image: Wooden walkways cross open cellars, where houses have been completely destroyed by bombing. Temporary huts and
ladders have been erected. In the background is the solid mass of St Paul's Cathedral.
Drawn while the artist was a student at Hornsey College of Art.
St Paul's Cathedral firm and solid indestructible chaotic bomb sites black holes leading to cellars like gateways to hell
a point of no return. A maze of bricks and mortar and pink flowered weed shades of purples stack of reducibles at the side of wall-faded
wallpaper and white tiled bricks.
Submarines played a key role in operations throughout the Cold War. Commodore Frederic Thompson, kept himself and his crewmates entertained, by creating ‘radio’ programmes, which were then broadcast over the submarine’s internal speakers.