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    24 August 2011

    Bookseat by Fishbol Atelier and other intriguing stuff.


    The Bookseat, is a simple bookcase that playfully curves and becomes a seat. The creative design is a response to the advent of multifunctional spaces in today’s urban living.


    Does it mean that you can curve the bookcase? And really, it's a cute idea but I chair beside the bookshelf will save you the trouble of curving and uncurving.




    Alexa Meade: Real life painting

    American artist alexa meade creates her representational paintings directly on her subjects, covering people and objects in layers of acrylic paint before photographing them. the works offer an unusual conflation of painting, installation, and photography, as the three-dimensional forms are collapsed in space, taking on a 2D appearance in the prints. in her exhibitions, meade frequently paints over small rooms in which a human subject sits for the duration of the show, offering a performative aspect to her work.

     In Uganda, protesters are sprayed with colored water by the police, To identify and arrest them later. Many water cannons on the market today come with a tank specially designed to store a semi-permanent colored dye. If police decide they want to “tag” protesters with the dye, they can press a button to inject it into the main water stream. Once the water cannon is trained on a crowd, anyone hit by the spray will be easily recognizable by police. Uganda isn’t the only country to use dye in its water cannons: During the last 15 years, protesters in Hungary, Indonesia, Israel and India have all been showered with colored water.

    In Uganda, protesters are sprayed with colored water by the police, To identify and arrest them later. Many water cannons on the market today come with a tank specially designed to store a semi-permanent colored dye. If police decide they want to “tag” protesters with the dye, they can press a button to inject it into the main water stream. Once the water cannon is trained on a crowd, anyone hit by the spray will be easily recognizable by police. Uganda isn’t the only country to use dye in its water cannons: During the last 15 years, protesters in Hungary, Indonesia, Israel and India have all been showered with colored water.

    All photos and information taken from jonwithabullet, who probably took them from someone else

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