Phone Lovers by Banksy.
Check out the video:
As a thought, could a didgeridoo player use their ‘rotary breathing’ skill to pass a breathaliser test?
Great sculptures by Phylida Barlow (top) at Tate Britain.
Although I wonder how long it’ll be before we see some ‘Angry Birds’ merchandise appearing amidst the scaffolds? (I think the Stuckists have dropped the ball on this one).
Don’t expect to find many teaspoons available when you buy a coffee in the new members’ room at Tate Britain. Designed by Nicole Wermers for Tate and apparently not on sale in the shop, a lot of members are nicking them.
The new members’ room at Tate Britain is furnished with these single-seater / reduced length versions of a ‘chaise longue’ - seriously good for sprawling in.
Wall plaque by Christine Binnie.
I still can’t see Ralph McTell on the TV without remembering the sketch from ‘Big Train’:
Apparently modern art was ‘a CIA weapon’.
OK, I can live with that.
Well the print of Jackson Pollock’s ‘Summertime: Number 9A’ in my lounge that is. Not the original in Tate Modern, they wouldn’t let me.
Mazzy Star, ‘Fade into you’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWvEXChflEE
Pink Fairies, ‘Walk don’t run’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArdXAF5ajTA
PiL, ‘This is not a love song’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gkgp6Vv8zXU
Brutal Simplicity Theme