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Raymond Guest at Recycled Salvage Design
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Melissa Glick Sep 19
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St John Plessington Catholic College Sep 16
Brilliant work year 11, the cardboard Tiki inspired masks are looking brilliant. Isn’t it amazing how great card is to work with!? Looking forward to them being finished.
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Longniddry Primary Sep 17
Jumping jellyfish....swimming around above our heads in the P3/4 classroom! We worked creatively with a selection of recycled materials found in school and turned plastic bags, bubble wrap, netting, wool and wire into these works of art.
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Jennifer Nicole Sep 18
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Norman Gekko Sep 14
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Nothing New 24h
Summer Whites are Back & Ready for Fall 🔑. 📸 @coastalflicks
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Kansas Free For Arts Sep 11
Weird fact for your Wednesday: DYK you can make candles out of crayons??!?
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Sandra Lapage Sep 15
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PinkStudioProds Sep 17
🎶🎵🎶🎵🎶 Colorful Cassettes denverselfiemuseum 🌈 📼🌈
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Wood & Sliver Sep 16
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Rachel Albert Sep 12
We’ve repurposed old technology and turned hidden parts into sculptures. Along the way, the students’ was amazing. Upside down images through some lenses, magnified images through others.
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Wood & Sliver Sep 18
"You spin me right round, baby Right round like a record, baby Right round round round" Love this song!
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CrystalsArtWork Sep 15
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littlefinger.co.uk Sep 19
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Lulu Allison Sep 17
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Sarah S. Stephens Sep 17
Which one came first? The chicken or the egg? 🤷‍♀️ Ask our friends in the It’s for the Birds expedition!
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Cranky Pickle Sep 16
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TheDurhamFed Sep 16
Our Year 9 students have started to create Fantastic Beasts themed lanterns for our upcoming Durham Federation Lumiere project.
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Wayne Chisnall Sep 15
Big thanks to for featuring my Planetoid 210 in their Staff Pick 'Experimental Media' editorial collections.
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