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"I’ve been going through a lot of student work this week (see it all here) and one of my favorites is this clever set of furniture that looks like rough sketches suddenly came to life. It’s enough to make you do a double-take, or to assume they’re just renderings. The collection, appropriately titled “rough sketch products” was created by art student Daigo Fukawa for his 2013 senior thesis exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts."

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Useful site for discovering European or North American cities when travelling.

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"This website is a ‘safe space’ for an open and honest conversation about the big issues that are at stake with the impending changes suggested for the Probation Service. Dive into our research, which has involved offenders, frontline professionals and experts, read our vision for the future of probation, download a summary and contribute your thoughts and ideas to the conversation."

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“One of my goals is to make it more efficient for the students to study,” Pilcher said. “Psychology-based research is increasingly clear. Humans learn best when they are moving; specifically, we learn best when moving and shortly after moving.”

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"Creativity does not take place in a social or cultural vacuum," Professor Haslam said. "Some might suggest we don't need to fund the Arts, or invest in Universities, because there will always be a handful of exceptionally creative people who can come up with good ideas when they are needed. "But our research shows you can't just rely on creativity to spring from nowhere. "Artists, writers and scientists often do their most creative work when collaborating with one or more people—with like-minded friends, colleagues and peers."

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