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Born a criminal?

How could someone be born a criminal? I thought in the eyes of god we are all created equal or in America we are all created equal. 343 more words

Documentary Work

791. Hepburn Road (4)

I have hung on to this picture for an absolute age. No particular reason. It is by DNT, and it resided in a little side lane off Stokes Croft. 41 more words

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WELCOME TO DNT AFROFASHIONS

DEAR ESTEEMED READERS WE’RE GLAD TO INTRODUCE TO YOU THE ONE OF A KIND AFRICAN FASHION LABEL IN WESTERN UGANDA FORT-PORTAL TOWN.

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May photo challenge – Day #4

A new B&W picture for each day in May – searching the archives, from a mountain trip in Norway 🙂

Short info/Technical data: Freehand, f/8,  ISO-100, … 11 more words

Portfolio

757. Stokes Croft, the Carriageworks (24)

You can always rely on ObjectØØØ to be very present when there is some political action going on. At the start of March he and DNT took over several of the arches at the Carriageworks and posted a huge and rather crude protest banner piece for a march in London, protesting against cuts in the National Health Service (NHS). 103 more words

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Travelling along with DNT - see him next at May the 4th be with you.

I love the chats with artists that come full circle.  You know when you’ve got to the end of the interview.

That’s how I felt when I recently went and had a chat to DNT.   575 more words

Art

751. Upfest 2016 (113)

A really colourful collaboration by Bristol artists, DNT, Akarat and Sheva. It is great that as well as visiting artists from all over the world, space is made for some of the local street/graffiti artists who keep Bristolians happy year-round. 121 more words

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