by Continium .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by David Machin ; and collected by Caroline Gilmour and Patricia Wyndham.|
|Contributions||Machin, David., Gilmour, Caroline., Wyndham, Patricia.|
Simon Phipps has books on Goodreads, and is currently reading John of the Cross by Jennifer Moorcroft, How Should We Then Live? The Rise and Decline. Open Source Strategies for the Enterprise by Simon Phipps has two running themes, Classification of communities around open source projects and criticism of Open Core business model. Keeping the theme, title is little misleading even though Phipps has covered the themes in very apt manner.4/5(11). This collection of unique and evocative photography by Simon Phipps casts the city in a new light. Arranged by inner London Borough, BRUTAL LONDON takes in famous examples such as the Trellick Tower, the Brunswick Centre and the Alexandra Road Estate, as well as lesser known housing and municipal A photographic exploration of the post-war /5. 'In his new book Brutal London, Mr Phipps expounds upon his clear passion for brutalist architecture, in a collection of his own black-and-white shots of such properties as the Thamesmead development in London (where Mr Stanley Kubrick shot many scenes of his film A Clockwork Orange) and the Barbican Centre, as well as many under-appreciated properties such as Robin Hood Gardens /5(22).
Simon Phipps: looking at area's of faith, Christian living, the bible, environmental concern, social justice, equality, ethics, feminism and church. For a small book it has a lot to say, so if you enjoy these notes I highly recommend reading the whole book if you haven't. Simon Phipps I live in the beautiful West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom with my lovely wife and two children and have been involved in church leadership for ten years. I believe profoundly in the Church as a transformative power within society to build the kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven. Simon Phipps I live in the beautiful West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom with my lovely wife and two children and have been involved in church leadership for ten years. I believe profoundly in the Church as a transformative power within society to build the kingdom of God on earth as it . Call us: +44 © Simon Phipps Photography.
(Apologies to visitors looking for the full Mickeys Project. It will be offline for a short while as I am currently in the process of relocating all of the images to a new and easier to . Photographer Simon Phipps has been documenting Britain’s post-war architecture for almost twenty years. A new book, ‘Finding Brutalism’, features around of Phipps’ photographs of some buildings in all parts of the country completed between the s and the s, captured in gritty, high-contrast black and white. A new publication by photographer Simon Phipps celebrates the role of brutalist architecture in Britain’s post-war history Our admiration for all things concrete is part of our DNA, so when we found out about fine art photographer Simon Phipps’ new book on brutalist architecture, we were rubbing our hands together in Author: Ellie Stathaki. Shadow Man, penned by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Ashley Wood, was the story of Mike LeRoi a college student who becomes the slave of Nettie, a voodoo priestess who implants the Mask of Shadows into his chest. With the Mask burning within his ribcage, Mike becomes the Shadow Man – a zombie assassin with the power to take souls and travel.