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London (2017)

Apologies to William Blake

I wander down each one-way street,
Near where the two way Thames flows.
A’glow on every face I meet
OS of weakness, screens of woe. 72 more words

GENERAL

21/01 - What To Watch For + Week Recap

THE WEEK THAT WAS:

Line Of The Week: Kevin Durant 40/12/4 and 3 blks (13/16 fg)

Longest Active Winning Streak: Warriors 5 in a row… 614 more words

Feature

New Mutation, New Renaissance

I’m back from my two-week travels in Wonderland, and very happy to be home again. Man, is it weird out there! It makes me appreciate the life of a hermit. 1,301 more words

Consciousness

UppercaseBox January

For this month’s UppercaseBox we have the Frost Blood by Elly Blake (signed). A Frost Blood magnet. Alice in Wonderland Scarf (not pictured), and a book seed paper (herb mix) from Bloomin’. 361 more words

Book Reviews

Landscapes of the Ancients: Samuel Palmer, early visions

The nineteenth-century artist who was most influenced by Blake and his work is Samuel Palmer (1805–1881). Although much less well-known that JMW Turner or the Pre-Raphaelites, Palmer had quite a long career, painting very distinctive landscapes which have proved influential on twentieth century art. 1,500 more words

General

A Pedagogy of Perception

“The wise man sees a different tree from the fool.”

William Blake

When you look at a tree, what do you see? Imagine that we ask this question to a class of teenagers as they near the end of their schooling. 3,262 more words

Art