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– ARTIS loves all forms of life. But how should we see life? – Stumbled upon through the WePresent Lucky Dip, where creative stories are chosen at random. A nice surprise while waiting for your files to flash through the … Continue reading
I saw Elbow perform this song tonight on the Graham Norton Show, and it was magnificent. I don’t know about this video, but in the setting of the show it was brilliant. After the utterly funny observations of Harriet Harman, member … Continue reading
The cards above are from a project in school about death. Close to the school is a cemetery and people from their exhibition space, came to the school to explain about the rituals of death and burial and did this project. … Continue reading
I l o v e paper. Maybe it’s a default setting for a graphic designer, but my love goes wayyy back: from paper, envelopes and stamps – as a child I wanted to become a post office employee – I moved on to larger … Continue reading
Wonderful work by the 6 and 7-year old artists in school, to end the old and welcome the new!
“(…) Time to wake up! Playing this song after a good night’s sleep or an afternoon nap will help young children get up bright-eyed and ready to go!” (from YouTube.)
Kevin Zacher is a photographer I just discovered. His images of people are simply bursting with fun and energy, stills of life as a party. Zacher received a degree in photojournalism from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.While in school … Continue reading
I always feel sorry for children who are dressed-up and seem to hate their look or performance. Little victims of creativity.
This year’s youngest group in school -the 4 and 5-years old- have accomplished an incredible difficult task with such marvelous results: They were asked to visualize their favorite spot in winter. Think of the stress of choice! But they have … Continue reading