June 13th, 2020

Carravaggio

My tweets

  • Fri, 15:42: (As someone who survived uni on a sole weekly trip to the buffet in Sussex St and learnt the fine art of stacking s… https://t.co/zwPyp9DCAk
  • Fri, 17:24: RT @LondonMudlark: The Rolling Stones taking a break from a spot of Mudlarking(!) this iconic photo was taken on the foreshore at Chelsea,…
  • Fri, 17:35: RT @nma: Expo 67, Montreal. The Australian pavilion included 240 'talking chairs' that delivered information to visitors in seated comfort.…
  • Fri, 17:37: RT @qldmuseum: How many ant species did Dr Chris Burwell, senior curator of insects, discover in his backyard? Read the article to find out…
  • Fri, 17:56: RT @MoviesSilently: Haven't done one of these in a while. I collected complaint letters from May and June of 1920; audiences pointing out e…
  • Fri, 17:56: RT @WIREDScience: Microplastic particles, tiny chunks of fragmented plastic bottles and microfibers that fray from clothes, have entered Ea…
  • Fri, 18:38: RT @HorrorHammer1: Chris Lee gets himself into character in his dressing room before shooting 'Scars of Dracula' (1971) https://t.co/jzjRhp
  • Sat, 06:46: RT @whatgrandmawore: This witty Elsa Schiaparelli 1937 design was created with artist Jean Cocteau. Its one of my favourites, depicting a h…
  • Sat, 06:49: RT @kateStrasdin: It’s Friday (phew!) so I have a new coffee break length YouTube for you. Today, how object based research can lead to une…
  • Sat, 06:50: RT @18thCent_Kitty: #FridayNightFrills 18th Century men's waistcoat, embroidered with an array of insects & florals c. 1790 via @cooperhewi
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