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• • • Being a journal by artist and designer John Coulthart, cataloguing interests, obsessions and passing enthusiasms.


The art of François Houtin


Grand Totem n°1 (2001).

From a collection of etching of imaginary gardens by the French artist at Galleria del Leone.


Pyramide n°1 (1991).

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The etching and engraving archive



Posted in {architecture}, {art}, {black and white}.





11 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by A. H.


    I’m so glad you posted these…I was thinking I should do so at some point! Simply unique, amazing images.

  2. #2 posted by John


    I’ve known about his work for a while but last time I looked there wasn’t a decent selection to see–or if there was, I missed it.

  3. #3 posted by Jan

  4. #4 posted by John


    And of course Mister Aitch did a typically quality post. I should have remembered that.

  5. #5 posted by xtiaan


    god i miss Mr H
    le sigh….

  6. #6 posted by xtiaan


    not that you dont also do a lovely job of things Mr Coulthart

  7. #7 posted by John


    Mister Aitch is still sorely missed. I recommend you check out A Journey Round My Skull for rare books and the pictures they contain. Different emphasis to Mister Aitch but fascinating all the same.

  8. #8 posted by xtiaan


    Thanks for the link, Id rather given up on blogs, its bad enough being inside of my skull, access to the inside someone else’s usually proves intolerable, but not so on this occaison…

  9. #9 posted by xtiaan


    heres a couple of places i frequently lurk in that you might like

    shit i just went to the nonist and found he has shut up shop as well, its like someone is going round making my fav bloggers retire, fuckle. 0_o

  10. #10 posted by John


    Thanks, I was alerted to Notcot after they linked here once and had a big spike of web traffic as a result.

    Yes, The Nonist is gone too. Not so much of a surprise to me as he’d been talking aloud about doing something outside the blog format. I think he even retired for a while and then returned. Five years seems to be the cut-off point for many people.

  11. #11 posted by Ed


    I know that Armstrong Fine Art has a nice selection on their website and I believe that is only a small part of what they offer. Check them out!






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