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April 16th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Wednesday’s Child: Beara Beara

April 15th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

New York by King Deco

April 11th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

run like ‘elle Marathon Mix

April 9th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Wednesday’s Child: Stephen Einhorn

April 8th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Inspiration Fix: Anna Maguire

Wednesday’s Child: Beara Beara

The perfect fit for festival season, Beara Beara bags have that warm, tactile, long-loved look of leather and super soft suede that often takes a lifetime to achieve. Designed in the UK …

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New York by King Deco

Cutting her teeth on the New York cultural scene, singer King Deco ditched any plans she had to return home to her native Jordan after falling hard for the creative pull of …

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run like ‘elle Marathon Mix

Trend Editor, fashion writer, Nike consultant, marathon runner and legs for days, Elle Hankinson (AKA run like ‘elle) knows how to get motivated. She’s run marathons in London, NYC and Jamaica, …

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Wednesday’s Child: Stephen Einhorn

On the release of a new video offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the intricacies of the jewellery-making process, we caught up with Stephen Einhorn to talk influences, heirlooms and Paris catacombs… Can you …

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Inspiration Fix: Anna Maguire

Anna Maguire packs an extensive creative punch; photographer, director, actress…an all-round image maker who beautifully observes the quiet, and often unseen, interactions of daily life. Through her photography work, friends and family …

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Studio Visit: Draw in Light

Draw in Light is a womenswear label created by Harriet Barford and Polly Wilkinson. Each of their garments is free-hand silk screened in London; due to these processes, each of their …

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LA by Petite Meller

Cute, coquettish and with more than a passing thing for pastel, Petite Meller is a Parisian singer-songwriter who is carving out a niche with sound and visuals that are both sugar-coated surrealism …

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Inspiration Fix: C F McEwan

Textile artist and designer Clare McEwan creates silk scarves that are like wearable works of art. Inspired by the play-off between light, shadow, texture and surface, Clare shows respect for artisanal craft, …

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Studio Visit: Illustrated People

Illustrated People have been making punchy print-led collections for almost a decade from their studio off Brick Lane. Inspired by London youth culture and the grass roots creative scene, the label …

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David Shillinglaw x Scream Pop Up

We headed down to Carnaby Street to check out David Shillinglaw’s Cosmic Kiosk, do a bit of mono printing with him, and have a good old chat about what makes …

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Wednesday’s Child: Sarah Parham

Childhood memories of mixing cocktails at sundown seem an unlikely source of inspiration for a jewellery collection, but today’s Wednesday’s Child, Sarah Parham of SVP Jewellery,  paints a vivid picture of …

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Annu’s Make-up Tips

Finnish born, London-based illustrator Annu Kilpeläinen gives us her best make-up tips and answers a few quick questions. Finnish or English summer and why? They are not really known for their …

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#ArtWednesday Featured Artist: Lindsay Mapes

Lindsay Mapes was born and bred in the midwest, travelling the Bible Belt from Arizona to Kansas City , learning the patience to take the perfect photograph en route. Schooled in …

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Wednesday’s Child: Janine Barraclough

Today’s spotlight is on Janine Barraclough; a jewellery designer who creates punchy, graphic accessories that fuse influences as diverse as Aztec and Art Deco. From her studio in Hackney, she talks us through her …

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#ArtWednesday Featured Artist: Laura Haines

Meet Laura Haines; designer for an international music merchandising company, compulsive creative, cat fan. This illustrator from Kingston upon Thames caught our eye with her topographic portraits that trace the …

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Wednesday’s Child: Eleanor Bolton

Eleanor Bolton‘s nimble fingers create sculptural rope accessories which elevate the craft of coiling to whole new levels. Her hand-stitched jewellery collection is deceptively lightweight, and cleanly marries tribal and …

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EXCLUSIVE: LYNNIE ZULU GIVEAWAY

We asked one of our favourite artists, Lynnie Zulu, to create a special print just for us. She chose to illustrate her favourite show from the AW14 season, Proenza Schouler; …

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An Interview with Blouse

“As a listener and a fan, I don’t like when bands try to reinvent themselves too much.” It’s a bold statement to make when your own has just ditched woozy …

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Studio Visit: Eleanor Bolton

After working with the likes of Tatty Devine and Hannah Martin, jewellery designer Eleanor Bolton has forged her own aesthetic using a unique craft technique of coiling and hand-stitching coloured cotton rope to create lightweight …

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An Interview with artist Nick Cave

It seems these days that we have a category for almost everything. In the art world, even more so: performance, installation, conceptual, painting, sculpture, new media, fibers, light and sound, …

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An Interview with Wolf Alice

Any band that names themselves after an Angela Carter short story is going to be special. And special is certainly the word to describe a band who have gathered a …

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An Interview with F.U.R.S

When we caught up with F.U.R.S last week, they were relaxing and having a pint before going on stage at the launch of their second single ‘Just Kids’. Chilled, easy-going and …

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An Interview with Alex Noble

Fashion designer, artist and set designer, Alex Noble has worked with some of the biggest names in the fashion and music industries. He’s showed three collections at London Fashion week, …

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Stupid Questions with Darcel Disappoints

We’ve been wanting to pin down Darcel Disappoints, cult character created by graphic designer Craig Redman, to do our Stupid Questions for a while now, as we thought his answers …

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An Interview with Lulu James

Our first introduction to Lulu James was over a year ago at a rather low-key gig in Brighton. Her dramatic stage presence and head-turning vocals instantly caught our attention and …

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