‘Under The Radar’ is an ode to the young artists who keep London moving with their immeasurable creativity. Through a mix of moody yet visually engaging sequences, synced with soundtracks, director Sonni Rossi portrays the feelings and lifestyles of the young creatives who are “Under The Radar”. This video is a superb // Read More
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Earlier in the year I had the pleasure of meeting Tim Andrew, a former solicitor who was forced to give up his practice due to the development of Parkinson’s Disease. His diagnosis sparked something which allowed his evidently creative mind to be explored. The last few years has seen Tim’s // Read More
It is one thing to become a successful clothing label in Brighton, it is another to expand into other areas to become a household name.
Last month I wrote an article on the WeSayNo campaign. This is our follow up to the aforementioned piece. Unfortunately Kickstarter declined their movement due to the charitable ethos so they have moved to IndieGoGo! A link to WeSayNo’ IndieGoGo page can be found here, where you can donate anything from // Read More
Delilah Holiday started off drawing death scenes containing her primary school teachers and has since gone on to hone her artistic skills and desire to draw into becoming a successful and innovative artist.
Alley-Kats is an independent clothing label based in the South of England. Creative designs all hand drawn by the staff themselves, they bring a fun, likeable personality to the table, which is absent from a lot of designers work. Their ethos is ‘creativity and originality before trends and fashion’ this // Read More
Recently we’ve been in contact with American streetwear brand Grime Styles. They have some great ideas and designs, here’s what they’re all about:
Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the subtleties of graffiti in the fourth and final part of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.
Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the relationship between graffiti and vandalism in the third part of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.