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The value of public media spaces – social commentary through culture jamming.

Traditional journalism techniques have long been used as a springboard for conversation and social activism.

Cramerotti (2011) discusses the 1950’s and 1960’s as the inception for many mediums to evoke a social conscience: art, film, music and how through the personal nature of art these provide a ‘multiplicity of interpretations of the world’. 237 more words

From a Moving Train (on a rainy day): Part V

Well, I’ve indulged myself long enough, I think, with my experiments from my rainy day on the train. I could go on and on, but it’s about time to move on. 128 more words


Photo Gallery for Banksy's Balloon Girl

This Gallery is to show the reconstruction and explorations that relate to Banksy’s Balloon Girl and the theme of negative and positive space.


Ready to hit the road

Hi my fellow travellers!

I’ve been travelling and living in Spain for 10 days now and I’m looking forward to telling you some of the stories I’ve had so far, starting with the unique and huge celebration of easter in Sevilla (semana santa -  holy week). 118 more words


Social Media Ruining Romance?

Is Technology Ruining Romance?

Here is an issue that certainly needs addressing. In this day and age every person is constantly on their cell phone. Whether it be talking, texting, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, people just cannot seem to keep their eyes from being glued to their iPhone. 92 more words


The New Banksy: Mobile Lovers

The new Banksy is a black-and-white painting, which depicts an embracing couple both distracted by their phones.

Art & Design

Shared art ownership scheme launches in London

A unique trading platform that claims to make owning world-famous artworks art accessible to all through a share-based trading system has launched its international arm in London, having run successfully for three years in France. 448 more words

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