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Artist : Valerio D’Ospina © Posted by Humam

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

In 1901-2, Horace Warner took photos of East End street kids, who he called 'Spitalfields nippers'. A self-taught photographer in his personal life – and a wallpaper printer for William Morris in his professional – Warner took 240 photographs of the local children, of which only 30 survive. Here …

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Nothing lasts for ever. From Living in Wonder Not what we perceive as good, neither what we perceive as bad. When we realise this and learn to accept it then letting go of attachments and aversions gets easier. That is when true lasting peace builds within ourselves.

Artist : Wlodzimierz Kuklinski © Posted by Humam

Cyclothymia (2013) Digital Collage 

<i>Cyclothymia</i> (2013) Digital Collage

Inside the Beautifully Bizarre World of Inventor Blair Somerville

Recently chosen as a “Staff Pick” on Vimeo, this delightful short film, by New Zealand-based filmmaker Joey Bania takes you inside the world of a quirky artist, inventor and self-professed tinkerer named Blair Somerville. For over 10 years, Blair has owned and operated a magical wonderland called …

New Zealand

Truck on the trail

The Copse

More from Berlin Art Week #berlin

More from Berlin Art Week #berlin

Ratatouille On Broiled Polenta with Baby Greens

My ratatouille recipe is more postmodern than traditional. But that's why you come here, right? Back in the day when your intrepid GFG was way more …