Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it.  Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

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Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it. Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

Flapjacks are one of the easiest things to bake. Original recipes contain four main ingredients: oatmeal, butter, sugar and golden syrup, but this recipe only uses honey as sweetening. In England t...

Flapjacks (gluten-free, dairy-free & sugar-free)

Flapjacks are one of the easiest things to bake. Original recipes contain four main ingredients: oatmeal, butter, sugar and golden syrup, but this recipe only uses honey as sweetening. In England t...

Skull Boy  Steam punk inspired mixed media by RavenYoungBloodArt

Skull Boy - Steam punk inspired mixed media digital art print/photomanipulation

Cherry Bakewell Tarts are one of my all-time favourite cakes and I loved visiting Bakewell for the best tasting ones. With this in mind I wanted to try and recreate the taste using a Slimming World...

Cherry Fakewells

Cherry Bakewell Tarts are one of my all-time favourite cakes and I loved visiting Bakewell for the best tasting ones. With this in mind I wanted to try and recreate the taste using a Slimming World...

Guess what? I used this line to help my diabetic brother express what it's like to have low blood sugar :D

Guess what? I used this line to help my diabetic brother express what it's like to have low blood sugar :D

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