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The Proclamation of the Irish Republic: notes from Dublin

The image above shows a full-size facsimile of the original Proclamation (made from a scan of the copy at the Providence Public Library, Rhode Island, USA) propped against the stonework of one of the northern gateways to the yard of Dublin Castle, which was the centre of political administration in Ireland for many hundreds of years. Show More Summary

In Renovated UN Chamber, Salto & Sigsgaard’s Council Chairs Take Center Stage

3 years agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

The Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations, originally designed by Danish architect Finn Juhl in 1952, reopened last month after a three-year renovation. “We all moan about the United Nations, but there was no supranational...Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Chris Orwig!

Photo by Bruce Heavin My name is Chris Orwig, I’m a photographer, author, teacher and on the photography faculty at the Brooks Institute. Thanks for reading and let’s dive in! “A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It isContinue...

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