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Mother Goose

In our heart of hearts I think we all know there is something sinister about Mother Goose. The imaginary author of a collection of nursery rhymes, Mother Goose is usually portrayed as a dear old country women, often riding a … Continue reading

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Pecking Order

I am fascinated by hierarchies and I’ve been using bird imagery to illustrate a set of social layers. The duo of birds at the top are adjutant storks; possibly the largest bird in the world. They stand at seven feet … Continue reading

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