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Fundraiser Prints

These are two basic print designs I worked up in Adobe Photoshop for a fundraiser between The Spectator and the restaurant Burrachos. One is a flyer and the other is a Facebook cover photo for the event.


Compromise of Consciousness

Within our thoughts, we’re so often confused by life’s outcomes. And within our body, urges often drive us to do the undesirable. So reason or intuition, acting independently of the other, seems a poor strategy. 113 more words


LEONORA CARRINGTON │ Tate Liverpool → 31 May 2015


“Lı̣nwra Carñtn invîts y t dscuvr ɖ fntastcl criešnz v ɖ pṛlific pêntr n inṭnašnli seḷbretd membr v ɖ sriylist muvmnt, Lı̣nwra Carñtn (1917-2011). 455 more words


#FrenchGate, James Cook and CyberNats: Voters dictating to journalists how they should report damages democracy

James Cook (far left) is muscled out of the media scrum around Nicola Sturgeon. Twitter/@cairnstoon

The BBC’s Scotland correspondent, James Cook has been on the end of a torrent of online abuse after he challenged Nicola Sturgeon in an interview about… 645 more words


Circuit of Ireland: Day Three

Craig Breen took a 6.2 second victory over Kajetan Kajetanowicz at Circuit of Ireland after a tense battle which came down to the final stage. I decided to go to the end of the final stage to see the drivers, which allowed me to see Craig celebrate with his family. 317 more words


Circuit of Ireland: Day Two

Motorsport is dangerous. It’s something that is said time and time again, and for good reason. Rally crews compete because of a love for the sport and each person knows the dangers. 404 more words


Michael Gove's Christianity

In the Spectator, Michael Gove has again presented himself as a defender of Christianity against its cultured despisers. What kind of people pray? Gove provides his answer: 1,021 more words

Religion And Politics