This crazed, brilliant cigarette paper dispenser parody from Linares-Baeza train station makes optimal use of the space available to generate powerful feelings of longing. It was produced on a miniscule budget–OCB now contracts work directly to dispenser fillers, who it feels have their fingers firmly on the pulse (that’s standard Andalusian for purse) of the cancered consumer.
It strikes me as a considerable improvement on what this blogger describes as a successful viral for the same brand:
(Photo credit: El Ciruco)
- Paronamic views
More modern standard Andalusian from El Ciruco: You may fantasise about him blogging here, but someone would have to pay the shelf
- Three versions of “El relicario”
Raquel Meller, the most successful Spanish artist of the 20th century, struggling with pitch and pace in 1914: Sara Montiel, who made
- When the Japanese ruled Spain
Linguistic evidence for Japanese domination, with several field reports of a more general nature.
- Does anyone actually use the CCCB website?
They can’t spell the name of their main exhibition. Plus: Raval teachers.
- Two famous English students
IRQ posts a brilliant photo of Espe and abstentionist dog above a piece by “Hughes” which kicks off with Ana María