- Archbishop Cranmer gets apocalyptic about the Investigatory Powers Act
- The Transformation of David Brooks: a fascinating article about one of America’s most important writers today as he grapples with the concept of sin
- All of Lloyd-Jones’ sermons are now available for free download
- Antony Billington quotes Michael Gorman’s remarkable ONE SENTENCE summary of the apostle Paul’s theology.
- The pressure of body image for young girls is premised on such falsehood – this 18year old Instagram star is achingly honest about what really goes on behind the camera
- I’ve linked various similar posts in which artists and photographers seek to articulate depression – but these are truly remarkable from photographer Ville Kansanen
- Reinventing the Fridge! In pre-electric days, this was very common – makes perfect sense. Who says “progress” is always good?
- There are few conditions more dampening to the spirit that rainy grey days. These brilliant murals that only show when wet are ingenious. Should be mandatory! See below.
- Another solution is increase the light access in modern buildings through some cool window designs. Like these.
- This sequence of Steve Cutts’ cartoons is chillingly close to the bone about the state of contemporary society
- Refusing to hate – a widowed man’s remarkable response to the terrorist attacks in Paris
- Chilling: portraits of inter-racial couples with some of the things that have been said to them
- This looks cool: the world’s first underwater archaeological museum in Alexandria
- Love it when old collections of familiar places come to light: here is a wonderful anthology of Frank Horvat’s images from 1950s London; then here are some from Holland over roughly the same period.
- Some fabulous (in every sense) photoshopped hybrid animals; but this is a different kind of fabulous – a dragon but made with snowshoes… and then nature photographers having a blast
- The 125 greatest songs with a Woman’s Name in the title!! Undoubted greats here
- Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterd’s is actually a pretty amazing film. Here he keeps his lonely editor happy by getting folks to greet her at the end of takes!
- Cambridge University has celebrated its glorious intellectual history by employing digital artist Miguel Chevalier to create some spectacular projections onto King’s College Chapel.