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PaperArts: Bristol Social Enterprise for Independent Art

Lurking in the heart of Bristol lies a gem of culture – PaperArts, a social enterprise for independent art. It’s an organisation that developed gradually, as a recurring art publication to temporary pop-up shops to now becoming a cultural art hub. 331 more words

Contemporary Art

A Letter from Sharx

Dear readers and curious bystanders,

You may have noticed that we totally stopped posting stuff there for a couple of weeks. Maybe you didn’t, whatever. The reasons were complex and due to external (let’s call them economic) forces. 82 more words

Bold Declarations

Colab Dry Shampoo Review

I’ve reviewed a lot of dry shampoo (dry shampoo showdown post here) over a short space of time on my Blog, I thought I had found my holy grail in Aussies Miracle Dry Shampoo, however the full sized bottles in every one I have bought have stopped letting out product half way through. 537 more words


Heather On Collaborative Partnerships and the Human Need to Connect

Heather Dudley-Nollette is co-founder of The CoLab, a coworking space in Port Townsend, Washington. This increasingly popular model of sharing space and resources strengthens community and encourages entrepreneurs and freelance professionals to share ideas, collaborate and innovate. 1,857 more words




Co-LAB and PAPER Arts store and gallery



Co-LAB is a window into Bristol’s independent art scene, a shop that works like a big, hungry art caterpillar- absorbing Bristol’s culture and then flourishing along with it into a knowledgeable, discerning butterfly.

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Lets Talk Hair.

So, heres the thing, my hair can get a bit crazy. It’s just a wavy, frizzy mess most of the time, and while i do straighten it most days, that can be time consuming, so I’ve managed to find a few products that make my natural hair a bit more manageable. 192 more words


The best dry shampoo for dark hair.

So, heres the thing, I hate washing my hair. Now don’t get me wrong, I love having clean hair and everything, but, the actual process is just yuck. 190 more words