Author Archives: thomasglencross

Fashion designers, Turner Prize winners, and You.

I was walking down Essex Road a week ago and came across this block of flats. Around the time they were built twenty or more years ago, at the tail end of the loadsa money eighties and the middle of … Continue reading

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love song

LOVE SONG Brass plaque screwed into stone lacquer so thick on cheap paneling it had become one of those evenings and granny’s money would sort it, the world would spin for them throwing lotus tiles at their feet Red wine … Continue reading

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spirituality is a feeling you can own

SPIRITUALITY IS A FEELING YOU CAN OWN Stonehenge:    cereal boxes Everyone:        all costumes the front seats all the way back of the european hatchback two young men take the analogue research chemical hallucinogen the blue sun visor windscreen chrome … Continue reading

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Not Main Entry Here

In one of those moods again, so decided to take a walk and some photos around Kings Cross. Both the station and its surroundings have transformed rapidly over the past five or so years in what is one of the … Continue reading

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reading

reading in an infinity pool so you can look out over the sea like you’re in the top-flight in the battle against relegation previous flatmates have all been musicians or creatives of some sorts and I would love to keep it that way … Continue reading

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Outdoors in Black and White

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Interiors in Black and White

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