After a swift bit of haggling, bordering on dodgy – Quote: “You’re not a tax man are you?”
- I am now the proud owner of a space age lumbar support unit.
I’ve justified it to myself [the following is to remind me why I've been so extravagant]:
I need to remain mobile into the foreseeable future.
People are relying on me to produce top quality stuff for them.
My bottom likes it. What price posterial gratification?
My back likes it – that hideous pain has already diminished after a few hours.
It’s a design classic which will last a long time.
I got it very very cheap [ relatively speaking, cough cough ].
I’m worth it.
Woop de doo
“I’m sorry, the number you are calling is using a non-microsoft compliant phone. Please advise the callee that they need to upgrade to MS Phone 2005.”
Lets all sign up for the Microsoft phone service !
I’m in heaven, my back supported, neck no longer creaks.
Now my bum is happy on this chair so sleek.
It’s no longer squashed up badly cheek to cheek.
Back in July 04 I wrote up my trip to the Saul Bass exhibition at the Design Museum. I recently came across a new site that documents all of the Saul Bass movie title designs and has a useful slideshow of each. I guess copyright prevents a full video / audio stream – which would be just brill. Thorough stuff and recommended for movie titles or graphics geeking. Striking how Bass continues to influence contemporary graphics.