White Verve and Kashgar Video of the Photo Shoot

White Verve and Kashgar Video of the Photo Shoot

Added over 6 years ago

First ever video by Kashgar, documenting our shoot with Sydney fashion label White Verve last year as part of their amazing The Wanderer 2010 spring/summer clothing collection.

0 Comments

Featured On Sale - Afghani Leather Shoes

Featured On Sale - Afghani Leather Shoes

Added over 6 years ago

These fabulous Ali Baba shoes have been a mainstay of Kashgar for many years, but its time to clear them out and make way for the new! Many different colours available! On sale now at cost!

0 Comments

Featured On Sale - Mexican Rugs

Featured On Sale - Mexican Rugs

Added over 6 years ago

These bright and beautiful handwoven 100% wool rugs come from the north of Mexico, a region famous for their use of bright colours using natural dyes and traditional native styles. A wonderful addition  to your home decor, on the floor or on the wall.  On sale now!

0 Comments

Featured On Sale - Rajasthani Water Pots

Featured On Sale - Rajasthani Water Pots

Added over 6 years ago

These Rajasthani village water pots are fashioned from hammered iron and are used to hold water and be carried on top of the head. Late 19th century to early 20th century in age, these delightful pots have been replaced in the modern world by plastic jugs and are now a piece of history. Perfect for decorating the home or the garden.  Now on sale!

0 Comments

The Bawdy Graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum

The Bawdy Graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum

Added over 6 years ago

Everyone is now familiar with the recent release of quite explicit photos and service charges found on the walls of a brothel  excavated at Pompeii, the resort town destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 CCE. Now for your viewing pleasure comes a list of bawdy graffiti scrawled on the walls of Herculaneum and Pompeii, which confirm, if we didn't already know it, that the Romans were people exactly like us, albeit slightly more obsessed with defecation...or on second thoughts, maybe not. Here is a summary of some of the funniest and rudest graffiti translated so far...

0 Comments