http://geographer-at-large.blogspot.com/2011/08/le-flaneur.html, and also a recent post on emotion-mapping and psychogeography at http://geographer-at-large.blogspot.com/2011/10/map-of-week-10-3-2011-emotion-mapping.html)
This photo of the flyer is from a book called Mythogeography, by Phil Smith. I haven't read it as yet. See a short review below.
“...quite possibly the strangest book I have ever read. Partly novel, and partly philosophical treatise, the book is a sort of field guide to exploring and interacting with urban and rural environments. It’s informative and witty, but mostly a celebration of finding, or making, weirdness in the most ordinary (and extraordinary) places. There’s also a manifesto, but as Phil cheerfully admits it’s palpably impossible to follow.”
Mythotour of the Royal William Victualling Yard In Plymouth, England. "Beer, Beef, and Royal Steps"
I like the way he calls this a "Twalk," cleverly combining Talk and Walk. They are nothing if not clever, these Mythogeographers! (no, I am NOT being snarky, I MEAN it!)