Wednesday, 6 July 2011


Last weekend I spent a lot of time under the roof of Norwich Arts Centre.
In the day time selling my wares at Clutter City Market and the evening soaking up the fantastic sounds of Sargasso Trio (after some good food at Franks Bar).
A day very well spent.

I was lucky enough to make aquaintance with a lovely creative couple: Jim Mortram and Sister Planet, my awesome stall neighbours at Clutter City.

Sticker gift from Sister P.

Jim's an award winning photographer of environmental social reportage stories and portraiture. Sister Planet (Laura Manfre) describes herself as a french illustrator and vintage lover.

Be sure to have a look on their websites, just click the names above.


Despite a reluctance to add to an ever growing list of usernames and passwords I've just signed up to Twitter.

Find me @_JoelBenjamin_

I'll no doubt use it to endlessly Retweet posts and Skateboarding snippets.


I may appear at Les Beaux Velos this coming Sunday at Upper St Giles Street, Norwich.

My part time retail job has me hooked on 12 hour long overnight shifts, one of which is that very same evening/night/following morning. Whether it would be a good idea to spend the day prior to that anywhere else but in bed is, as yet, undecided.


Just to throw a few more links in here:

The online shop is still going strong at -

Current musical obsession - Timber Timbre

1 comment:

sister planet said...

Thanks again for this very kind post! It was really nice to meet you!
We LOVE the wolves in cars fanzine! Merci!!!