Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin cat scratch posts available to buy at The Pussycat Riot.

An incredibly lifelike cat scratching post modelled on Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un for your censorship-hating cat to tear to pieces.

Vladimir Putin has recently introduced a wave of measures curbing people’s freedoms on the internet, so the time is right to let the cats of the internet show him what they really think of him.

This scratching post was painstakingly handcrafted by a team of artists and took over 200 hours to complete.

Price: £4,500 each. All money will be donated to charity.
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Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin cat scratch posts available to buy at The Pussycat Riot.

An incredibly lifelike cat scratching post modelled on Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un for your censorship-hating cat to tear to pieces.

Vladimir Putin has recently introduced a wave of measures curbing people’s freedoms on the internet, so the time is right to let the cats of the internet show him what they really think of him.

This scratching post was painstakingly handcrafted by a team of artists and took over 200 hours to complete.

Price: £4,500 each. All money will be donated to charity.
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Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin cat scratch posts available to buy at The Pussycat Riot.

An incredibly lifelike cat scratching post modelled on Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un for your censorship-hating cat to tear to pieces.

Vladimir Putin has recently introduced a wave of measures curbing people’s freedoms on the internet, so the time is right to let the cats of the internet show him what they really think of him.

This scratching post was painstakingly handcrafted by a team of artists and took over 200 hours to complete.

Price: £4,500 each. All money will be donated to charity.
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Info

Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin cat scratch posts available to buy at The Pussycat Riot.

An incredibly lifelike cat scratching post modelled on Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un for your censorship-hating cat to tear to pieces.

Vladimir Putin has recently introduced a wave of measures curbing people’s freedoms on the internet, so the time is right to let the cats of the internet show him what they really think of him.

This scratching post was painstakingly handcrafted by a team of artists and took over 200 hours to complete.

Price: £4,500 each. All money will be donated to charity.

Manchester City Football Club
Maine Road, 1977

This is a superb photo from the history books of Manchester City; the whole club, supporting staff and all, were out for a photo that day, outside the stadium.

The man in the most eccentric trousers is Tony Book, the manager. The five people at the forefront of the photo make up the executive team; on the left is Ian L. G. Niven, director of the club, a massive City fan and owner of the pub Fletcher’s Arms. Next to him is vice-chairman Simon Cussons, the managing director of the Cussons soap company, who was bringing new marketing ideas to the club. Next is finance director John Humphreys. Humphreys was also the managing director of shirt supplier Umbro and an astute businessman who once ensured that every team in the 1966 World Cup wore Umbro shirts. The the right is Robert Harris, director at Manchester City and chairman of Great Universal Stores and renowned as a fierce negotiator.

At the forefront of the picture is Peter Swales, Chairman of the club. Prior to joining Manchester City, Swales made his fortune in the radio and hi-fi business and had also invested in Altrincham F.C., a club which was recognised as one of the best run non-Football League clubs in English football.

St. Mark’s Bookshop
by Clouds Architecture Office

Located in New York’s East Village, St. Mark’s Bookshop has been selling books to ‘students, academics, artists and other discerning readers’ ever since it opened its doors in 1977. The current – already fourth – location of the much-loved local establishment has recently been completed by Clouds Architecture Office.

The brief called for a flexible space, allowing its use during special events frequently organised by the store’s proprietors. As a result, the architects wrapped the interior of the store with a continuous, slightly concave bookshelf that literally embraces the space. In the middle, the shelf bulges outwards, concealing a small office for the staff within.

‘The book shelving is designed to stimulate the ocular experience,’ say the architects. ‘Vertical supports are pulled back to pronounce the horizontal edges of the shelving and sharp corners are eliminated, allowing the eye to glide around the space without visual friction’
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St. Mark’s Bookshop
by Clouds Architecture Office

Located in New York’s East Village, St. Mark’s Bookshop has been selling books to ‘students, academics, artists and other discerning readers’ ever since it opened its doors in 1977. The current – already fourth – location of the much-loved local establishment has recently been completed by Clouds Architecture Office.

The brief called for a flexible space, allowing its use during special events frequently organised by the store’s proprietors. As a result, the architects wrapped the interior of the store with a continuous, slightly concave bookshelf that literally embraces the space. In the middle, the shelf bulges outwards, concealing a small office for the staff within.

‘The book shelving is designed to stimulate the ocular experience,’ say the architects. ‘Vertical supports are pulled back to pronounce the horizontal edges of the shelving and sharp corners are eliminated, allowing the eye to glide around the space without visual friction’
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St. Mark’s Bookshop
by Clouds Architecture Office

Located in New York’s East Village, St. Mark’s Bookshop has been selling books to ‘students, academics, artists and other discerning readers’ ever since it opened its doors in 1977. The current – already fourth – location of the much-loved local establishment has recently been completed by Clouds Architecture Office.

The brief called for a flexible space, allowing its use during special events frequently organised by the store’s proprietors. As a result, the architects wrapped the interior of the store with a continuous, slightly concave bookshelf that literally embraces the space. In the middle, the shelf bulges outwards, concealing a small office for the staff within.

‘The book shelving is designed to stimulate the ocular experience,’ say the architects. ‘Vertical supports are pulled back to pronounce the horizontal edges of the shelving and sharp corners are eliminated, allowing the eye to glide around the space without visual friction’
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St. Mark’s Bookshop
by Clouds Architecture Office

Located in New York’s East Village, St. Mark’s Bookshop has been selling books to ‘students, academics, artists and other discerning readers’ ever since it opened its doors in 1977. The current – already fourth – location of the much-loved local establishment has recently been completed by Clouds Architecture Office.

The brief called for a flexible space, allowing its use during special events frequently organised by the store’s proprietors. As a result, the architects wrapped the interior of the store with a continuous, slightly concave bookshelf that literally embraces the space. In the middle, the shelf bulges outwards, concealing a small office for the staff within.

‘The book shelving is designed to stimulate the ocular experience,’ say the architects. ‘Vertical supports are pulled back to pronounce the horizontal edges of the shelving and sharp corners are eliminated, allowing the eye to glide around the space without visual friction’
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Info

St. Mark’s Bookshop
by Clouds Architecture Office

Located in New York’s East Village, St. Mark’s Bookshop has been selling books to ‘students, academics, artists and other discerning readers’ ever since it opened its doors in 1977. The current – already fourth – location of the much-loved local establishment has recently been completed by Clouds Architecture Office.

The brief called for a flexible space, allowing its use during special events frequently organised by the store’s proprietors. As a result, the architects wrapped the interior of the store with a continuous, slightly concave bookshelf that literally embraces the space. In the middle, the shelf bulges outwards, concealing a small office for the staff within.

‘The book shelving is designed to stimulate the ocular experience,’ say the architects. ‘Vertical supports are pulled back to pronounce the horizontal edges of the shelving and sharp corners are eliminated, allowing the eye to glide around the space without visual friction’

(Source: frameweb.com)

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