Gareth Fuller is an artist and explorer. His work acts as a layered gaze into the identity of urban and rural places, transcribing their personal, geographical, and social meanings into what he calls ‘maps of the mind’. The results of these transcriptions are vast and intricate hand-drawn compositions – a series of visual portraits that express his personal and purposeful wanderings.
For many, this imposing landmark, The Ryugyong Hotel is the signature building of Pyongyang. Part science -fiction, part pyramid, the shadow cast by this mega-structure reaches across people’s minds as it does across the city.
A future design for London; dreamy elevated cycle paths weave amongst buildings and across the city, passing by Star Lane DLR station.
There are many legends surrounding the village of Harman’s Cross and its name. One tells of a man named Harman – a murderer hung at the crossroads. Why a village would be named after a murderer’s execution remains a mystery.