And another great story from today’s Mail about chalk signs. Enjoy these – hilarious!
Saw this story on both the BBC and Mail Online today – the BBC has a video about it – some fantastic historical photos of Britain from the air. Of […]
Oh sunglasses! Why do I love you so? Is it because you are brown; And give the clouds high contrast; And make the sky intensely blue; And saturate the fields […]
http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/grayson_perry/introduction.aspx I went to visit the Grayson Perry exhibition yesterday with my lovely friends from Art college 20 years ago. This was a trip for my birthday, along with a […]
Saw the BBC programme Imagine this week about Grayson Perry’s exhibition Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. Contemplated going to see it on my birthday but decided I couldn’t afford it […]
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2061199/Rollercoaster-sculpture-Duisburg-gives-walkers-pleasure-fairground-ride.html This I LOVE! What a fantastic piece of interactive, public art! People can climb around this amazing bit of sculpture at their own pace (no photos of people doing […]
http://www.news.com.au/travel/world/gallery-e6frfqai-1226190011848?page=1 Saw this article while I was looking at the Coaster Story. Love chalks and love street art. Love the illusional ones too.
Bit out of date and a bit incomplete! But here it is Skye Journal August 2011 Flight was a bit iffy in places but, on the whole was OK. There […]
There are also many I did not use for this essay too. So I am also including them to save for future use. Breaking Boundaries Citations (Arden, 2006) “I want […]
I did so much research for my colour essay, that I’m really sad to have only been able to use a quarter of it. So I’m going to include it […]