Thursday, April 25, 2019

Have you taken children to a gallery recently?


Did you struggle to explain the work to them in plain, simple English?
With this new Dung Beetle book, both parents and young children can learn about contemporary art, and understand many of its key themes.
Join John and Susan on their exciting journey through the art exhibition, where, with Mummy’s help, they will discover that real meaning does not exist, and that death is final.
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The Simpsons Embroidery


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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Wrong Hands

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

POW! WOW! Guam 2019



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“Lost Ticket” by Lonac


“Lost Ticket” is the latest artwork to be completed by Croatian Artist Lonac in Ostend, Belgium for the latest edition of the always excellent “The Crystal Ship” Street Art Festival.
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If you fall asleep on the subway - you might be in for a monstrous surprise when you wake up.


Instagrammer Subway Doodle inserts blue furry monsters into everyday NY scenes.

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Betta




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Ephemera


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I scream, Alexey Kondakov

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Monday, April 22, 2019

Happy Earth Day 2019!


This year's annual Earth Day Doodle takes us around the planet we call home to discover some of the awe-inspiring organisms which inhabit it.

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Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber


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Unidentified artist



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Sunday, April 21, 2019

Stairs



Miguel Marquez Outside

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A tragic Easter in Sri Lanka


At least 137 people have been killed and hundreds more injured in explosions at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, police and hospital sources say. At least eight blasts were reported.
Three churches in Negombo, Batticaloa and Colombo's Kochchikade district were targeted during Easter services.
 The Shangri-La, Kingsbury, Cinnamon Grand and a fourth hotel, all in Colombo, were also hit.
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Obi's kiss

Today is one year that I said goodbye to my beloved dog .


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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Easter Beagle


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Friday, April 19, 2019

Busted Bunny

“He had this.”

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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Suddenly Last Supper


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The Path to Empathy


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Change is coming whether you like it or not.

Sir David Attenborough has issued his strongest statement yet on the threat posed to the world by climate change.
 In the BBC programme Climate Change - The Facts, the veteran broadcaster outlines the scale of the crisis facing the planet. Sir David says we face "irreversible damage to the natural world and the collapse of our societies". But there is still hope, he says, if dramatic action to limit the effects is taken over the next decade. "In the 20 years since I first started talking about the impact of climate change on our world, conditions have changed far faster than I ever imagined," Sir David states in the film.
 Sir David's concern over the impacts of climate change has become a major focus for the naturalist in recent years. This has also been a theme of his One Planet series on Netflix.
 His new BBC programme has a strong emphasis on hope. Sir David argues that if dramatic action is taken over the next decade then the world can keep temperatures from rising more than 1.5C this century.
This would limit the scale of the damage. "We are running out of time, but there is still hope," says Sir David.
 The programme also highlights the rising generation of young people who are deeply concerned about what's happening to the planet.
Teenage campaigner Greta Thunberg has helped spark school strikes all over the world.

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Water resistant!

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Unnecessary Inventions


Matt Benedetto is a self taught product designer that is on a quest to invent products that help solve problems that do not actually exist, called Unnecessary Inventions.

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