“We’ll march on ugliness and stupidity, we’ll make loveliness compulsory, and the roar of our orchestra engines will soar evermore in a glorious, annihilating symphony, for the tyranny of beauty is our god-given duty: every child at birth is to be issued with a ukulele, given their own flag and granted absolute and utter sovereignty, and as long as it’s coloured in nicely and has an old woman on, make their own currency. Turn every urban address into a dripping Rousseau wilderness. We’ll keep advancing until there’s nobody not dancing. We’ll put politics in the pillory, put the art back in artillery; we can weaponise wonder, and our voice shall be as thunder… Cometh the moment, cometh the Mandrill.”
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Coffins float eerily down a submerged road in Louisiana after severe flooding dislodged them from graveyards.
Monday, August 15, 2016
Inquiry says it is looking into department’s response to allegations of child sexual abuse in detention centres and is yet to decide if hearings are needed