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Beautiful line drawings by Hara Katsiki

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By Hayley Warnham in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

The work of multi-talented Hara Katsiki covers a whole range of creative disciplines, but it’s her delicate line drawings that really caught my eye. In particular, her gold on black Garden of Eden piece, which makes me feel nostalgic for the foil scratch art I used to do as a kid.

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Lecarla: named Best International Breakout band in 2010

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By Hayley Warnham in New Music on Tuesday 20 December 2011

If you’re to make one music resolution this New Year, make sure it’s to check out Lecarla. Named Best International Breakout band in 2010, they have since shared the stage with heavyweights such as Does It Offend You Yeah?, Deaf Havana, Young Guns, The King Blues, My Passion and The Towers Of London. Definitely ones […]

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Quirky illustrations by Murray Somerville

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By Hayley Warnham in New Illustration on Tuesday 20 December 2011

If you’re a fan of the weird and wonderful, you’d be stupid not to check out the work of Murray Somerville. His quirky illustrations transport you to a surreal and humorous world, and have appeared across a range of zines, comics, t-shirts and even Becks bottles.

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Everything Is Beautiful by Hayley Warnham

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By Hayley Warnham in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

My passion for old school photography has taken on new levels with my recent project entitled Everything Is Beautiful. Injecting colour and life back into inherited family photographs, I explored the notion that beauty can be found even in the mundane.

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Self-hate messages on cleaning product bottles

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By Hayley Warnham in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Wouldn’t life be great if we could just bottle up all those positive emotions and store them away for a rainy day? Well, Neil Wax has done exactly that, but instead using emotions we’d much rather forget. Pass the bottle of shame, please.

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