attended the framlingham gravity go kart competition to take pics of my nephew bilal and his mate nathan's entry 'F Zero' which was engineered and constructed by chap over the course of last year - it was very entertaining, sort of like a rural Mint 400 without the mind bending drugs and booze - hunter s. tomoland was also in attendance to document the event -
check out this awesome pic of Tomoland's Uncle Kit taken in a lear jet in the 80's - that's him on the left clutching a copy of Playboy - he scanned this and sent it over from nassau a few minutes ago - nice one Kit!
this is the book that the wicker man was adapted from - hardy, schaffer and lee bought the movie rights from pinner back in the day for about 10K I think - this is the 1968 second edition in paperback that cost me about 40 dollars - I love the cover - it's been reissued recently in a far less impressive jacket -
very sad to hear about mca's untimely death - the beasties are an institution and provided the soundtrack to a lot of great times in my life - one of my all time fave memories is being sent to ny by the nme to photograph them in the late nineties, I only got half an hour with them and moaned a lot, but in retrospect it was still awesome - here;s a battered old polaroid from my scrap book taken outside the soho grand using my kittens dressed as american football players back drop -
went to see ss's mates band paserella death squad who were supporting KXP who were top entertainment - at the shacklewell arms where i saw an amazing poster that looks like set design left over from a nathan barley episode -