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Notting Hill Carnival | Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

Biggest street party in Europe, if you ever plan to be in London in end August then don’t miss the show. The colours are just amazing and the mood is jubilant and intoxicating (literally) 🙂 Source: Notting Hill Carnival | … Continue reading

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Manchester Irish Festival | Official Venues

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Smithsonian Announces Eye-Opening Finalists of Their 14th Annual Photo Contest | Colossal

Smithsonian just released the 70 finalists for their 14th annual photo contest and is currently accepting votes for their Readers’ Choice award. This year Smithsonian received some 48,000 submissions from photographers in 146 countries and territories from which they selected … Continue reading

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Oscar’s too white, Carnival’s too black – DMovies – your platform for thought-provoking cinema

As Brazil prepares for Carnival, DMovies remembers Black Orpheus, the Oscar and cordial racism in Brazilian cinema and beyond Source: Oscar’s too white, Carnival’s too black – DMovies – your platform for thought-provoking cinema

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Michael Farrell & Cliff Haynes – Straw Camera

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Artist Windy Chien Unearths Obscure Knots Everyday for an Entire Year | Colossal

In January of 2016, artist Windy Chien devoted herself to learning a new knot every day for a year, tying a total of 366 by December 31st (2016 was a leap year). Although 366 knots might seem like a staggering number, it … Continue reading

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Thousands of Birds Photographed Atop Snow-Laden Trees in Downtown Portland, Oregon | Colossal

One evening last week, C.S.I. Walker Berg of the Portland Oregon Police Bureau looked out a window on the 12th floor of the Justice Center to discover an incredible sight: trees freshly covered in thick white snow were covered in … Continue reading

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Artist ‘Roadsworth’ Uses Public Streets as a Canvas for Art and Activism | Colossal

One might not think that parking lots, crosswalks, and other broad asphalt expanses would be particularly amenable to artwork, but for Montreal-based artist and activist Roadsworth (aka Peter Gibson, previously) every white or yellow traffic paint stripe is a new … Continue reading

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Sand magic: 1,000 Santa sculptures created in India to ‘bring happiness to the world’ — RT In motion

Source: Sand magic: 1,000 Santa sculptures created in India to ‘bring happiness to the world’ — RT In motion

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“My Child Is Dreaming”: A Cinematic Visual Poem Animated Short Film By Pask D’Amico (2016)

“My Child Is Dreaming” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Animated Short Film Directed By Pask D’Amico. Created and Directed by:  Pask D’Amico Original Music by:  Maurilio Cacciator… Source: “My Child Is Dreaming”: A Cinematic Visual Poem Animated Short Film By … Continue reading

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