Tag Archives : Banksy

Bored of London? There’s much more to England! (part one)

I love London. And every time I see the logo above, this song starts looping in my mind. It never fails. The people, the history, the culture, and the Underground. I adore the Underground, and just looking at the map and reading the names of the stations can make me all misty-eyed. The big old city with so much content…

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Art: Street art captured in Shoreditch, part 1

When it comes to the world of art I find myself at a bit of a loss. It pains be a bit, to be quite frank, as I don’t like to be an ignoramus. Most of what is termed art just leaves me wondering though. The  photo-realistic oil paintings by the old masters are very impressive stuff, but other art, where there…

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Shop visit: Lot 333 – an international selection in Bergen

In my previous “Shop visit” I introduced you to T-Michael, probably Norway’s premier men’s tailor and menswear designer. Today I visit the shop just round the corner from T-Michael: Over the past years, whenever I’ve been in Bergen, I’ve made a point of stopping by Lot 333 to check out their selection. Shops with a truly international flavour and inventory…

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