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:

1-45-8,  9-12,  13-16,  17-20,  21-24, and, 25-28.

Fake News Is Killing Minds, Almost Done

24 squares sewn. Only 4 left to do. Feels good.

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:

1-45-8,  9-12,  13-16,  17-20,  21-24, and, 25-28.

Storm Doris Is Coming And Fake News Is Killing Minds, 8

Below are links to the news items relating to each of my squares.

(Explanation regarding the above sentence).

Feb 1: Zelda the ferret has pacemaker fitted.     Thatcher inequality.

Feb 2: Blue Peter capsule dug up by mistake.      Brexit begins.

Feb 3: Vegetable rationing at supermarkets.      Gorillas and mobile phones.

Feb 4: Black Sabbath bow out.       Louvre attack.

Feb 5: Trump is going to give Queen saddle.       UK defences.

Feb 6: Grapes can help beat dementia.       Health tourists crackdown.

Feb 7: Aldi overtakes Co-Op.      Assad hangings.

Feb 8: Obama relaxes in Caribbean.      No more child migrants.

Feb 9: It Girl.       Russian friendly fire.

Feb 10: Arsenic in rice?      Public cash for fake news.

Feb 11: Fake News is killing minds.     4k-a-day locums.

Feb 12: David Davis is not blind.    North Korean ballistic missiles.

Feb 13: Facelifts.     Racism is alive and well in America

Feb 14: Drone taxis.

Feb 15: Tyrant Kim’s playboy brother.

Feb 16: George Cohen’s brain.       Gay marriage and church.

Feb 17: Cigarettes and alcohol.       Pakistan’s bloody week.

Feb 18: Nurdles.        Bombogenisis.

Feb 19: US patrols.        Russian plot.

Feb 20: 100,000 people starving.

Feb 21: Gnome thefts fund meth trade.     Lord’s taxi.

Feb 22: Trinny boob flash.      Storm Doris

Feb 23: Marmalade.       Scotland Yard appoints Dick.

Feb 24: Storm Doris.       Flood Alert.

Feb 25: Blob in Ukraine parliament.        Toxic air and schools.

Feb 26: Witches cast spell.       Taliban chief urges tree planting.

Feb 27: Olga Korbutt.        Moonlight mix-up.

Feb 28: Moon trip.       Hollande speech shooting.

Extra Days:

Jan 31st, 2017:   Fires In Chile,   Chimp Trafficking

March 1st, 2017:   Sir Philip Greed,   Soft Power Hourglass

Storm Doris Is Coming and Fake News Is Killing Minds, 2

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Here is the second post, recording days five to eight, of my February ‘news’ pieces.

You can see an explanation, of sorts, and the first four days here.

Links to the various news items are at the end of this post.

You can also see more spontaneous updates on my Instagram feed.

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Taken from the back of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, Sept-Dec 2016.

Taken from the back of a Guildhall School Events leaflet, Sept-Dec 2016.

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Taken from a National Gallery What's On leaflet, Autumn 2016. Image details on top photograph.

Taken from a National Gallery What’s On leaflet, Autumn 2016. Image details on top photograph.

 

Bronze Ku. Cicada motif. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Bronze Ku. Cicada motif. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

 

Section of a handscroll landscape entitled 'Nan Yu', ink on paper by T'ang Yin (1479-1523), Ming Dynasty. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Section of a handscroll landscape entitled ‘Nan Yu’, ink on paper by T’ang Yin (1479-1523), Ming Dynasty. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

 

Kuan ware. Sung Dynasty. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

Kuan ware. Sung Dynasty. British Museum. Taken from Chinese Art by Finlay Mackenzie. Spring Art Books, 1968.

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