Monthly Archives: October 2018

Fascism for dummies

Originally posted on Writing my own user manual:
Brexit, the unchallenged pile of lies which enabled it, and now Trump. If you are not scared, you haven’t been paying attention. There are many visible reasons to be scared, but more…

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This FLIPBOOK is not what I expected

[From the description] Andymation Published on 19 Jan 2018 In this video I teach you how to get started making flipbooks. 📦 Get my Flipbook Kit here: 🎶 Music I Use:… đź“· My Camera: 🎙 My Main … Continue reading

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The mystery of Beachy Head Lady: A Roman African from Eastbourne – Museum Crush

Eastbourne Museums Heritage Officer Jo Seaman recounts the 2014 quest for the identity of Beachy Head Lady, a mysterious sub Saharan African living in Roman Eastbourne Source:

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Did You Know That Potato Plants Have Fruit?!

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Meadow: A Kinetic Sculpture by Studio Drift

Installed during Dutch Design Week 2018, Meadow by Amsterdam-based Studio Drift is a kinetic sculpture that consists of mechanical flowers that open and close in a poetic choreography. The upside down landscape is meant to remind viewers of the impermanence of constantly changing seasons and … Continue reading

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An Immersive New Exhibition by OSGEMEOS Combines Street and Folk Art

After almost three months of working on-site at the Mattress Factory, OSGEMEOS (previously) revealed Lyrical, one of their most intimate and complex presentations to date. The exhibition includes a vast array of the Brazilian twins’ work, including paintings, sculptures, murals, in situ interventions, audio elements, … Continue reading

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Research Unlocks Secrets of Mighty Cancer Killing Virus — Mindzilla – Knowledge Portal (Beta)

Dunedin, New Zealand — University of Otago researchers have used high-resolution electron microscopy images to reveal how an anti-cancer virus interacts with tumour cells, increasing its potential to save lives. Seneca Valley Virus (SVV), a newly discovered virus which infects … Continue reading

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Design Principles: Rhythm — Hannah Johnson

Alternating occurrence of form and space is known in the design world as rhythm, one of the secondary principles of design. Often confused as a pattern, rhythm can be established using any element of the design. To create rhythm using … Continue reading

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THE HAIRCUT by Jasmine Guillory | 7 Sentence Stories — Sound Books

THE HAIRCUT by Jasmine Guillory | 7 Sentence StoriesAuthor Jasmine Guillory (THE PROPOSAL) narrates an original story told in only seven sentences. Read more about her book here: Sign up for the Penguin Random House newsletter to get more … Continue reading

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Human and Animal Skulls Encrusted in Delicate Floral Filigree by Kengo Takahashi

Kengo Takahashi uses ultra-thin aluminum casting to get the precise shape of real flowers for his series titled Flower Funeral. The detailed works combine hundreds of delicate metal flowers that form the shape of skulls, and each have a thickness of … Continue reading

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