The School of Life is devoted to developing emotional intelligence through the help of culture. We address such issues as how to find fulfilling work, how to master the art of relationships, how to understand one’s past, how to achieve calm and how better to understand, and where necessary change, the world.
The School of Life is a place to step back and think intelligently about central emotional concerns. You will never be cornered by dogma, but we will direct you towards a variety of ideas from the humanities – from philosophy to literature, psychology to the visual arts – ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. You will meet other curious, sociable and open-minded people in an atmosphere of exploration and enjoyment.
Papersmiths specialises in design-led stationery and paper goods. From notebooks to pencil sharpeners and fountain pens to scissors, they’ve handpicked items from their favourite designers and makers across the globe.
Their carefully considered curation of books and magazines includes interior, architecture, graphics, music, fashion, film, travel, food and children’s titles. Come and visit in person! You’ll find beautiful desk accessories, hard-to-find homewares and in-store exclusives amongst rows of neatly laid out stationery in their Bristol store.
Clap Clap is a stationery brand created by graphic designer and illustrator Mimi Kim. Inspired by the surroundings from our regular life, Clap Clap brings the fun and joyful imagery through cards, notebooks, calendars, and other paper goods.
Mimi Kim, owner of Clap Clap was born in Korea. During her college years, she dreamed of having her brand studying graphic design. After working as a graphic designer for years, she finally started her stationery brand Clap Clap. Every product of Clap Clap is designed by her.
Side Effects is a carefully created art graphics collection and an online shop for art lovers. Theirr idea is to present and distribute high quality contemporary art graphics of young aspiring authors from all around the world. Side Effects collection promotes their uniqueness and celebrates the best contemporary art of both emerging and established artists. These art graphics reflect a broad range of styles, ideas and perceptions, communicating something we consider to be the finest art of today.
Side Effects collection aspires to enrich your living and working spaces, providing a breath of fresh air in your home, office, mountain cottage in the woods, seaside cabin, or your lover’s hideout. With their cutting-edge design, great production quality and fine aesthetics, all Side Effects art graphics are produced in limited series of one hundred pieces with a hand signed serial number X/100. Side Effects collection is ever growing, with numerous outstanding authors and art graphics still to come, so be sure to follow them regularly.
On Tuesday, Sept 20, the boys had a London show and we had this fan report by @hazza-tommo:
Another thing about the gig tonight Louis, Niall and Liam were all going on about how loud it was for a Tuesday and they kept going on and on about Tuesday and Liam went “What’s so big about Tuesday? This Tuesday or Next Tuesday?” and Louis was like “Well today’s Tuesday and we’ve got a gig” and I was DYING. I literally checked my phone to see how close we were to 10pm to see any big news dropping. They fucking know the fandom is on edge on a Tuesday the little shits.
So of course, we took that into consideration, thinking maybe it was a head’s up from the boys, but nothing significant happened the following week on Tuesday.
Now this past Tuesday, October 20, the boys were supposed to have a “gig” but it was cancelled for the first time in One Direction history.
I started thinking about the fan report, and I could have sworn we had video of the exchange as well but after trying to look and with the help of @silentlarryshipper we weren’t able to find anything. I wasn’t sure what date the boys had this exchange, but when silentlarryshipper discovered it was on Sept 29, I looked into the shows that followed.
Ok so we have Tuesday Sept 29 in London. The thing is the next Tuesday the boys are supposed to have a gig is the show that was cancelled on October 20. So between the London show on the 29th and the show that was supposed to happen on the 20th there were no Tuesday shows.
Looking into what Liam said “This Tuesday or Next Tuesday?” it is one big ass coincidence that the next Tuesday they were supposed to have a gig was cancelled.
Now this is just something we stumbled upon, it could very well just be a big ass coincidence and Liam was really sick, but I mean you know how it goes with this band and coincidences.
If anyone happens to find a video I’d greatly appreciate it!
Straight backs are happy backs. Kånken was launched in 1978 to spare the backs of school children. Back problems had begun to appear in increasingly younger age groups and shoulder bags were popular. Kånken has many simple, clear functions. The backpack soon became a common sight at pre-schools and nature schools around the country. The idea of using a backpack quickly spread, as did Kånken. It is just as popular today, and an excellent choice for school, outings or biking to work.
Kånken is made out of durable, lightweight Vinylon F. The large main compartment with a large opening makes it easy to put in/take out items. Two side pockets and a zippered pocket in the front. Handle at the top, narrow, supple shoulder straps, sitting pad in the pocket in the back and logo that doubles as a reflector.
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After a year of collecting here’s my collection of 80 something tsums (I lost count)! It’s so big that they can’t even stack up straight! Every one of these tsums holds special memories of the adventures me and my bf went on to find them. I’ll cherish them always ❤️
In 2010, the Danish brand and design agency e-Types established their own type foundry, Playtype. Featuring expert-level typeface design, Playtype creates custom-made typefaces for brands and corporations, and has an extensive library of fonts available to individuals or graphic companies. For any project, Playtype believes in distinct and unique typefaces as the main ingredient in strong, modern visual identities.
Besides the corporate business and online type foundry, Playtype also has a flagship store in Copenhagen, an online store, and more than 150 reselling stores around the world distributing Playtype posters, mugs, and more.