Monthly Archives: September 2017

Surreal Photos by Achraf Baznani

Surreal photos that plays with scale and proportion by Morocco-based self-taught photographer Achraf Baznani. Source: Surreal Photos by Achraf Baznani Advertisements

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More Than Pedestrian: The Magic of Walking

Originally posted on Geography Directions:
By Morag Rose, University of Sheffield Abandoned Buildings Project 2: Image (c) Jane Samuels, used with permission Public Health England has launched a new campaign “Active 10” to encourage adults to go for a brisk…

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Junk Food is 21st Century Imperialism

Originally posted on Longreads:
From door-to-door deliveries to influencing politics, companies like Nestlé, PepsiCo, and McDonald’s spend big bucks to enmesh themselves in third world markets, and their processed, packaged foods bring obesity and health problems with them. In the first in a…

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An Historic Cape Town Grain Silo Converted into 80 Cylindrical Art Galleries | Colossal

Housed in what was once Cape Town’s tallest building is the newly unveiled Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), created by London-based architect Thomas Heatherwick. The institution’s 80 gallery spaces were converted from 42 historic grain silos, storage … Continue reading

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Review of Duet by Glen Keane

Originally posted on Focuni:
It is no doubt that this animation is one of the best animations I have ever seen, this almost 4 minute animation captures the true capabilities of traditional animation and that’s not getting started on the…

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TEENS: Make a strawberry cocktail with a difference

Originally posted on Esther Lafferty's Inkwell:
Mammals, and most animals and plants, have two sets of chromosomes in every cell, one from their mum and one from their dad. A few types of birds and some insects, reptiles, amphibians,…

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Most Beautiful Villages Around The World – Dominic Bowkett

Originally posted on Dominic Bowkett:
Popeye Village, is a group of rustic and ramshackle wooden buildings located at Anchor Bay in the north-west corner of the Mediterranean island of Malta. Village on the bank of the Niger river, Mali. Hidden…

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BURN OUT | Animation Short Film 2017 – GOBELINS on Vimeo

Stella, a space mechanician, has broken down and ended on a desert planet. While she is in despair, a little girl appears out of nowhere. Following the child into a tunnel, in the depths of the planet, she discovers a … Continue reading

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Hope

Originally posted on Travel with Intent:
Street art by Dale Grimshaw,  Manchester,  September 2017 ? Born in Lancashire in northern England and now living in London, Grimshaw has become a highly regarded street artist.  During a traumatic and violent childhood…

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Climate Change and Cthulhu

Originally posted on northierthanthou:
What could be more evil than working to end all life as we know it? It’s a tough question for me, because I’m not in the habit of using the term ‘evil’ in direct reference to…

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