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March 20th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Editor’s Picks: Spring Equinox

August 1st, 2013 by ART WEDNESDAY

Eco Boutique

October 30th, 2012 by ART WEDNESDAY

What’s On: Collaborative Cities

July 26th, 2012 by ART WEDNESDAY

Markus Lupfer x Trees for Cities

October 21st, 2011 by ART WEDNESDAY

Links of London & FEED

Editor’s Picks: Spring Equinox

Today is officially the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere and although we’ve had glimpses of sun these past few weekends we can now start talking festivals, bare …

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Eco Boutique

For the first in our new Seller of the Week feature, we chatted to London-based Eco Boutique, a t-shirt brand who cleverly combine urban style with ethics. Drawing inspiration from …

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What’s On: Collaborative Cities

We like to think that by bringing you the best in art and cultural goings on in cities around the world, we are creating a big Art Wednesday community, which …

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Markus Lupfer x Trees for Cities

We rather like it when designers wander off the normal fashion path and end up in the uncool, yet worthy arena of charity, and in the process, the designer pumps …

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Links of London & FEED

There are two things that will get us out of bed in the morning: food and charity. Ok there are a few more, but we won’t go into them right …

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Trees for Cities x Giles Decon

Giles Deacon, fashion designer extraordinaire, dresser of celebrities and… environmental campaigner?  We were a little surprised too, but he has “taken time out from his demanding schedule” to support urban …

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TOMS – Style Your Soul

You know that we love TOMS, so we’re not going to bother outlining exactly what makes them such a good idea again (hint – it involves the canny combination of …

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Ex Limbo

If there’s one thing the fashion industry hates (possibly), it’s frivolous waste; so often (read: rarely), you’ll hear fashion-types bemoaning the ephemeral nature of trends, and wailing miserably about the …

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TOMS x No-One: Opening Night

The more astute AW reader might remember our little rant about the agony and the ecstasy of wearing slippers in public last week, which eventually segued into an endorsement of …

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Estethica

It’s easy to think of Fashion Week as a hub of thoughtless consumerism, centered mainly around flogging hugely expensive clothes to hugely attractive people, but there’s a more thoughtful side …

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Forests: The Crunch Vote

You’ve probably heard about the crunch vote on the fate of our forests that’s happening in a mere 24 hours, so we thought we’d post a little more information about …

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Telecity Group Silent Auction

THERE SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN A TRE- What? Oh, a silent auction. Sorry, we’ll switch to a conspiratorial whisper, then. There seems to have been a trend recently for the …

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PDF to WWF

The World Wrestling Federation and the new WWF file format have two things in common. The first is their acronym, and the second is – well, uh, actually, they have …

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We Love You, Eyjafjallajökull

We’d like to show you, if we may, a visualisation of the Northern European airspace returning to use after being closed due to volcanic ash: Due to varying ash density …

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The Cardboard Book Project

Every so often, an art project warms our icicle-laden cockles, and we consent to letting out an ‘Ahh!’ of delight. We have to say, we do appreciate the lo-fi quality …

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TOMS Style Your Sole

We’ll level with you – we’re completely crap at crafts. An art degree is one thing, but we’ve never quite been able to figure out how to wield a pair …

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Slavoj Zizek

In this RSAnimate short, renowned philosopher Slavoj Zizek tells us about the real purpose of charity donations and Fairtrade assurances being included in so many of our products. Hint – …

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Richard Seymour

“We’re back to the Middle Ages in terms of communications,” says Richard Seymour, co-founder and director of London-based Seymourpowell, one of the world’s top design and innovation firms.” If the …

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Kristen Wicklund

Plastic shopping bags are terrible, aren’t they? Admittedly, it’s good that shops ask us if we want them or not these days, but they still breed like rabbits. Artist and …

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Shoreditch Social Centre

Bar and gallery space The Foundry was one of our favourite fixtures in East London; dark, grimy, stinking of chlorine and possibly of death, this dive was a little slice …

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New Film: Coalition of The Willing

After the light relief of women dancing around in their underpants earlier, we thought we’d better mention something a little more serious, lest the readers of AW write us off …

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Alice Dellal's Whaling Ban Video

Speaking of whaling, the WDCS have produced this short film to raise awareness of the upcoming changes in legislation, in collaboration with those blokes out of The Horrors, Christopher Eccleston …

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Trekstock 10,000 Hearts

Trekstock is proud to announce its limited edition pop-up shop, launching July 1st just off London’s world famous Carnaby Street. Trekstock have collaborated with ten international bands/artists to design a …

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Fish

Yesterday was World Oceans Day, which – to all intents and purposes – meant absolutely nothing, as it felt like there was no immediate thing we could do while staring …

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