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Lovely posters as part of the Guardian's Three Little Pigs campaign.

After ‘Three Little Pigs’, The Guardian Follows Up With Minimalist Posters

Lovely posters as part of the Guardian's Three Little Pigs campaign.

SHARES in oil firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum fell by 3.33 per cent yesterday - http://www.directorstalk.com/shares-oil-firm-gulf-keystone-petroleum-fell-3-33-per-cent-yesterday/ - #GKP

SHARES in oil firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum fell by 3.33 per cent yesterday - http://www.directorstalk.com/shares-oil-firm-gulf-keystone-petroleum-fell-3-33-per-cent-yesterday/ - #GKP

This winter, we’re giving away the ultimate birding gift pack that includes a camera and binoculars from Leica. The prize includes a selection of illustrated birding books, written by well-known experts including Bill Oddie and David Lindo, courtesy of Bloomsbury Publishing. The draw closes on 25 November

This winter, we’re giving away the ultimate birding gift pack that includes a camera and binoculars from Leica. The prize includes a selection of illustrated birding books, written by well-known experts including Bill Oddie and David Lindo, courtesy of Bloomsbury Publishing. The draw closes on 25 November

The creative BBH Labs worked on to amplify Guardian's open attitude to journalism.

The creative BBH Labs worked on to amplify Guardian's open attitude to journalism.

A view of Union Place in Spitalfields, London, 1901.  (The Guardian - Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain)

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

A view of Union Place in Spitalfields, London, 1901. (The Guardian - Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain)

Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans In a back garden in Chiswick, west London, garden designer Kate Gould has made the most of a minuscule plot, by carefully selecting the hard landscaping, limiting the colour palette and restraining herself at the nursery.

Tiny courtyard garden in Chiswick - in pictures

Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans In a back garden in Chiswick, west London, garden designer Kate Gould has made the most of a minuscule plot, by carefully selecting the hard landscaping, limiting the colour palette and restraining herself at the nursery.

Tube through the decades: Interior of 70's London underground train

150 years of the London underground – in pictures

Jo Kornstein living room: Farrow & Ball Black Blue walls, brown stained wood floors and brown velvet armchair with yellow curtains

Anatomy of style: Vintage

Jo Kornstein living room: Farrow & Ball Black Blue walls, brown stained wood floors and brown velvet armchair with yellow curtains

The 60s ceramic jug is from a Berlin flea market; the vintage rug from allthehues.co.uk

Homes: why dark grey is a bright idea

"The bathroom is a gloriously feminine, mismatched space. 'I wanted to avoid a cold, sterile room,' Kornstein says. It's filled with prints and photographs – the collection grows, piece by piece – distressed furniture and scuffed vintage mirrors, their surfaces showing the patina of age."

Anatomy of style: Vintage

"The bathroom is a gloriously feminine, mismatched space. 'I wanted to avoid a cold, sterile room,' Kornstein says. It's filled with prints and photographs – the collection grows, piece by piece – distressed furniture and scuffed vintage mirrors, their surfaces showing the patina of age."

Billionaires' basements: the luxury bunkers making holes in London streets. Illustration: Ben Hasler. http://gu.com/p/3byy2

Billionaires' basements: the luxury bunkers making holes in London streets

Billionaires' basements: the luxury bunkers making holes in London streets. Illustration: Ben Hasler. http://gu.com/p/3byy2

Somerset House to celebrate beards with portrait exhibition | Art and design | The Guardian

Somerset House to celebrate beards with portrait exhibition

Somerset House to celebrate beards with portrait exhibition | Art and design | The Guardian

EN IKKE-SAND NETHISTORIE: One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.

EN IKKE-SAND NETHISTORIE: One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880's was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.

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Multi-layered Papercut Illustrations by Owen Glidersleeve

Nicholas de Jong  reviews Pirandello LIOLA | Review by the Guardian critic Nicholas de Jong  of  Pirandello`s `Liola` in the first the English language translation by Fabio Perselli, also the  director of Internationalist Theatre`s ( then known as New Internationalist Theatre) production ( financially assisted by the Gretaer London Council ) performed at London`s Bloomsbury Theatre   AS Nicholas de Jong, eminent drama critic of The Guardian  review of July 1982,points

Nicholas de Jong reviews Pirandello LIOLA | Review by the Guardian critic Nicholas de Jong of Pirandello`s `Liola` in the first the English language translation by Fabio Perselli, also the director of Internationalist Theatre`s ( then known as New Internationalist Theatre) production ( financially assisted by the Gretaer London Council ) performed at London`s Bloomsbury Theatre AS Nicholas de Jong, eminent drama critic of The Guardian review of July 1982,points