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Vases for Vase

Vase is a joint creative venture between Jacques Greene, a Montreal-based producer, and Joe Coghill, who had a hand in LuckyMe and affiliated events in Glasgow, who now resides in London. Vase looks to cross lines of medium and expectation and simply release interesting creative work throughout any format that …


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Dancing To Picasso – Don’t Watch That, Watch This

The quite phenomenal Lil Buck just blew our minds with an improvised performance in the luxurious context of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, the art gallery set up by LVMH. At the Shchukin exhibition, which features over a hundred iconic early modernist masterpieces by French titans of art such as Degas, …



LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA: 14th International Architecture Exhibition – Fundamentals

Every two summers, the sinking city of Venice becomes the most important place in the art world. That’s because it gets taken over by the Venice Biennale; a sprawling, multi-disciplinary, triumphantly international celebration of art. Think Glastonbury-level importance, except everyone is wearing linen trousers and drinking prosecco on a boat.…



Hello Cheeky by Hattie Stewart

We love British illustrator, Hattie Stewart. We love her so much we collaborated with her on Notion issue 66 when we had superbabe Ariana Grande on the cover. A self-professed ‘professional doodler’, Stewart has collaborated with loads of other great people, too, including House of Holland, Marc by Marc …


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News: Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren – “The Art Wall Project”

Those lovely folks over at Ralph Lauren are always pushing boundaries and their Denim & Supply Art Wall Project is no different. The second installation of these massive project sees the brand’s New York City store transformed, with the faced replaced with a large-scale digital illustration by School of Visual …



Album Review: CYMBALS – The Age of Fracture

London quartet CYMBALS’ last full-length, Sideways, Sometimes, may have felt almost rustic with its simplistic hooks and well-rehearsed ‘ahhs’ (not to mention lines about sharing candy bars), but it’s that record’s most pop elements that have spiralled out onto The Age of Fracture. Named after the monograph



Project Zoltar, Happy 10th Birthday!

For those of you who may need some educatin’, Project Zoltar is a multi-platform creative collective better known for its own punk-infused Street wear line, Soho-based brick and mortar store and collaborations with the likes of Nike and Frank 151. Look at that, you’re all educated intelligent culture creatures, now.…



Unlock Art: Browsing the International Art Market

Tate and Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts have unveiled their second of eight films in the ‘Unlock Art’ series which will be released online, on a monthly basis. Unlock Art: Browsing the International Art Market, starring Sally Phillips (Crackanory, Miranda and Smack The Pony), explores our society’s ever growing fascination …



Event Preview: Night Tales

Launching on 7th November, Night tales combines street food, cocktails and live DJ sets in a mystical winter hang out. The event comes from the team behind Dalston Roof Park and Background Bars, who will be hosting the six week project in a transformed East London car park and Underground …



Review: Frieze Art Fair

Stumbling into Regent’s Park like a boggy-eyed bandit, I slip on a few wet leaves and trip over a twig. It’s my first time at Frieze Art Fair with the purpose of writing about it, and the slips, trips, and rain combined with the sheer vastness of the park triggered …