An illustrated poster celebrating what makes Bristol, England oh so special! Designed by locals this poster showcases many of the fantastic and stunning locations and activities that makes Bristol a great city. Included are the iconic Clifton suspension bridge, world famous hot air balloons, the stunning colourful houses, Alfred the Gorilla, The SS Great Britain, Banksy's Angel Statue and many well know Bristol landmarks. Only £10.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - The HMS Victory at Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is one of Hampshire's most popular tourist attractions. Launched in 1765, she is best known as Lord Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. HMS Victory currently resides in Portsmouth, where she has been since 1922, having undergone a series of restorations. Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is also home to the HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose (the new museum opened earlier this year).
Emma. 2009, Antony Williams trained at Farnham College of Art and Portsmouth University in the UK. He works almost exclusively in egg tempera which can be a painstaking and exacting medium, but which allows him to express a deep feeling about the look of the world.
Three Wizards do battle with a giant robot cyclops, armed with: lasers, facial hair & and excessive testosterone levels. Team Wizard is comprised of students from Portsmouth University Billy Mpetha - The Cyclops / 3D character Animator, Modeler and Rigging (2D effects animator for last shot) David Sadler - The Surfer Old Guy / 2D Animator, Compositor, Concept Artist Dan James - Odysseus and Cat / 2D Animator, Sound Design Chavdar Yordanov - Wizard Girl / Lead 2D Animator, ...
Portsmouth Beach Hotel Panorama Dominica Ross University Peter De Mola Go to http://iBoatCity.com and use code PINTEREST for free shipping on your first order! (Lower 48 USA Only). Sign up for our email newsletter to get your free guide: "Boat Buyer's Guide for Beginners."
Slice through the celestial equator showing the radial component of the velocity field (in kilometres per second). Blue regions are falling towards us and red regions are flying away from us. Galaxies of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey main galaxy sample are overplotted. In the centre of the slice, the infalling dynamics of the Sloan Great Wall, one of the largest structure of the known universe, can be observed. Credit: University of Portsmouth