Updates and follow-ups on recent favourites: Ithell Colquhoun, Surrealist exhibitions, and badass pulp fiction.
A review of the Fulgur Press edition of Ithell Colquhoun's Taro As Colour.
I'm not often lost for words, but I don't know how to begin to describe this exhibition to you.
Do I have to spell it out? GET THIS BOOK.
... From an occultist point of view, the most interesting item is probaby Varo's letter to Gerald Gardner. She begins by telling him that she and her friend Leonora Carrington have been reading his book, and that she would like to begin a correspondence with him ...