Monthly Archives: October 2010

Peter E. Sayers’ Travel Diary

In 1959 Peter E. Sayers, a serious young man from St. Kilda East, and nine other ‘young Australian ambassadors’ embarked on an amazing 3-month ‘grand tour’ of the USA.  They saw the best and the worst of Cold War America, … Continue reading

Posted in Sketches, The everyday and the surreal, Travel

Anna May Wong’s Lucky Shoes

Architecture students doing my Popular Art, Architecture and Design course at the University of Melbourne have designed and made pairs of shoes for the Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong, which will appear in a book about Anna May to be … Continue reading

Posted in Film and television, The everyday and the surreal | 1 Comment

The Clubhouse Experiment: Arthur Purnell and the Commonwealth Golf Club

The above article has just been published in GOLF ARCHITECTURE no. 12, 2010

Posted in A.W. Purnell