Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Learn how to draw a Kingfisher bird with colored pencils.



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Birdland, Vadim Solovyev





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The Essence of Visible, Wright Morris




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Tseng Kwong Chi




Tseng was not always dressed in his estranging costume. But, when he wore it, the suit was a reminder that since the late nineteen-seventies he had been amassing a work of sober wit and coherence—and also, it seems, deepening ambivalence about life in America.

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‘I think, therefore I cycle’


The Guardian rounded up half a century of protest posters and stickers from campaigns which helped Amsterdam become the ‘cycle capital of the world’.

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Monday, June 24, 2019

Flowers


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Word on the Street



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AME 72



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Saturday, June 22, 2019

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal


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Turtle



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Married to the Sea

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Novels with Better Birth Control



By Glynnis Fawkes

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Friday, June 21, 2019

Imagine


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Suiseki





The landscape stones, as they are also called the Suiseki are admired for their beauty and ability to suggest a natural scene or an object intimately related to nature. Traditionally they are exposed on a wooden base, a base that adapts to the contours of the stones, or on a flat tray with sand or water.
 The beauty of a Suiseki derives in part from its ability to suggest a scene or object.
The simpler the rock, the more capacity for suggestion it will have.
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Modernising Nature, Zak van Biljon




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Palestine, Daliah Ammar


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Hello Summer!


“Resting in Daylight” (2018) by WanJin Gim. 
You can see more of the Seoul-based artist’s work on Instagram.

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