The London public art war that saved 2020

One morning in November 1924, readers perusing their Morning Post (one assumes served by a butler, crisply-ironed on a tray with their bed-tea) were informed of a grievance in the form of a public letter.

The signatories demanded the removal of the newly unveiled sculpture in Hyde Park with as little delay as possible. The letter was signed by several…

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Neel Dozome

Neel Dozome

I write about type history and books culture, with a particular interest in graphic novels. Can almost do a hand stand.