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Archive for the month “February, 2019”




Blue Hole


Story of Your Life

These logograms represent words, they represent sentences, and feelings. It’s a total universe within each.



Usually the bane of fine furniture. Gavin Turk’s Tea Stain rings from 2004. These were on sale at the Whitechapel Art Gallery back then for £75.

“With each tea stain – a unique mono print – Turk asks the viewer to examine not only the way that an artist is seen to be a creator of objects venerated within an art historical context, but also the ways in which the simple motions of the everyday can become amusing or important. Apart from the obvious comment on the issues of authorship and artist as ‘creative genius’, tea has many different cultural, social and historical associations which are universally relevant and should evoke some sort of response in almost everyone. Although the artwork consists mainly of blank white paper, it is the simplicity of the work that forces the viewer to generate their own understanding and make their own interpretation of the work thus increasing the relevance and level of interest for each individual viewer.”

Zen circle

“Is this the moon? A rice cake? The top of a bucket? Or maybe just the bald head of a monk!”


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Running the entire tube network to raise money for Alzheimer's Research UK and War Child


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A curated glimpse into a world of infinite beauty and creativity.

The Woodring Monitor

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Jacket Mechanical

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Discovering London

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