Just for a day, visit Coventry city centre in 1968. Taken from 'Colour in Shopping' by C.E. Fudge, a portfolio of pictures and criticism on urban design submitted for the British Paint Prize 1968, these pictures show life in British cities at the end of the sixties in all their mundanity and glory. Everything looks clean, all the older women look like the Monty Python team, and nobody notices or minds C.E. Fudge capturing their daily lives with his or her camera. Oh, and C.E. Fudge was very busy, going as far as Cumbernauld. More soon.
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