Long time guardian of face fluff, William Clark, divides his time between the editing suite of Variant magazines plush city centre chambers and his remote Highland hunting hideaway. Squire Clarks co-editor, blonde bombshell Leigh French, has recently joined the ranks of the bearded, albeit on a sporadic, guerilla style hit and run basis. This young tikes facial forestry is a shock of vibrant late autumn sunshine with just a hint of iced lemon. As noted, the creature is a non-permanent feature but a most welcome sighting when days grow shorter and the chill hand of winter caresses our flushed cheeks.
Moving on Eastwards, tramping purposefully twixt hill and loch, we come to the fair city of Dundee and more particularly our cart draws up sharply at the raised drawbridge of top peoples gallery DCA, "The Lisson of The North". Within its lottery funded walls lucky twitchers may spy curatorial intern Robin E Tuffnell. Robins nest, like Master Frenchs before him, is a periodic visitor to the craggy outcrop of his jaw but when in season its bold, raw plumage is a tonic for the jaded city eye. As the poet said, "Cast thy gaze upon the field, For a tonic it will surely yield."
Who will join their ranks in 2002? Keep em peeled.
Next issue: Shoulderpad Shocker. Plus, if you thought the Bowlhead style was a thing of the past then think again. We have startling evidence of a disturbing new trend. Its not all piss poor post punk retro round here you know.
|Cortina N Bradstaff|
|Back to Main Menu|