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Is Gary Jones the next Banksy?

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By Kyle Renwick in New Art on Monday 28 May 2012

Artist Gary Jones combines mainstream media events with references to art history. The end result is a genuine rival to Banksy. Well, at least, we think so.

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Laura Hutchinson’s Dog Headed painting series

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By Kyle Renwick in New Art on Wednesday 23 May 2012

Laura Hutchinson’s Dog Headed series pits the aggressive reputation of man’s best friend, the dog, against man himself. Plan B’s new track, Ill Manors, is the ideal soundtrack to Laura’s work.

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Swish paintings: a new art series by Kyle Renwick

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By Kyle Renwick in New Art on Friday 11 May 2012

Swish paintings are a series of prints resulting from a search for the ultimate creative outlet. Was it art; with its ability to deliver a message even before the artist can articulate it?

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Super Consiousness: The Quest for the Peak Experience

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By Kyle Renwick in New Products on Friday 11 May 2012

The feeling of flow, as studied by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, is an artist’s natural drug of choice and the book, Super Consiousness: The Quest for the Peak Experience, digs deep to see what is really going on in those moments of bliss, where no outside noise can distract you from your single-minded focus. A must read […]

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New cityscape illustrations by Mathew Ellwood

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By Kyle Renwick in New Illustration on Wednesday 9 May 2012

The up-and-coming artist and illustrator, Mathew Ellwood, delivers on his ability to neatly package all the iconic landmarks of a city into a tower formation. Inspired by the tower of fable, the prints enable those that become detached from their home towns to cherish and recall their past adventures.

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Media Interviews with Morrissey: an online collection

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By Kyle Renwick in Cool Websites on Wednesday 9 May 2012

Morrissey, the solo artist and former member of the iconic band The Smiths, does not conform to mainstream ideals. So this website, which compiles a collection of his media interviews, provides an enlightened insight into the musician’s brutally honest viewpoint on creativity, fame and introspection. Much in the same way his sometimes shocking songs do.

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Strange and Beautiful (I’ll Put a Spell on You)

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By Kyle Renwick in New Music on Tuesday 8 May 2012

Aqualung first surfaced on our radar with the track Strange and Beautiful, which was licensed on a VW advert for the re-make of the cult classic car, the Beatle. Matt Hales, aka Aqualung, creates truly majestic melodic masterpieces that you can’t help but unwind to. Having experienced success, Aqualung arrived at a crossroads: maintain the […]

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Dicaprio and Scorsese to make The Wolf of Wall Street

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By Kyle Renwick in New Film on Tuesday 8 May 2012

The result of a collaboration betweeb Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese, filming will begin this Summer on the adaptation of Jordan Belfort’s memoir. Although Jordan’s story documents no artistic endeavour, it does examine the need to escape the numbness felt in a career you feel contributes little value to society, in this case, a stock […]

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T.25: an innovative car design by Gordon Murray

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By Kyle Renwick in New Design on Saturday 5 May 2012

Created by the designer who brought us the fastest automatic car in the world (the Mercedes McLaren SLR), the T.25 is innovative thinking at its best. Three T.25’s can fit into one standard car space and uses a new novel way of getting in and out of your car. Aimed at those living in our world’s mega cities, where every inch of space is valuable, the racing pedigree is maintained with a Formula 1 styled driving position.

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The Dykeenies: a Scottish indie rock band

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By Kyle Renwick in New Music on Saturday 5 May 2012

The Dykeenies, an indie rock band from Scotland, are well-established in the underground scene. If you discover some of their early stripped down and raw acoustic tracks, the quality is obvious: many songs sound even better than the mastered versions on their first album. This video epitomises what they are all about.

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