Loved this by Lisa Rutyer
And this by Julian Opie
And this photograph of a geisha drinking Coca Cola by Noboyoshi Akaki (interesting Guardian article here, he sounds like a naughty chap). Apologies for red flash.
This stall was like being in an Ayn Rand novel:
That's a fucking huge machine gun from the 30s
A model of the Chrysler building by John Elwell:
D-Type Jaguar model also by Elwell
A Bloomin' Stradivarius
One of Dali's Knights sketches. Without sounding like an art wang, I adore this.
Arg, this one's unamed, I thought it was Sea Eagle by Maurice Prost but I've looked it up and I think he must be responsible for the sculptures below.
Street Scene by Raoul du Gardier
Self Portrait by Tony Bevan:
Oh ho ho, now here is a necklace, pair of earrings and a tiara by Phillips of Cockspur made in 1885 in the style of something a little more Egyptian, using beetle wings. Want.
While you're at it see this Victorian dress made with 1000 beetles' wings. I think they'd go rather well together, or perhaps that'd be overkill...
Christian Bérard portrait by Freud.
19th Century Indian thrones.
Nearly there kids, just a little more high falutin' culture and then we'll be back to the usual programme of weird crap from the corners of the internet.
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