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Carl Krull

  1. Drawing 6, 100 x 40 cm, 2013, images posted with permission of the artist. 
  2. Graphite 7, 2012, 100 x 141 cm
  3. Graphite 4, 2012, 100 x 141 cm

Carl Krull website 

Upcoming Solo Exhibition, Carl Krull:Seismic at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 26th - October 25th, 2014

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Mumford & Sons’ second album Babel has become the fastest-selling album of the year in the US, according to Nielsen Soundscan. The release sold 600,000 copies in its first week, more than any opener this year.

It has become the London foursome’s first number one album in America. 

Marcus Mumford and Ted Dwane spoke to Newsbeat’s entertainment reporter Natalie Jamieson about what the record sales mean to them.

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This week’s NME is a new bands special, crammed full of the most exciting up and coming acts in the world right now, recommended by writers and artists alike. Here’s a taster.

I’m going to be cheeky here and pick one band and one solo artist. The band is Montreal’s Half Moon Run - potentially one of the most important bands debuting an album this year. It’s progresive without being pretentious. And my favourite new songwriter is Joe Banfi from Sheffield. He’s dark, edgy, serene and beautiful.

Best song: ’Hurricane’ (HMR), ‘Guts And Bones’ (JB)

Listen: Half Moon RunJoe Banfi.
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Carl Krull, Graphite 6, 2012, 100 x 141 cm, image posted with permission of the artist. 

Carl Krull website

Upcoming Solo Exhibition, Carl Krull:Seismic at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 26th - October 25th, 2014

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Mumford & Sons perform “Whispers in the Dark” on Later…with Jools Holland on 2nd October 2012.

Imagine if in the future famous bloggers got like books written about them and they have screenshots of text posts and underneath there’s like a little information box and it’s like “unknown by most, tumblr user Hi lied in over 300 of his “original” posts!” And like “little known fact, this tumblr user had to reblog their own post THREE times before it became well known to the public!” or “Earning it 100,000 notes in 2012, this post still gets notes TO THIS DAY.”

Fake $100 Bills Eluded Detection With Rare Quality

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It was the most popular counterfeit $100 bill in circulation, and for more than a decade its makers were a mystery to the U.S. Secret Service.

Agents collected and analyzed the fake greenbacks, which first popped up in Israelin the late 1990s. They were so good that they were often discovered only after they reached a bank or the Federal Reserve.

So when Secret Service agent Adam Gaab came across four of the fake $100s on May 17, 2012, shortly after they had been detected at a Loan Max in Northern Virginia, he knew he had the rare chance to link a bill back to the person who passed it.

“It was the No. 1 note,” said Ed Lowery, special agent in charge of the Secret Service’s criminal investigation division. “You aggressively run out leads on the No. 1 note.”

Source: Bloomberg

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