Monthly Archives: August 2019

Jamaican Patois (NOT English!)

Langfocus Published on 14 Jul 2019 This video is all about Jamaican Patois, aka Jamaican Creole, the English-based creole language of Jamaica. Special thanks to Irina Bruce and Derrick Ricketts for their feedback and help with the Patois samples in … Continue reading

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9266. Street Art of East Vancouver, Washington — One Million Photographs

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Corporations pile pressure on Brazil over Amazon fires | Brazil | The Guardian

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Corporations pile pressure on Brazil over Amazon fires | Brazil | The Guardian — Read on http://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/30/corporations-pile-pressure-on-brazil-over-amazon-fires-crisis

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South African Flowers Frozen into Fleeting Arrangements

South African photographers Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith have spent the last two years photographing clusters of brightly colored flowers trapped in blocks of ice. The temporary sculptures are captured underwater, where the ice begins to crack and add further … Continue reading

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A Student Lost in the Easy Freedom of Youth Depicted in a Cross-Stitch Mural by Aheneah

Ana Martins, who works as Aheneah, recently reflected on the relaxed freedom of youth and captured that feeling in a cross-stitched intervention on a wall in Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. The work is along a popular route to a … Continue reading

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Ralph Bakshi | Animation’s New Wave

Any-Mation Published on 21 Feb 2019 Ralph Bakshi is a powerful figure in the history of animation. Seeing how bored he was with the conventions of the day, he seemed to single handedly forge a path of controversy and success … Continue reading

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this isn’t happiness

Zagreb, Michael Pederson Source: nevver

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Woahh No idea how or where to incorporate this yet but I L♥VE it | Indoor Outdoor Plants & Gardens in 2019 | Unusual homes, Natural building, Architecture

Woahh No idea how or where to incorporate this yet but I L♥VE it Source: Woahh No idea how or where to incorporate this yet but I L♥VE it | Indoor Outdoor Plants & Gardens in 2019 | Unusual homes, … Continue reading

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This Public Toilet In Norway Is Likely The Most Beautiful In The Entire World

Norway may very well have built the most astoundingly beautiful public toilet in the world. And, I’m pretty sure, in the Solar System as well. What looks like a painstakingly crafted art installation or part of some high-tech laboratory is, … Continue reading

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Street Artists Revive Spanish Village w/ Murals Celebrating Local Tradition – My Modern Met

Street artists NeSpoon and Regue Fernández transformed a community in Belorado with murals depicting “bolo boliferano” and local lacework. Thanks to a local cultural organization, two street artists are using their work to bring back tradition and create a larger … Continue reading

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