The title sequence of The Lion King with all the animals gradually phased out by Studio Smack (a conservation awareness promo for Greenpeace), leaving ‘the beautiful yet oppressive backgrounds of the African savanna.’
Directed by Roger Allers & Rob Minkoff.
(Top pic: textile restorer Rachel Phelan breaks it down for Squee, invited guests and the assembled Labour Massive.)
The newly conserved Starry Plough flag that once flew over the Imperial Hotel (now Clerys) during the 1916 Rising, unveiled at the National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, last night.
The conservation was funded, in conjunction with National Museum of Ireland, by the Labour Party as part of its centenary celebrations.
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
A stencil first spotted on Bray Main Street last November, since neatly amended in the spirit of interventive conservation.
The system works.