Wood Fired Vase by John McCoy Pottery www.etsy.com/shop/JohnMcCoyPottery

Wood Fired Vase by John McCoy Pottery www.etsy.com/shop/JohnMcCoyPottery

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"As the light goes, go.
Be the rustling in the grass, the fall from
convention’s good graces: learn, or someone
will have you filing files or writing writs,
demonstrating cutlery or selling knowledge

door to door; someone might even drop
your lovely life into a factory and have you
derusting rings on the coolant-spouting
turntable of a vertical lathe."

— John Surowiecki, from “What I Know About Epistemology,” Poetry (April 2003)

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Fruit Stripe, 1995 nylon and cotton cord

Fruit Stripe, 1995
nylon and cotton cord

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Winged Figure by Barbara Hepworth. London, July 2014

Winged Figure by Barbara Hepworth. London, July 2014

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Beautiful Doors

1. Burano, Italy

2. Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

3. Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

4. Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain

5. Garden Door by Kazuyuki Ishihara, Japan

6. Montmartre, Paris, France

7. Bali, Indonesia

8. Copenhagen, Denmark

9. Rabat, Morocco

10. Sesimbra, Portugal

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"I can only assume that there’s only one thing more frustrating than not being able to find someone, and that’s not being found. I would want someone to find me, more than anything."

— Cecelia Ahern, A Place Called Here.

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Al Weber

Al Weber

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Lorna Meaden

Lorna Meaden

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"Make me sweet again
Fragrant, fresh, wild
And thankful for any small event"

— Rumi

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Bottle, Near East Europe, probably 1875-1925. 59.1.289. (via Bottle | Corning Museum of Glass)

Bottle, Near East Europe, probably 1875-1925. 59.1.289. (via Bottle | Corning Museum of Glass)

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Franz Marc, Indersdorf, 1904

Franz Marc, Indersdorf, 1904

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Bike in a Bag by Lucid Design

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Nuno Cera, “Futureland”, Cairo Source: uncube magazine, uncu.be/13767781
Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 
[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

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