More – Queen Of Experiences

  • July 23, 2008

QueenJawJaw.comJawjaw, a baby boomer diva and legend in her own mind, was born and raised in North Alabama. One day she sat down and wrote her first experiential article.

Do you know who am I talking about? If you don’t, here you will discover a new character of literature, which will transmit you all she learnt through her life’s experiences. If you do, welcome, you will find this site very interesting to browse around through the Queen Jaw Jaw’s resources. The site is very interactive and fun, with drawing, pictures, enjoyable stuff, and much irony. At the top of your screen you’ll find your way to specific sections, such as the Lunch Hours Specials, the Trixie’s Pages, and Jaw Jaw Contests. Visitors can access plenty of poems and articles, as well as Jaw Jaw’s biography. Don’t lose time talking with the parrots; they are at the homepage to distract you from the real thing. Better get to read those articles and participate in the featured contests, where you can win some enjoyable prizes.

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More – Circus Posters Image Bank

  • February 18, 2008

CircusMuseum.nlWhether you are a circus fan or a vintage graphic arts enthusiast, will probably be a great find for you: a collection of circus arts prints from the Dutch circus memorabilia collector Jaap Best (1912-2002).

The original collection is available in the Teyler Museum in the Netherlands, and contains approximately 8,000 posters, 7,000 photos and picture postcards; hundreds of books, magazines and prints, plus circus programmes and newspaper cuttings. The largest part of the collection is available through this site, which can be browsed by the images the posters show –acrobats, magicians, freaks, funfairs, clowns, etc— and available for downloads in small formats (generally 260 x 350 pixels). The material includes date and information on the circus and artists it depicts, and the printer of the poster or print.

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