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a collection of creative thinking resources
the Varoom Varoom lounge
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'Le Smoking' by YSL
Photo by Helmut Newton
Write your own academic sentence
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Symmetry
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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Millinery by Sorenbach and Piers Atkinson respectively.
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"What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence"
Christopher Hitchens
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EASTPAK SPAK - Director's cut from WE ARE FROM L.A on Vimeo.

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"There is no such thing as absolute dirt: it exists in the eye of the beholder."

From Purity and Danger: An analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo, 1966, by British anthropologist Mary Douglas, who observed that dirt is defined by its context.

Wellcome Collection’s exhibition on Dirt's succinct introduction to dirt - 

'Ubiquitous, yet ill-defined, dirt takes many forms, from the palpable to the symbolic. 'Dirt' is a term used to encompass dust, excrement, rubbish, bacteria and soil.  

It is also used as a metaphor to denote social, cultural or ethnic ‘outsiders’.

Humans, like all living organisms, are efficient generators of dirt, which may partly explain why dirt can provoke visceral fear or disgust.  

Dirt may be seen as a marker of civilisation: the variety and scale of the waste produced by our factories is the uncelebrated evidence of industrial and economic advance. 

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Le Saut dans le Vide (Leap into the Void) by Yves Klein
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Joan Miro’s The Farm
Miró’s obsessive attention to a kind of personal storehouse of imagery, the carob tree, the animals and insects of Catalonia, his footprints in the place he fell to earth, begins to find its full expression.
"For me an object is always alive," he later observed. "A cigarette, a matchbook contain a secret life much more intense than certain humans… I see a tree, I get a shock as if it were something breathing…"
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by Hideaki Kawashima
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Jason Wu, New York FashionWeek, Guardian
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