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Periodic Table Printmaking Project

The Periodic Table Printmaking Project was a project started and coordinated by Jennifer Schmitt, aka AzureGrackle. Ninety-six printmakers of all experience levels, have joined together to produce 118 prints in any medium; woodcut, linocut, monotype, etching, lithograph, silkscreen, or any … Continue reading

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UnderCover Artists’ Sketchbooks

UnderCover Artists’ Sketchbooks was mounted to accompany the exhibition It focuses the sketchbooks of Edward Burne-Jones, Benjamin Champney, Henri-Edmond Cross, Jacques-Louis David, Paul Feeley, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Sanford Gifford, George Grosz, Frederic Leighton, John Singer Sargent. Artists have used sketchbooks for … Continue reading

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The Online Paper Airplane Museum

Throw me the first paper ball who never built a paper plane. Folding paper airplanes in an A4 paper sheet is one of several artistic abilities I have, which also include drawing stickmen (“bonecos de pauzinho” in Portuguese) and very … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Manual 2007

This isn’t a survival kit, and the best I can say about today is: don’t believe in anything. But wait: before you start doing that, read this post please. I selected some real articles, from real sites about April Fools’ … Continue reading

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Stop, You’re Killing Me!

Stop, You’re Killing Me! is a resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. Nearly 25,000 titles to discover by 2,100 authors and characters. It’s a great site for reference of new pulp-book-a-like books, but it could … Continue reading

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The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online

What do you know about Charles Darwin and darwinist? Not much? Well, that’s your lucky day. The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online provides Darwin’s complete publications, many handwritten manuscripts and the largest Darwin bibliography and manuscript catalogue ever published. … Continue reading

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Books for Cooks

Are you searching for new recipes? Try Books for Cooks! Book images, information, history and, of course, recipes, from the Medieval food until the 1900s food. This unique collection of cookery books will transport you back in time. It will … Continue reading

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Canada at Scale

Canada at Scale: Maps of our History. The maps in this exhibition reflect the evolution of cartography in our country: Aboriginal peoples, European colonial powers, Canadians, governments, private industry and academics all produced precious maps. Although some are less appealing … Continue reading

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Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder

Carnivorous Plant Photo Finder is directory with a huge list of those cute green creatures. The lists of links are divided by genera and some of the links on those lists are broken, but still being an excellent directory. Plantarara … Continue reading

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Sexual orientations of comics characters

Few days ago Chris posted a link to Religion of Comic Book Characters. Curiously the agnostic and atheists are almost all villains. There are few heroes in that list that don’t have a religion. Well, I didn’t like to be … Continue reading

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