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KIRSTY WHITLOCK I like kirsty Whitlock's work as she uses free machine embroidery to draw and adorn a surface. She uses recycled materials like in this piece she has used a tesco bag and a newspaper to create a piece. These slogans are embroidered onto the bag and are comments about society today. I love political art as I feel it has purpose and is another way of people speaking their views. There is also layers thread sewn and left hanging to create more texture and distress the piece.

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What are you going to do when all reserves are tapped out and they have fracked the life out of mother earth? Go GREEN. Reduce travel pollution with video conferencing.

BBC - BBC Arts - The Modern Face of Syria: Imranovi's art of war - “The new Syria has only one face to show to the world.”

At least Trump has asked these racial attacks to stop, but maybe if he hadn't encouraged them with racist comments it wouldn't have got this bad.

I appreciate the sentiment. However, it's not "my" government. And simply replacing one form of authoritarian control with another won't change a thing.

Late 1800's ~ Anna Pottery Stoneware Jug completed covered in Writing .... These Unique Pieces of Pottery were the ‘Messengers’ of their Opinions on Politics, Corrupt Tax Revenuers, the Temperance Movement & many other Socially Engaging Topics .... Glug.