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Time for a conscious uncoupling: take the I out of IS and replace it with H

The events in Tunisia, Kuwait and France were no way to mark the holy month of Ramadan.  The true spirit of Ramadan can be found in a less well publicised story of young Muslims from Battersea who are feeding the homeless with charity Ramadan meals. 345 more words

God Reflections

Battersea Evening Power

Cropped but otherwise not edited – beautiful colours. Taken from a moving train with my Lumia 930 – shame I didn’t have the SLR with me but it did a pretty good job!


Book Review: ‘Rebel Footprints: A Guide to Uncovering London’s History'

Rosenberg, David. Rebel Footprints: A Guide to Uncovering London’s Radical History. London: Pluto Press, 2015

“Londoners today are not short of issues to protest about. And as we continue to march through the streets of our capital city, holding placards and banners, singing, blowing whistles, chanting slogans and voicing our demands, we are walking on well-trodden ground.

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Three Falmouth Fine Art Alumni graduate from the RCA this Summer

Three 2011 Falmouth Fine Art graduates are graduating from the RCA this summer.  Tom Dearie and Melissa Kime are graduating from MA Painting and Genevieve Lutkin is graduating from MA Photography, both courses form part of the RCA School of Fine Art. 39 more words


Formual E and the Return of the Art Deco Poster!

One of the things I love about the history of motor racing is the style of the art deco posters that used to be used to advertise events. 127 more words



Birdhouse, Battersea.

Been slacking on the blogging front recently. Many things have happened like graduating from university, evaluating the next steps in my life and generally just doing life. 220 more words


Jayson Lilley launches new limited edition prints at Variations exhibition

Check out Jayson’s brand new silk screen prints, which will be launched at the Variations exhibition in two weeks time. 7 more words