Ripley’s London introduces visitors to tasty landscapes made entirely of food

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Thursday 5 December 2013

So this is pretty cool. Liverpool artist Carl Warner is known for his ‘foodscape’ photography and his creative work is now on display at Ripley’s London for all to admire. His works showcase ‘iconic landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye and Tower Bridge made from fruit and veg’.

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Majestic London in beautiful time lapse video

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Tuesday 3 December 2013

London really lights up in this time-lapse video created by Manchester based photog Paul Richardson. The photographer behind this short vid says that it took 18,000 photographs to ‘create a rough cut of his time-lapse video’ and that he set out to capture the hustle and bustle of the city. Watch as the city goes […]

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New paintings by Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 29 October 2013

‘Give me a few more years and I’ll be painting fluffy puppies or something,’ so observed longtime Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood of just how sentimental his recent exhibition in London is: there, he showcased twenty-something new-ish drawings, such as a ‘pen and ink drawing that was so painstaking and took so fucking long that the […]

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Badly designed buildings end up melting cars parked nearby

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Tuesday 22 October 2013

London now has its very own death ray! Kind of. It hasn’t yet opened (in fact construction has not even finished) but the Walkie Talking building in central London is already making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Or right reasons if you’re a global troublemaker and dream of ruling the world.

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Organ Eternal: new music video for These New Puritans

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By Darwin Cosico in New Music on Tuesday 10 September 2013

London-based art rock band, These New Puritans, have recently shared a clip for Organ Eternal, off their third studio album, Field of Reeds. The clip alternates scenes between an aerial footage of the band performing, natural scenery, and a disturbed woman. The track is arguably the best track off the album, and I’m surprised that it […]

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The Out Of The Ordinary auction in London

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By Rachel Oakley in New Events on Friday 6 September 2013

If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on an authentic triceratops skull or a set of Francis Bacon’s paintbrushes, now is your time. Christie’s in London is holding a very interesting auction come September 5, aptly named Out of The Ordinary. Of course, the auction will have all the usual Christie’s stuff, like paintings, […]

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Claire de Rouen Books in London

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By Takeshi Suga in Cool Travel on Monday 19 August 2013

If you’re after fashion and photography books in London, you’d be pleased to visit Claire de Rouen Books on Charing Cross Road. Occupying an extremely tiny space above a sex shop, they have a broad selection of rare, out-of-print, signed and collector editions books. The bookshop also runs a programme of reading list events called […]

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Eye-popping scarification art on a back

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 30 July 2013

When it comes to admiring body art, we admire our fair share of ink, but we also love looking at scars. We just saw some impressive work of London’s Divine Canvas, which apparently took two sessions to complete. It looks like a lot of pain and healing was involved, but also looks like it’s all […]

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Curious octopus-elephant street mural boasts amazing details

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Saturday 27 July 2013

What a brilliant idea by Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz: a curious mash-up of an elephant and an octopus as a street mural, with its trunk as one of the octopus arms. Diaz apparently took an entire week at Hanbury Street off Brick Lane, London, to complete the work with tiny little brushstrokes. Sure beats going to the zoo and imagining hybrids animals that don’t exist.

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For Love and Design: an art project to fund a long distance relationship

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By Sean Alves in New Illustration on Tuesday 23 July 2013

Boy meets girl, they fall in love but due to unfortunate timing, they are separated by the distance of a vast ocean. I am that boy, here in Sydney, and my partner Cathy now resides in London. My plans are to get there as soon as possible so we can start working on some joint […]

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Floods sweeping London away

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By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Friday 19 July 2013

As much as the iconic River Thames is often the subject of touristy ‘I Was Here’ pictures, it can also be a cheeky accomplice for snaps, so we’ve found out. Photographer Rupert Jordan stood in the waters of the river during low tide and placed his camera over the waves so he could capture these […]

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Photo of the London Sunbathing Society in the 1920s

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By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Thursday 18 July 2013

Oh, we people are a paradoxical bunch. We’ll fret about sun damage one moment, then whine about pasty skin in the next. The London Sunbathing Society existed in the 1920s, and this picture shows their members galavanting about in the outdoors — clothed, unlike how we think about most sunbathing societies today.

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Eating out in London? That drone will serve your food

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in Video on Friday 12 July 2013

Drones, drones, drones, they’re everywhere. In London, a sushi restaurant decided to trade in its conveyor belts for drones to deliver sushi burgers by air. Dubbed the iTray, the four-propeller drone has a flat surface to transport food up to a speed of 25km/h and is controlled by waiting staff with an iPad. Still, The […]

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The making of the Leadenhall Building, another London skyscraper

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By The Flying Dutchman in Video on Wednesday 3 July 2013

This time-lapse captures another significant episode in the story of London’s emerging new skyline. Tracing the progress of another ultramodern skyscraper, the Leadenhall Building, we see the faceted nature of this beast as it rises to completion. Beautiful, impressive stuff.

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In this installation, you can walk through the rain without getting wet

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Video on Tuesday 25 June 2013

Contemporary art studio Random International created this incredible installation room where a rain shower falls everywhere except for the spot where you’re standing. The Rain Room gives visitors a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that seems almost surreal. The installation first appeared at the Barbican Center in London, and now it is currently on exhibit at the […]

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