After some deliberation we decided that the best way to start the process was to release the details of the first 100 albums, listed alphabetically, from each letter of the alphabet each week. So on 1st May we will release the first 100 A’s, on 8th May the first 100 B’s, 15th May first 100 C’s, and so on.
We also hope that by doing it on a week by week basis, you will keep coming back week after week, eager and excited to explore more of John’s collection.
Ferdinand A. Porsche (1935-2012)
On 6th of April, the automotive world has lost one of the most important and iconic sets of mind & heart as far as car design is concerned.
Ferdinand A. Porsche, grandson of the great Ferdinand Porsche who founded Porsche automobiles, was responsible for the shape of the 911 we know and love since the very early 60’s. And that is quite a legacy to leave to the rest of the world.
“Design must be functional and functionality has to be translated visually into aesthetics, without gags that have to be explained first.
A product that is coherent in form requires no adornment. It is enhanced by the purity of its form — good design should be honest.”
Off out to watch my local favorites, I do really like Slow Club. Enjoy.