The Dark Angels are a come and go crew. They create then disappear like street art. Their works exist in fragments, particles that float, dust motes that spin before the wind that blows them to faraway places. They are individuals that work as one. Deep as oceans, as impenetrable as the night. Art urchins and poets, they dissolve before they form. They are the Dark Angels, they are discharge. They are a bloody mouthful.

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Stint of Fish

1001 books you must read before you die, 19th century, 20th century, a. a. milne, ackroyd, action, adventure, africa, african literature, alan moore, alternate history, american, american literature, animals, arthur conan doyle, atheism, aubrey/maturin, autobiography, aviation history, beatles, biggles, biography, biology, british, british fiction, british history, british lit, british literature, bronte, buddhism, c.s. lewis, charles dickens, chicklit, childrens literature, classic, classic fiction, classic lit, classic literature, classic sci-fi, comedy, comics, coming of age, conspiracy, contemporary, contemporary fiction, dan brown, daniel clowes, dark tower series, darwin, david nicholls, dystopia, edward marston, elvis cole, england, english, english literature, erotic romance, erotica, espionage, essays, evolution, fantasy, fiction, fictional biography, football, foundation series, frank miller, friendship, g.k. chesterton, george orwell, graphic novel, green mile, his dark materials, historical fiction, history, horror, humor, humour, isaac asimov, j.g. ballard, james bond, james herriot, jeeves and wooster, jeffrey archer, jilly cooper, john wyndham, london, magical realism, mark twain, memoir, music, mystery, neil gaiman, nick hornby, non-fiction, pat barker, patrick o'brian, peter ackroyd, philip pullman, poetry, raymond chandler, relationships, richard adams, richard dawkins, robert crais, romance, sandman, sarah waters, science, science fiction, sherlock holmes, short stories, social commentary, stephen king, supernatural, suspense, thomas hardy, thriller, utility fish, vampires, victorian, w. somerset maugham, w.e. johns, w.e.johns, world war 1 

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