That's exactly the kind of dentistry you want isn't it? Conservative dentistry. Not radical dentistry or progressive dentristry, just tried and trusted, plodding, non-experimental conservative dentistry.
I'm assuming this is Pizza Hut. I hope so. It shows the power of a small red hat.
This is everyone at the conference I spoke at - waving because I took a photo to show Arthur what I was doing. I think this was the highlight of my presentation. I got a bit rambly after this. John Griffiths was there too. (You can see him on the front row.) I bet he was better than me.
A display of old sewing machines in the hotel. Obviously.
Went to Watford today to talk to the advertising students. Very nice bunch. Asked good questions. But the highlight was my reserved sparking space with my name on it. Made me feel good. (shame about the spelling though). It reminded me how all the non-heirachical, flat, democratic companies I like working for really let you down when it comes to pointless but gratifying symbols of seniority. I'd love a reserved parking space, but I'd hate to work for the kind of company that would give me one. Dilemma.
Troubling posters all over New York. Like someone wrote a bunch of notes in a brainstorming and then decided to just run them all.
Arthur's suddenly into Star Wars. He now knows the letter X because it's the letter that looks like an X-wing fighter. That's educational.
Central Park children's zoo. Brilliant.
There are lots of people like this. Press them lightly for talking. Press harder for shouting.
OK. The first Cafe Preservation Society meeting is going to be Friday 25th of Feb. About 6.30. At the New Piccadilly.
The plan is simply to get together and work out what we could/should/might actually do. At the moment it's just me and Patrick but allcomers are welcome.
If you're thinking of coming you could send me an email - that might be useful. (email@example.com)
WARNING: This post bangs on about advertising/branding thinking and stuff. So if you're looking for pictures of amusing street furniture please come back later, normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.