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By Richard Jones. In June, , the self-appointed guardians of London's morals, became decidedly hot under the collar over a series of statues, some of them nude, which had appeared on the upper level of the new British Medical Association BMA building on the Strand. The building in question was the work of the architect Charles Holden, and his design incorporated eighteen tall niches, that would run the entire second floor length of the two outer faces of the building, into each of which could be slotted statues on themes of the BMA's choosing. Resisting the temptation to fill these alcoves with representations of portly, bewhiskered doctors, the British Medical Association commissioned a young year old sculptor by the name of Jacob Epstein to come up with something that would be worthy of the noble aspirations of its members, whilst, at the same time, giving passers-by in the street below something to look up at and admire. Thus did Epstein set to work on his first major outdoor commission, and, boy oh boy, did he give people something to look up at by chiseling eighteen colossal figures out of Portland Stone, each figure representing one of the various ages of man and woman from cradle to grave.
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Please refresh the page and retry. He was the son of Alison Lapper, who has shortened legs and no arms. Nearly 20 years ago, she was the model for the marble artwork which appeared on the Fourth Plinth in London and at the opening ceremony of the Olympics. Sussex Police is investigating the cause of his death. Whatever it is, there is help. The emotions I felt were indescribable. I had never imagined I was going to be a mother, never thought it could be possible.
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Disabled artist Alison Lapper's son Parys dies

Diversity and Design explores how design - whether of products, buildings, landscapes, cities, media, or systems - affects diverse members of society. Fifteen case studies in television, marketing, product design, architecture, film, video games, and more, illustrate the profound, though often hidden, consequences design decisions and processes have on the total human experience. The book not only investigates how gender, race, class, age, disability, and other factors influence the ways designers think, but also emphasizes the importance of understanding increasingly diverse cultures and, thus, averting design that leads to discrimination, isolation, and segregation. With over full-color illustrations, chapter summaries, discussion questions and exercises, Diversity and Design is a valuable tool to help you understand the importance of designing for all.
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Keeping advocates informed, inspired and connected since Click here for daily or weekly delivery. And disability groups in Britain hope the white marble sculpture of photographer Alison Lapper, which was unveiled Thursday on the Fourth Plinth pedestal in London's Trafalgar Square, will have as big an impact on attitudes toward people with disabilities.
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