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Michael Komarck Illustration. Jim Tierney Art. Carrie Ann Baade, MFA - Painter. Six Inside. The Art of Todd Lockwood ©2007 - Home. Every day is dragon day. Debut Art – Illustrators and Artist Agents, London. Maser - Site Officiel de la bd de Frezzato aux Editions Desinge&Hugo&Cie. Concept Designer. - Home. ●●TatoomCity●● Illustrator & Painter. Thousand skies. Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers! @Starwatcher: I think you're more likely to get banned for making weird personal remarks about Annalee.

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

@Starwatcher: And why do you think she's the one who took your star away? @Starwatcher: Looking back, it appears you got unstarred because you thought the single-word comment "meh" was a great contribution to a conversation. We tend to expect a bit more from starred commenters than that. If you didn't like something, you could have explained why instead of just writing "meh" and leaving it at that. @Charlie Jane Anders: That one word said a lot, I thought. It isn't even the star really; I don't need io9's symbolic validation to feel my commentary here is worthwhile.

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Ross McDonnell. Ballymun. Ballymun had a population of 22,109 at the 2006 Census.


Amenities[edit] Today Ballymun has a wide range of amenities, from green spaces and the public Silloge Golf Course to a Tesco-anchored but very run-down shopping centre, a range of other shops and pubs and two hotels. The area has also seen investment in a public sector office development, with many branches of the city government (including a Motor Tax and Driver Licence office) and the Health Service and a very modern public leisure centre. There is a church in the old village centre, and a number of schools, including a Gaelscoil (Irish-speaking) primary school. Transport[edit] Ballymun is served by a number of Dublin Bus routes to the city centre including the numbers 4,and 13 with the 220 travelling between Ballymun and Blanchardstown and the number 17a between Finglas and Coolock via Ballymun. History and nature[edit] Streets have also been renamed.

Books about Ballymun[edit] Ballymun tower blocks[edit] Ballymun Tower. Digital Illustrations. Traverse Me. GPS Drawing [Gallery] [Maps] [About] TRAVERSE ME Warwick campus map [A4 Map] [Photographs] [Free Map] [Limited Edition Print] The University of Warwick campus map was drawn on foot at 1:1 scale with 238 miles of GPS tracks walked over 17 days 1:5 000 Scale 20"x30" Limited Edition Prints are available for £95 from the Mead Gallery Traverse Me is a map drawn by walking across campus with a GPS device to invite the viewer to see a different landscape to that which surrounds them. It questions the possibilities of where they are and inspires a personal reading of their movements and explorations of the campus.

Traverse Me Backside Photo map (more...) I responded to the structure of each location and avoided walking along roads and paths when possible.