Art & Culture

“She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.”
– Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

One song #7 – Love Gun by Tess

One song #7 – Love Gun by Tess

A burning flame. This would be what best characterizes Reunion Island singer Tess’ latest track, ‘Love Gun’. Trying to stay…

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One song #6 – Cupid by Brooklyn

One song #6 – Cupid by Brooklyn

With Valentine’s Day coming up, no one really wants to listen to songs for broken hearts. Yet, Essex artist Brooklyn‘s…

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Singer’s Breakdown Gives Birth To A Series Of Somewhat Cleansing Audible Photographs

Singer’s Breakdown Gives Birth To A Series Of Somewhat Cleansing Audible Photographs

CK Goldiing, a photographer from Sheffield in the UK, and Ivohé, a London-based singer-songwriter – ‘two friends hanging out… ready…

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Coco Martin’s ‘Opus Incarnate’ Series Redefines The Meaning Of Photography

Coco Martin’s ‘Opus Incarnate’ Series Redefines The Meaning Of Photography

“Reality is not real, perception in the new real. After all, photography is a beautiful [odd] lie”, Coco Martin states…

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TEN, The First Monograph Of Work By Artist Andrew Salgado

TEN, The First Monograph Of Work By Artist Andrew Salgado

Currently hosting Canadian artist Andrew Salgado’s latest solo show, The Snake, Beers London, which turned into some sort of Garden to welcome the colourful yet somehow dark and bruised paintings of the painter, is releasing TEN this December, the first monograph of work by the artist.

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Behind The Scenes Of Internationally Acclaimed Short Film ‘MAYA’

Behind The Scenes Of Internationally Acclaimed Short Film ‘MAYA’

While on a trip to his home country a few years ago, film director Veemsen Lama witnessed the horrifying poverty…

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The Re-Telling Of The Tale As Old As Time Has Unveiled Its First Full Trailer

The Re-Telling Of The Tale As Old As Time Has Unveiled Its First Full Trailer

Disney’s forthcoming live-action film is re-telling the tale as old as time, 1991 animated classic Beauty & The Beast. Directed by Bill…

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39 Of The Most Inspiring Harry Potter Quotes

39 Of The Most Inspiring Harry Potter Quotes

23. Don’t let the Muggles get you down.
– J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban

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Get Ready To Feel Dizzy With Instagrammer Angela Nikolau

Get Ready To Feel Dizzy With Instagrammer Angela Nikolau

Completely disturbed and incredibly daring, 23-year-old Angela Nikolau is a self-taught photographer from Moscow. She travels the world with her boyfriend, Ivan, and takes the craziest and most vertiginous and dizzying selfies from the edge of incredibly high buildings, and poses in front of some breathtaking cityscapes.

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‘The Snake’ By Andrew Salgado – Depicting Hate Towards Outsiders & Healing Their Wounds

‘The Snake’ By Andrew Salgado – Depicting Hate Towards Outsiders & Healing Their Wounds

As a gay man, Canadian artist Andrew Salgado has always felt that rejection and even experienced it in the most brutal way possible, when he fell victim to a hate crime at a music festival in Canada in 2008. The young man was then left toothless and unconscious. “Something like that shapes you forever…” he says. “But it’s how you process and move on from it where you find the silver lining.”

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Experiencing Burning Man – The Life-Changing Unexpected As Illustrated In Josh Yeo’s Short Film, ‘Deep Playa Sunrise’

Experiencing Burning Man – The Life-Changing Unexpected As Illustrated In Josh Yeo’s Short Film, ‘Deep Playa Sunrise’

Deep Playa Sunrise is their story. It tells the story of a chance encounter, of a kind gesture, of a fortune cookie filled with some of the most heartfelt, relevant, and life-changing words of John Lennon. It is the story of a small little something that is going to change everything.

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British Photographer Tom Cullingham – Recording A Moment That’ll Be Gone Forever

British Photographer Tom Cullingham – Recording A Moment That’ll Be Gone Forever

Three years ago I met a photographer. Today he’s become one of my very best friends. Thanks to both his jobs as a film producer and as a photographer, Tom’s almost always on the road, which means we don’t see each other very often. Hopefully, our 21st-century devices allow us to keep in touch and share everything from silly jokes, some work-related talks, and personal shit to really pretty views and amazing sceneries.

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Maya [Short Film Review]

Maya [Short Film Review]

Maya is an incredibly touching piece of cinema – a celebration of the beauty of life. No matter the obstacles, no matter the darkness and no matter the tears.
(Article originally published on 16 Jan 2016 – Latest update on 24 Sept 2016)

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Award-Winning Short ‘MAYA’ To Be Released Tomorrow

Award-Winning Short ‘MAYA’ To Be Released Tomorrow

I keep on saying that every person has their own story that shapes the way they perceive films, music, paintings, and writings… ‘MAYA’ has come at a time in my life when I needed a glimmer of hope the most. Not only is it a very poetic, visually brilliant film, supporting a story that withholds tenderness as much as it does cruelty, but also and mostly a heart-to-heart whisper breathing life into anyone watching it. So I’ll treat myself with this art piece tomorrow and keep it close to forever remember what it feels like to lose faith and find hope again.

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‘Amour Toujours’ – Victor Habchy’s Short Film Is Going To Make You Believe In Eternal Love

‘Amour Toujours’ – Victor Habchy’s Short Film Is Going To Make You Believe In Eternal Love

‘What’s the use of love?’ ask the late two French singers and past lovers, Edith Piaf and Theo Sarapo throughout…

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‘Ordinary Madness’ – The Redefinition Of Our Identity & Human Physicality In The Digital Age

‘Ordinary Madness’ – The Redefinition Of Our Identity & Human Physicality In The Digital Age

After the temporary exhibition of her latest photography project, Ordinary Madness, at Gazelli Art House, Charlotte Colbert and the gallery…

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