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With London Fashion Week Officially over. We take a look at our favourite parts.
“I’m going to end up like one of those old weirdos who lives in a network of tunnels burrowed through trash – yet I do not fear this.”
Jack Casling talks to Chris (Simpsons artist) about his unlikely fame, his tricks and, of course, York.
Maybe its because I’m nosey, maybe its the insight into human nature, or the sheer scope and variation of the human experience expressed, which actually shows us that we have more in common with each other than we might think, but I love PostSecret.
One&Other have compiled their (Slightly tongue in cheek) anti Valentine’s day playlist for all of the broken hearted misanthropists out there.
Here our fashion correspondent talks about why she still can’t get over McQueen.
We can’t get enough of Peter Stults’ imagined film posters. See if you enjoy them as much as us..
Diane Arbus is a photographer who has left an indelible mark on photography and on anyone who has viewed her images.
Matthew Higgins shares with us his love of Snowboarding and exactly what makes it so special.
Seen Pulp Fiction? What about Taxi Driver? Wouldn’t have existed without La Nouvelle Vague.
Ballard’s fiction is disturbing and eerily prescient, and often concerns itself with the lifting of the veil of civilisation to reveal the savagery that lies behind.
Vicky Parry Loves Doc Martens – she explores the history of the brand and her own personal appeal.
Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has revealed he will be collaborating with Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki with a new album release.
We couldn’t resist some kind of tribute to the great man today on his 66th birthday, so we’re drinking some damn good coffee with a big slice of cherry pie, while watching some of our favourite David Lynch moments.
With The Artist sweeping the boards at the Golden Globes and currently taking the box office by storm, it begs…
Our love affair with books has just reached a new high thanks to a charming stop-frame animation film.