This article starts with an image still from the film Otolith II, 2007 – featuring iconic red phone boxes.
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The recent Pink Floyd exhibition held at the V&A used the iconic British phone box through-out:
A friend of mine, Hope, has just got herself some new tattoos and there is one that is pretty special to this blog:
Thanks to Shiraz for this link for the blog:
“The famous phone boxes”: a review of ‘Out of Order by David Mach
We took a holiday in Canada/USA last month and I have a few photos to post:
Banksy likes a phone box – and so, it seems, does someone else…
A bit of street art and entertainment, as seen from above, utilising the phone box (July 2016, Canary Wharf, London).
A Mayfair phone box will be transformed into a glowing aquarium and trees will be hung with lights when the Lumiere festival come to Lndon next month. Neon balloon dogs will set up home in the Strand, while angel-like figures, by Cedric Le Borgne, will appear around St James. The French artist is one of more than 20 who will use light shows and special effects to brighten up streets from Kings Cross to the West End from January 14 to 17. Curator Helen Marriage said:
“Lumiere London is a free event, accessible to all.”