I think Andy Potts, who designed this cover, did a brilliant job. In his words “I concocted this image that suggested the main themes with a simple composition based around a lock shape, rendered in a ‘quantumy’ fashion, that’s a word right?”
Rugged, battered and clunky but still flyable — indestructible Cessna 172.
"Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone."
Sharing a misery of bad weather with a spider. Moments of arachnophilia.
Pig’s can’t fly. Nonsense. Here is the first one, in a basket tied to a wing-strut of an aeroplane (4 November 1909). I dig the style of John Theodore Cuthbert Moore-Brabazon, the pioneer of British aviation.
This is what happened when an ex-pro cyclist, Flavio Zappi, decided to run a cafe.
Breakfast time in Oxford.