Fake News Is Killing Minds, Gaps

All 28 days of February are now sewn. Thought I might leave those gaps at the beginning and end, but I don’t like them.

I might add the last day of January and the first day of March.

If you’ve no idea what I’m talking about (and want to know) click here.

To read the news items relating to each patch, click here.

The origins of the papers I used can be seen by clicking the links below:

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Storm Doris Is Coming and Fake News Is Killing Minds, 3

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Below are days nine to twelve of my February ‘news’ work, which I have explained in a bit more detail here.

You can also see more relaxed updates on Instagram.

Links to the various news stories are at the end of the post.

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Page taken from What's On, March-October 2016. Royal Collections Trust. Design by Sally McIntosh. The self-portrait shown in the image is by Artemisia Gentileschi.

Page taken from What’s On, March-October 2016. Royal Collections Trust. Design by Sally McIntosh. The self-portrait shown in the image is by Artemisia Gentileschi.

 

Taken from the back cover of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, September - December 2016.

Taken from the back cover of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, September – December 2016.

 

Christabel Pankhurst by Ethel Wright. NPG.

Christabel Pankhurst by Ethel Wright. NPG.

 

Lord Robert Edward Somerset by Thomas Heaphy. NPG.

Lord Robert Edward Somerset by Thomas Heaphy. NPG.

 

John Philpot Curran. Unknown artist. NPG.

John Philpot Curran. Unknown artist. NPG.

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