Jimmy Cauty’s Model Village Experience: The Aftermath Dislocation Principle

Bored of dystopian interzones?

Seen the destruction and mayhem?

Get ready for the utopian rebuild!


New Bedford Rising connected to the main section, via a suspension bridge, will be a massive construction site in the shape of the Tower of Babel. A spiral city where an immense solid gold pyramid is being built to usher in a new edenic era that the constabulary believe is imminent. New Bedford is rising from the wreckage; a paradise where policemen can roam free, living idyllic lives and raising their young in a crime free epoch of law and order, peace, and eternal bliss. Sponsored by Greggs and the Panacea Society.


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03. Museum of Brands and Packaging

Galleries and Museums of London

London has many great art galleries and museums, and during my time living here I’ve managed to visit a lot of them! Here is a round up of my favourites:

10. British Museum

10. British Museum


09. V&A

09. Victoria and Albert


08. National Maritime Museum

08. National Maritime Museum


07. Tate Modern

07. Tate Modern


06. Sir John Soane Museum

06. Sir John Soane Museum


05. Tate Britain

05. Tate Britain


04. Museum of London Docklands

04. Museum of London Docklands


03. Museum of Brands and Packaging

03. Museum of Brands and Packaging


02. White Cube Gallery

02. White Cube Gallery


01. Imperial War Museum

01. Imperial Way Museum


Which is your favourite gallery or museum in London? Leave a comment below.

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04 Park Avenue, NYC

10 of the most expensive properties for sale

Property prices are constantly climbing upwards, and these ten properties are some of the most expensive on the market today! Number 4 is my personal favourite.

10. Mayfair, London – £27m

10 Mayfair, London


09. Knightsbridge, London – £32.5m

09 Knightsbridge, London


08. Oxfordshire – £35m

08 Oxfordshire


07. St. John’s Wood, London – £37.5m

07 St. John's Wood, London


06. Mallorca – £41m

06 Mallorca


05. Marrakech – £45.9m

05 Marrakech


04. Park Avenue, NYC – £57m

04 Park Avenue, NYC


03. Switzerland – £58m

03 Switzerland


02. Kensington, London – £68m

02 Kensington, London


01. Beverly Hills, California – £68m

01 Beverly Hills, California


Which one is your favourite? Leave a comment below with your thoughts. If none of these take your fancy, perhaps you would rather a private tower block?


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Madrid Barajas Airport

The Largest Airports in the World

Airports are constantly getting bigger, and busier. However, some of the busiest airports in the world don’t even make the top ten for size! Below is the ten largest airports in the world, by size.

10. Beijing Capital Intl. Airport (2330ha)

Beijing Capital Intl. Airport


09. Cairo Intl. Airport (2550ha)

Cairo Intl. Airport


08. O’Hare Intl. Airport (2610ha)

O'Hare Intl. Airport


07. Don Mueang Intl. Airport Bangkok (2980ha)

Don Mueang Intl. Airport Bangkok


06. Madrid Barajas Airport (3050ha)

Madrid Barajas Airport


05. Paris Charles de Gaulle (3100ha)

Paris Charles de Gaulle


04. Shanghai Pudong Intl. Airport (3350ha)

Shanghai Pudong Intl. Airport


03. King Fahd Intl. Airport (3410ha)

King Fahd Intl. Airport


02. Denver Intl. Airport (4200ha)

Denver Intl. Airport


01. Dallas – Fort Worth Intl. Airport (4360ha)

Dallas - Fort Worth Intl. Airport