Below are patterns seen in and around Muscat, Oman. They consist of buildings, windows, tiles, and carvings from the simplistic to the elaborate.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
After an incredibly hot wander around the old town of Muscat in the searing 40 degree heat, here are a few water colour and ink sketches of what I saw today.
Today was supposed to be a day of true bravery. I, Emily Pulham, am petrified of flying (probably shouldn’t have moved to an island then, hey?), but decided in the name of saving £200 that I would be just fine taking off and landing three separate times in one day on my way to visit […]
This week’s immersive theatre adventure (done by Immer-City) took me to an abandoned house basement in Borough, and combined the supernatural with a historical murder mystery. It was billed as “An immersive thriller set in an old room that has been shut up for thirty years. Newly weds, Joseph and Fiona Warding, have called three sisters […]
I like lists. I like lists soo much. Any lists anyone posts on facebook I will absolutely read. Some lists are not on the same levels as others. This is a post about a list a friend of mine posted on facebook, about the 20 things you need to accomplish in your 20s. It’s possibly […]
One of the best shows I’ve seen in London, hands down. The show is a collective of various artists using light as a medium for their work. Works include neons, dancing LED lights, playing with shadows, and exploring optical illusions. You can’t take any pictures in there (and rightly so, as you really don’t want […]