So what baby names are becoming extinct? Enter the most recent list! Flowercard looked at ONS data and revealed the most endangered girls and boys names in the UK. For expectant parents searching for a rare name that won't clash with any of their children's school friends, it's worth taking note of these options… … [Read more...] about The 10 most endangered baby names for boys and girls – and one is royal!
Boy meets girl design
The girl studied in class 5 and belonged to a middle class family. The boy is a student of class 6. He, too, belongs to a middle class family. Both the families are neighbours and live in apartments of a housing society under the jurisdiction of Lasudia police station in Indore. … [Read more...] about Infuriated over defeat in games, minor boy kills girl in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore
The Kvadrat project is a group exhibition showcasing furniture created by 28 different designers using its Febrik material – Ilori’s project focuses on interaction: a key theme for the British-Nigerian designer. “We’ve created a crosshatch, four-way bench,” he explains. “In a public space you might find a bench fixed to the ground and that’s it. This is created so that four people can sit on it and change it around. It allows them to engage.” The upholstered seat is called A Trifle of Colour and is covered in Febrik’s ice cream-sprinkle pattern fabric. It has wooden backrest spindles that can be moved or removed altogether so that users can face in or turn away for their own space. … [Read more...] about ‘Architecture and design should be for everyone’: Yinka Ilori’s colourful world
But Kelly was less interested in provoking the tabloids than adding a new voice to conceptual art. Something was missing, she felt, from the work made by these mostly male Americans up to that point. Her companion piece Antepartum, a looped film of her pregnant abdomen with her child kicking beneath the skin, hammered this point home. Today, it’s shown alongside minimalists such as Richard Serra or Donald Judd, only hers is a minimalism with a human relationship at its core. … [Read more...] about 10,000 revolutions: meet Mary Kelly, the mother of all feminist artists
Boys need to learn "to express themselves, to understand their insecurities, to be OK with showing pain, to be OK with being helped," she said. "Those abilities are essential for social connection. Without it, boys' only accessible outlet is anger. And anger leads to hate, which is why issues of sexism, racism and homophobia are directly intertwined to the emotional competency of boys and men." … [Read more...] about Urging game designers to create nuanced characters