Monday, 26 June 2017

Anglo Saxon Fertility Gods

Thursday, 19 March 2015

"The [Cement & Concrete] association was a research organisation, and I was asked to produce an example illustrating as many methods of producing textures, finishes and colours as possible. I chose to execute my version of the Anglo-Saxon fertility rite known as the Corn King and the Spring Queen. After all, the garden at Wexham was as fertile an area as one was likely to find."
These are by the guy who did the Hockley Flyover work (see previous post).  An apprentice to a firm of painters and decorators who went on to do municipal and public artworks of all sorts all over the world.  His website is a hauntalogical f---ing goldmine.  See here:

William Mitchell

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