Monthly Archives: May 2015

Creative Flipbooks


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Making Pre-Columbian style ceramics: pitcher depicting a school of fish

Originally posted on yachay notes:
Part of my application for the ceramics specialization of the MA program ‘Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage’ consists of handing in a portfolio of creative projects. I decided to make an attempt at imitating…

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Carnaval in Olinda!

Originally posted on Deixa te falar uma coisa:
Kings make out with bumble bees, pirates make out with police officers. Strangers share glasses and crack jokes as if they were old friends. Dancers fight for space with saxophonists, trombonists and…

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Ruins of Pompeii

Originally posted on PHILNOM IS AWAY:
Pompeii. This was the city many history classrooms taught children not to build near an active volcano. A once bustling centre of trade and politics home was completely consumed by lava and ash in…

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Homophobes, Racists and Misogynists – Welcome to Your Newly Elected Government

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Meninos do Bloco Fogo: summer fun for kids

Originally posted on Happy Things:
This post is for parents of kids who enjoy having fun and making a lot of noise. So… all parents, then. Moving on. If you’re based in or near Kent, and the rapidly approaching summer holidays…

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Upcoming event – Manchester Acoustic Blues Festival, Salford

Originally posted on What's On Where:
Twitter: @MABSFest

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Seeing line, shape and form in Manchester’s architecture

Originally posted on Schotography:
I’ve always wondered what the secret is when it comes to architecture photography. After going on a course today, it turns out the secret is using manual rather than aperture (or shutter speed) priority, and looking…

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Salvador, Brazil

Originally posted on markontour:
Salvador on Brazil's north-eastern coast was the first capital of Portugal's new colony in the sixteenth century, until it surrendered that privilege to Rio de Janeiro in 1763 (it wasn't until 1960 that the plans to…

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Brazilian Woman (Carnaval Beach Party)

Originally posted on Jarek's Portraits:
A Brazilian woman in Rio de Janeiro. A beach party in Ipanema, Carnaval 2014

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