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Li Hongbo - Knife Silhouettes

Li Hongbo recently created a fantastic new series of silhouette artworks. Each piece is perfectly & delicately cut from the knife leaving a complementary negative space from which it appears to jump off the object.

Art

Hem

by Christopher Raley

 

I finally saw you

in a photograph

in a book about you.

 

I love your art

and I love your stories

and I laugh at your big life… 36 more words

Poetry

Video: Vietnamese Dog Snatchers Steal A Dog For Meat

Video: Vietnamese Dog Snatchers Steal A Dog For Meat

This video shows how things can change in the blink of an eye. The Vietnamese shop owner’s dogs were hanging-out on the busy sidewalk, wagging their tails at passersby as they always did. 784 more words

Maskill's, the butcher

Wednesday 17th December 2014, 8.30am (day 1,210)

A dull December day in both senses, spent working at home, so little to photograph. It’s about time Maskill’s got on here anyway; a fine butcher’s shop, which supplies meat from its own farm down the road at reasonable prices. 62 more words

Daily Post

16/12/14 - Butcher at Night

As a writer, it is our unsaid duty to explain humanity with so little words. 

In the darkest nights, when sleep escapes me, I took a night class that was strangely very full. 23 more words

CHRISTMAS KITCHEN

Food retailers are rolling up their sleeves in the final days to Christmas.

Mark Ahern from Debbie’s Seafood knows this rush all too well. “Yeah it’ll get mad and by Christmas Eve it’ll be really mad, but we’re looking forward to it.” 259 more words

News

Podcast 055 - What? How is 'podcast' underlined in red?

Seriously. Facebook is so entrenched in our vernacular that the program recognizes it as a word yet typing podcast deeply confuses it. This is why I have no fear of the Matrix ever happening. 909 more words

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