Archive for July, 2016

Brutalism Disappearing

On my doorstep remain some unsung heroes of brutalist architecture, some have already gone. People seem to think the movement ugly, unworthy and a past that should be forgotten. I prefer to revere it, the forgotten, the mundane and invisible still contains beauty in my eyes.  

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Mourning Kiev

There’s lots going on around the world at the moment, and it brought back memories of my first visit to Kiev. Its difficult to imagine what I was expecting from my visit to Ukraine. Since a boy in the early 80’s, I’ve been fascinated by the mysteries of Eastern Europe, […]

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