The truth isn’t always an uplifting business

Hang around the Irish pubs of West London for long enough and you’re sure to hear some harsh political opinions. If you don’t watch out, you might even get to holding some of them yourself. The truth isn’t always an uplifting business, but there are no lies in Big Tom, the out of work steel fixer…

Brick Lane Mega-Gallery Pt. 2

Here are the street art pieces we saw on our trip to Brick Lane last weekend. I will say nothing more and let the work speak for itself… again.  

Brick Lane Mega-Gallery Pt. 1

Here are the street art pieces we saw on our trip to Brick Lane last weekend. I will say no more and let the work speak for itself.

Constantly redecorating the city’s walls

Only last week, I posted about the unprecedented rate that new art-works are appearing around Camden Town. Sure enough, I went for a short walk around town this afternoon and quickly spotted a few new pieces. It is almost beyond question at this point that if you’re a street-artist wanting to get yourself noticed around…

A Rural Idyll in Steady Decline

The people of that plainly built farming town led simple lives and were proud of the hardship and forfeiture rural existence assumed of them. They knew their place in that world and – as is customary in such isolated surroundings – they conducted themselves with the same sheltered constancy as so many of their forebears had done for generations before.

A Night at The Castle

The locals at the The Castle are not afraid to tell you what they think of you, and I know of a good few people who won’t even go in there. You won’t see many women drinking in this scruffy pit, but you will find plenty of bucks from back across the water who wrongly…