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You are the Revolution | Anonymous ART of Revolution

You are the Revolution | Anonymous ART of Revolution

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing | Anonymous ART of Revolution... repinned by http://My-Daily-Quote.com

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing | Anonymous ART of Revolution... repinned by http://My-Daily-Quote.com

children are drawing the shape of a tree out of the stumps of trees. This picture is saying, the children in future generations won't understand what is was when trees were in the world because, we are destroying them and chopping them down. The type of satire being used id juvenile

Mommy, What Was It Like To Live Among The Trees?

children are drawing the shape of a tree out of the stumps of trees. This picture is saying, the children in future generations won't understand what is was when trees were in the world because, we are destroying them and chopping them down. The type of satire being used id juvenile

In Case of Revolution Anonymous Mask Shadow Box

In Case of Revolution Anonymous Mask Shadow Box

Causes of the French Revolution | French Revolution Chart

Causes of the French Revolution | French Revolution Chart

Anonymous ART of Revolution

Anonymous ART of Revolution

The American Revolution!  Using cards as a timeline or a flip book to learn the story of the Revolutionary War.  Great for classroom or homeschool use!

The American Revolution! Using cards as a timeline or a flip book to learn the story of the Revolutionary War. Great for classroom or homeschool use!

FENCE: Cog pattern, like corduroys, emblematic of the industrial revolution could be used for a fence pattern idea, or even a gate.

FENCE: Cog pattern, like corduroys, emblematic of the industrial revolution could be used for a fence pattern idea, or even a gate.

Marcel Duchamp's alteration of the Mona Lisa in 1919. Part of the Dada Movement.Smithsonian Magazine online, May 2006.

Marcel Duchamp's alteration of the Mona Lisa in 1919. Part of the Dada Movement.Smithsonian Magazine online, May 2006.

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