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rebel not taken

by Bob Osborne on Wednesday 21 July 2010 in

For those with an historical bent, my own ancestry can be traced back to a long line of downtrodden peasants, hawkers, bare knuckle boxers, convicts, rag and bone men and all-round riff-raff - the heroic sort that has always scratched a dodgy living on the outside edge of society.
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broken toys

by Peter Davies on Tuesday 13 July 2010 in


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book on George the Giant Auger

by Bob Osborne on Tuesday 13 July 2010 in

researching my great uncle who was in the Barnum's travelling circus 1900-1920
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deconstructed books

by Bob Osborne on Tuesday 13 July 2010 in

Osborne’s love of literature and, by extension, books as concrete objects came about because-rather than in spite-of his ancestor’s lack of formal education.
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slot machine construction

by Peter Davies on Monday 12 July 2010 in

Among Bob Osborne`s early works between 1998 and 2001 were constructions made from broken slot machines,junk and fairground images.
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