A fossil, flat like a lithography print.
It’s the famous chenille and wire Easter chick. It was first made in China or Japan in the 1960s. Who designed it?
I found this image in a 1962 Italian “Encyclopedia of the Woman“.
Save time (and money) in your office by having meetings standing up. Seated meetings take unnecessary time.
A blockbuster exhibition about the life and work of Charles Darwin is taking place at the Natural History Museum in London. In it, there is evidence that the Evolutionists have adapted. The idea which is usually taken for granted as fact, Evolution, now has to defend itself. Speaking from video displays, scientists fend off theContinue reading “Darwin and change”
A highly skilled, time consuming technique for recording ancient bronzes was developed in China in the mid 19th Century. The method was a way of cataloging these three dimensional objects, but became an artform in itself. The ornate bronze vessels were possessions of the ancient aristocracy, used for everyday life and rituals, and often discovered inContinue reading “Camera-like chinese rubbing technique”
Part of the identity of the Ancient Egyptian is the wearing of heavy dark make up around the eyes. New research adds another dimension to this. It seems that the eye make up may have helped to prevent disease. Were the Egyptians aware of this? Cleopatra’s eye make-up ‘had health benefits’
Evolutionary psychologist Robin Dunbar, author of The Human Story, suggests the average person has 100 friends, with a close five at the core. Aristotle said friends must have eaten salt together, in other words, shared experiences.
Do one thing at a time.