If a historic or heritage venue, heck, any venue, says they have smoking policies, please do obey them. Odds are it isn't purely draconian, but is, for example, to protect vulnerable items, or prevent sensitive alarm equipment going off and you all having to go and stand outside while the food goes cold and the fizzy goes flat. Also, it doesn't matter who you are, what you paid for, or who you know, if you've been told, you’ve been told. Security don't muck about.
It's August, and this year, amazingly, Attendant's View is ten.
Yes, these ramblings have been going for a decade now, so thanks for beling along for the journey!
To celebrate, I'm posting a cartoon a day on social media throughout August, starting from the first one published here, and moving through in order. Once we hit the end of August, I'll be doing Throwback Thursdays.
Of course, there were posts which weren't cartoons, but were written observations, more serious reviews or opinions etc, so feel free to skip through the archives and have a look for yourself!
First Post in quite a few months.
They have been very strange months.
This was actually drawn a while ago having just visited a major exhibition where I assume that the label heights were intended to be accessible for all? Or something? But ended up so low down almost everyone took a hunched position of some kind, and then crabbed their way along the packed lines.
Even if you could peep at an object between people, good luck trying to see any written interpretation about it...
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