Val Perrin’s Empty Brick Lane - In this final selection from Val Perrin‘s superb pictures of Spitalfields taken between 1970-72, and published now for the first time, I have focussed on his atmospheric photography of the deserted streets, recording the sense of abandonment and dereliction which prevailed at that time. | Spitalfields Life
Polka dots, words, black and white, color — the possibilities are endless. Counter clockwise from the upper left Behind Every Great Man, Mustache, Blue and Red Pattern, Polka Dots, Geometric, and Yellow and Pink Triangles.
Graphic w. a black background & various rectangles in blue, pink, orange. To the left is an artsy illustration of a woman wearing a balaclava type hat, w/ 4 jester-like horns. Her face is teal & it has various shapes in yellow orange, red, pink and lime green. Behind her is a white circle w/ a lime green rectangle on top. The text (narrow and white) reads “Tips for journalists for avoiding ableism" w/ a red !