Hundreds of pool noodles invade an abandoned alley in Québec City, Canada, for the Delirious Frites installation created by creative collective Les Astronautes.

Hundreds of pool noodles invade an abandoned alley in Québec City, Canada, for the Delirious Frites installation created by creative collective Les Astronautes. fun interactive street art installation for summer fun when the kids are bored

Blind Light, 2007, all images courtesy of the artist and Jay Jopling/White Cube, London, all photos (except Event Horizon): © Stephen White In his first major UK solo exhibition, at the Hayward Gallery, Antony Gormley has colonised the building, literally.

Gormley's Ghosts

Bottles of orange juice and cod-liver oil, distributed to pre-school children in Britain during WW2 and still available in the 1950's when Mum fostered babies.

I remember this orange flavour "vitamin" which we took by the teaspoon like the cod liver oil behind. Much preferred the orange medicine.

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