This woman goes under so many pseudonyms that it’s incredibly hard to keep up with her mysterious online presence. What we can gauge from it however is that she has impeccable taste and an incredible knack for hoarding. Patricia (if that is her real name) spends her time collating designs and illustrations from the good old days and tidying them into categories on separate blogs.
So far her repertoire includes blogs of vintage children’s’ books, men’s hats, pin-ups and one purely of photographs of chimneys. We decided to focus on just one of Patricia’s collections, which is a high res, perfect quality selection of old ‘Find the Fault’ cartoons. Some of them we’ve got, some of them have got us stumped. Good luck on figuring them out, and once you have go over to her archive and watch the rest of your day disappear.
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