WHAT’S ON THE WEB THIS WEEK: IN THE LADYLOOP 18-05-16

Here’s a little round-up of things we’ve found interesting on the web this week. We call it the Ladyloop. So if you’re looking for somewhere to begin your web wanderings, this is a good place to start each Wednesday…

Clem found further proof that John Malkovich is utterly awesome… and bonkers!

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Uh-oh. Looks like a bulk order from the US is on the cards. Selina loves everything about the Oh Joy collection for Target... and they now ship worldwide!

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Bella is booking a ticket to this South London Gallery screening and Q&A of Rough Auntiesa Sundance-winning documentary by Kim Longinotto about a group of women who care for abused and neglected children in Durban, South Africa.

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Celia continues her gold obsession and loves the juxtaposition of it against the raw interior materials of The Sawmill house by Archier in Yackandandah, Australia

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Margherita never thought she’d be excited about airport expansions, but if architecture firm HOK’s green proposal for London Heathrow’s Terminal 6 goes ahead, that’s what it would be, exciting!

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Emma loves this artwork by French artist Thomas Mailaender. Taking old large-format negatives from the vast London-based photographic Archive of Modern Conflict, he burned their images directly onto the skin of people using UV sun lamps. It’s part of a group show at TJ Boulting in London.

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