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Middleport Pottery

On Wednesday I travelled to Stoke-on-Trent to visit Middleport Pottery, home of the famous Burleigh-ware, named after the partners Burgess and Leigh who took over the pottery in 1862. 860 more words


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This weeks required reading was on 19th century Graphic Design, written by Stephen J. Eskilson.

The first section of the reading is on the Industrial Revolution and the Rise of Urban Mass Culture. 189 more words

Five Notes for a Phenomenology of the Photographic Image

Damisch, Hubert. ‘Five Notes for a Phenomenology of the Photographic Image’ October, 5, Summer 1978, 70-72


Theoretically speaking, photography is nothing other than a process of recording, a technique of 

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Talking about value

One of the key themes in my art is the idea of ‘value’ – of materials, of subject matter, of me as an artist, and so on. 572 more words



Nuran Yıldırım

Middle East Technical University

Since organizations are conspicuous characteristics of modern industrialized societies, increasing number of them in each and every fields of life of mankind displays their importance. 1,002 more words

Film Analysis

Sweatshops within the supply chain and how to solve them

For many, the term “sweatshop” may be quite new. For people that work deep within the supply chain business, this word is very common. 846 more words

David Kiger


The Fordism, as imagined by Aldous Huxley in Brave New World, seems to have come knocking. However it has taken a different form. We are still far away from inculcation of mass production of unitary workforce with pre conditioned minds that accept slavery as a way of life. 157 more words