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Tank with Playing Card Print White/red
£80.00
Tank with Playing Card Print White/red
Top by Les Prairies De Paris Made from 100% pure cotton. Soft touch jersey fabric. Crew neckline. Contrast playing card print to front. Regular fit. ABOUT LES PRAIRIES DE PARIS. Following in her designer father's footsteps, Marseille-born Laetitia Ivanez brings forth a contemporary collection for the chic Parisian girl. Drawing on her Mediterranean roots, Les Prairies De Paris offers up clean, easy-to-wear cuts with a delicate and feminine aesthetic. Think silk jumpsuits, cotton boy shorts and pinafore dresses.
ASOS
Wreck This Journal
£8.99 £7.49
Wreck This Journal
A new edition of Keri Smith's bestseller, with updated material Think of Wreck This Journal as the anarchist's Artist's Way -- the book for those who've always wanted to draw outside the lines but were afraid to do it. For anyone who's ever wished to, but had trouble starting, keeping, or finishing a journal or sketchbook comes Wreck This Journal, an illustrated book featuring a subversive collection of suggestions, asking readers to muster up their best mistake - and mess-making abilities to fill the pages of the book (and destroy them). Through a series of creatively and quirkily illustrated prompts, acclaimed artist Keri Smith encourages journalers to engage in "destructive" acts - poking holes through pages, adding photos and defacing them, painting with coffee, colouring outside the lines, and more - in order to experience the true creative process. With Keri Smith's unique sensibility, readers are introduced to a new way of art and journal making, discovering novel ways to escape the fear of the blank page and fully engage in the creative process.
Waterstones
Through the Language Glass
£9.99
Through the Language Glass
'Guy Deutscher is that rare beast, an academic who talks good sense about linguistics...he argues in a playful and provocative way, that our mother tongue does indeed affect how we think and, just as important, how we perceive the world' - "Observer". Does language reflect the culture of a society? Is our mother-tongue a lens through which we perceive the world? Can different languages lead their speakers to different thoughts? In "Through the Language Glass", acclaimed author Guy Deutscher will convince you that, contrary to the fashionable academic consensus of today, the answer to all these questions is - yes. A delightful amalgam of cultural history and popular science, this book explores some of the most fascinating and controversial questions about language, culture and the human mind.
Waterstones