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Life in Miniature: Medical Devices and Pre-Packaged Foods Immortalized in Tiny Sculptures by Kath Holden and Margaret Shaw

Kath Holden constantly daydreams about the everyday objects she can transform into tiny sculptures. Even during doctor’s appointments, the U.K.-based miniaturist glances around the room to investigate which medical devices she can cull for inspiration. Holden runs Delph Minatures with her … Continue reading

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Watch a Downhill Cheese-Chasing Competition in Britain | National Geographic

The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling, in Gloucestershire, UK, is an unusual—and surprisingly dangerous—annual athletic challenge.

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Getting dressed in the 18th century – Gentleman

National Museums Liverpool Published on 26 Jul 2018 A gentleman gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century. He puts on his clothes, with help in a particular order, including a full shirt with voluminous sleeves, stockings, breeches, waistcoat, cravat, … Continue reading

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Getting dressed in the 18th century

National Museums Liverpool Published on 10 May 2017 A lady gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century. She puts on her clothes, with help in a particular order, including, a shift, stays, petticoats, pockets, roll, stockings and garters, gown … Continue reading

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Mystical: Photos by Neil Burnell

Eerie and fairytale-like photos of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor, Devon, England captured by British photographer Neil Burnell. The wood has been the inspiration for numerous artists, poets, photographers, and writers often describing the location as haunted due to its tangled web of trees, … Continue reading

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How to Make a Cup of Tea – The Victorian Way

Join Mrs Crocombe as she takes a break from her busy day of cooking to make a pot of tea in the kitchens of Audley End House.

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The First Human Cannonball- Neatorama

Her name was Rossa Matilda Richter, but she was known as Zazel, the human cannonball. Zazel was a trapeze performer and walked a tightrope, but became famous for performing a new stunt on April 2, 1877, at the Royal Aquarium … Continue reading

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Wargames

  A short creative documentary that charts the attendees of Britain’s longest running Wargames group, and explores the complexity of actual combat on individuals from a psychologist’s perspective. Obsession, camaraderie and a Wargames Society that asks: what does it take … Continue reading

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Fracking at Lancashire site paused after seismic event detected- Guardian

Magnitude 0.4 tremor follows several others recorded since Cuadrilla restarted drilling Source: Fracking at Lancashire site paused after seismic event detected

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Catkin – University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation Programme

University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation Programme 3D, 2D, VFX and Games Art – Bachelor of Arts Work created by the BA VFX, 3D Animation and Games Art pathways. (Click below to find out official information) BA (Hons) 2D Digital Animation … Continue reading

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