Tag: psychogeography

Free e-book set around Brum's independent pubs.

"Can you drink in all of Birmingham city centre’s independent hostelries in one day? Yes of course, although it might not be sensible. An unchained psychogeographic adventure from the editors of Dirty Bristow—Concrete and Cocktails: a journey to Birmingham’s glitter-stained…

What Colour is the 11 route?

From my 111111 explorations: This year I decided to see what colour the outer circle was. I’ve been fascinated with an iPhone app called Color Identifier that does nothing else but read out the colours it detects in the centre of the…

Are you an 11A or an 11C?

Which way do you like to go round? Don’t forget we want a circuit off you on the 11th November. Either way you’ll want one of these badges, or both, or a number of both. 50p each (plus p+p, should…

B29, or is it?

Lovely psychogeography from an bunch of B29-ers, in which they took  slow slow wander around the edges of their postcode. They feel attached to reppin’ their endz, but someone obviously does not: Not quite as much as these Suttonians tho’.

Cock out — Eccentric City 3

Birmingham-based wonder Harry Palmer announces the launch of the third (issue k/3) Eccentric City newspaper. The paper — the World’s First Eccentric Tabloid — will “preview, present and promote the nuances of personal and creative pursuits, interests and fascinations”. “18…

Alternative Birmingham Landmarks for an open top bus tour

Ben says: "I'd like to put together a list of places around the city (preferably the city centre) that hold personal resonances for people who've visited Birmingham, people who live, work and play here. And once I've got a list…