Two hundred years from today, a master bell-maker will set out from Whitechapel, with instructions to retune the great Olympic Bell. The bell-maker has never seen the bell, but she knows it will still be there.
There are some…
An ‘anonymous’ woman in Gaziantep
Oliver Burkeman, author of the excellent The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking, explains a theory that likens creativity and originality to a Helsinki bus terminal.explore-blog)
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Somehow you’re beautiful even when you’re ugly, Margate.
I’ve submitted a new design to Threadless. If you love Sloths and Coffee as much as I do then perhaps you’ll vote for it (until 18th September ‘12). Thanks, enjoy!
Posturing boys and men, egging each other on to take the plunge.
- Decide you must.
- Develop deep respect
for feather, bone, claw.
- Place your trembling thumb
where the heart will be:
for one hundred hours watch
so you will know
where to put the first feather.
- Stay awake forever.
When the bird takes shape
gently pry open its beak
and whisper into it: mouse.
- Let it go.
The 2012 Festival wrap that appeared on Turner Contemporary today.