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The team behind the London BUST Craftacular this Christmas have hooked up with super cool website Supermarket Sarah for a digital raffle in aid of women's charity Women For Women International. Women for women help women in war-torn parts of the world rebuild their lives by joining them up with sponsor sisters. Check out the wall, click on the items to read more about each of the 35 prizes which include jewellery from BUST favourites, Tatty Devine and even a shoemaking course with Prescott & Mackay worth £394!...
  Have you heard of Harlow and Sage? Harlow is a dashing and giddy weimaraner whose expressive face recalls the work of William Wegman's beloved beasts. Sage is his majestic and slightly graying dachshund friend. Well, just in time for the holidays, Harlow is ready to introduce us to the newest member of their family, Indi the dachshund puppy. If this isn't love, I don't know what is!     Thanks to Twenty Two Words Images via Twenty Two Words...
Carlisle based artist and designer Lydia Leith has great sense of comic timing. Printing quirky, tounge-in-cheek memorabilia, such as her infamous Royal wedding sickbags, she has tapped into the nation's favourite passtime: a spot of establishment rib tickling, particularly on occassions of National pomp and ceremony.     These punk products have taken the form of Jubilee jelly moulds in the shape of the Queen’s head and a range of sporting temporary tattoos in honour of the London Olympics. As yet more proof the British love to laugh at the British,...
  I knew I loved Parks and Recreation’s Tammy and Ron Swanson from the moment they had ravenous angry-sex in the middle of a diner. As Tammy puts it, “[Ron’s her] man, and [they] have something twisted... and beautiful.” As talented as Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally are, that kind of chemistry cannot be manufactured, and as it turns out, the pair is married in real life.  And that marriage must be pretty special. Mullally, known for her role as Karen Walker on Will & Grace, often...
Zackary Drucker: "I identify as human."   Policy Mic recently asked the photographer Amos Mac to contribute a portfolio of his portraits of transgender individuals to their series on Transgender Day Of Remembrance 2013. For Amos Mac, a groundbreaking artist and trans activist, the task was daunting. Portraits capture their subjects in a specific moment in time, but our identities, whether we are cisgender or transgender, are fluid. Portraits like Amos’s pinpoint an individual as they are in an instant, but they also leave room for transformation...
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