

Not a Rothko

 

Grayson & Perry Go Large

I have a framed tea towel by Grayson Perry that seems to be extoling the virtues of Patience & Humility and asking one to contemplate Grayson's lifelong teddy bear mentor Alan Measles on a motorbike

But when all that runs out

 

 

Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin?

The label might imply that this is a tin that likes to lunch. I was so confused by its simplicity l bought it.

“I have no idea what's in this tin. I think it's bits of a pig and stuff from a chemistry lab … or something” – Hoxton Blue-Mental

I hope at a later date to let you know how this lunch went, or came.

Actually, I am pretty sure I won't.

 

 

Dali Straits?

Did Salvador Dali fly over The Gibraltar Strait in a dream balloon to conceive his painting of The Persistence of Memory? Observe my fellow observers the similarity of the melting Dali self portrait on the sand and then cast your observations to the arial view of The Rock that is Gibralter. Day by day I have come to consider Dali less a Surrealist and more a Realist.

Did Dali simply copy future postcards?

You decide