Tag: brighton

I had this crazy idea just before I fell asleep a few days ago. What if… what if consumable art and media was proportionally priced? What if music CDs had a sliding scale of cost, from $5 through to $20, depending on your current net disposable income? What if a student could buy a video game for $10, while an affluent worker must pay $50 for the same product? I’ll just get this out of the way at the start:…

I have nothing other than a photo of a pretty butterfly that found its way into my bedroom yesterday. It’s not quite as impressive as the hawk moth, but still magnificent in its own way! I’m only really sharing this because I liked the reflected light shining through its wings — the colour really shouldn’t be that vibrant! If you have a good monitor, or you get very close (don’t worry, no one can see you) you can see the…

(There are photos further down, so if you don’t like reading and stuff, just scroll down.) In the spring, in May, England is blanketed in beautiful blooms and that gorgeous, bitter lime green of plants coming back to life. In the summer, for those glorious two weeks, England is lovely, lazy and hazy, but a little humid. In the autumn we have acre upon acre of auburn, golden, crinkly-leaved forests to walk through. Crunch, crunch. The sun, an hour before…