Ceri Amphlett’s quirky colourful illustrations

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By Chris Arran in New Art on Friday 5 April 2013

If you’re looking for natural born talent, then look no further than Ceri Amphlett. Her drawings and sketchbook work, along with all the music industry artwork, is a creative force to be reckoned with. Amphlett also combines 3D into her artwork, creating masks directly from her sketches.

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London Shop Fronts: a blog all about, you guessed it, London shop fronts

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By Annie Churdar in Cool Websites on Friday 5 April 2013

Emily Webber loves the shops of London. But not for the reason you might expect. Webber is no shopoholic. She just happens to love the way all the store fronts look. So she started the blog called London Shop Fronts . Take a look at the wide variety of stores and letters found in London. And don’t forget to […]

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Sunday League Referees: a photo series by Dave Imms

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By Dave Imms in New Photography on Tuesday 2 April 2013

Every weekend on the Hackney Marshes in London, UK, hundreds of people participate in football matches as part of the Hackney and Leyton Sunday League. This mini-series is about the home-made thrown together referee attire, the individuality and personality to a bloke that’s always seen as the bad guy…maybe it is about that £30 for the 90 minutes […]

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Top 3 luxurious Google offices

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By Annie Churdar in New Trends on Friday 29 March 2013

How do these offices even qualify as offices? At what point is it ok to just call them “work resorts” or “luxurious working vacations”. Seriously. Between the Googleplex in Mountain View, California, the Google Tel Aviv Headquarters, and my personal favorite, the Google London Headquarters, Google has created the ultimate work-hard-play-hard atmospheres. Who wouldn’t appreciate […]

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Narrative rich Illustrations by Callum Russell

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By Callum Russell in New Illustration on Thursday 21 March 2013

Through composition, shadow, and pattern, I like to create images that have a rich narrative basis. Taking influence from Japanese woodblock prints, German expressionist cinema, medieval woodcuts, and everything in between, I take the craft of papercutting, mix it with digital technologies and create my own harmonious hybrid.

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Bone china rings

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By Annie Churdar in New Fashion on Wednesday 13 March 2013

Just remember to breath in, and now out. These bone china rings will blow you away with their simple, quietly sophisticated design. They’re clean and modern, yet trendy and hip. I literally began drooling as soon as I saw them. I guess I’m just a sucker for beautiful minimalistic design, but these are the most […]

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Amazing interactive world created for kids hospital

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By Nexus Interactive Arts in Cool Travel on Wednesday 6 March 2013

Nexus and Chris O’Shea transport children to an interactive woodland world with their new activity space at the Royal London hospital. Chris O’Shea, the artist and interaction designer, has collaborated with digital production company, Nexus Interactive Arts, to create ‘Woodland Wiggle’, an innovative interactive installation at Europe’s newest hospital, The Royal London, which helps children benefit […]

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World’s largest greenhouse houses more than one million plants

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By Annie Churdar in Cool Travel on Friday 1 March 2013

The Eden Project is essentially the largest greenhouse on the planet. Imagine a huge glass domed area that can hold the Tower of London inside. Cornwall’s monstrously huge RainForest enclosed environment, or Biome, was built on the remains of an exhausted china clay quarry. Today the bubble shaped structure is home to over 1 million […]

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Drawn ideas: Paintings on books by Russell Cobb

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By Nini Baseema in New Illustration on Wednesday 27 February 2013

Not sure whether to read a book or inspect some art for inspiration? Russell Cobb, a celebrated illustrator based in the UK, offers a creative compromise: experimenting with canvases, he has come up with a colorful and striking ‘book painting series which is just lovely.

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Meet the Furries: a photo series by Tom Broadbent

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By Maria Niarchos in New Photography on Tuesday 12 February 2013

British photographer Tom Broadbent has spent the last few years travelling around the UK developing his latest work, At Home With the Furries, by sticking his beak into the everyday lives of a group of dess-up-lovers known as Furries. What are Furries, you say? Everyday people who dress up in elaborate furry animal costumes who […]

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Death: A Self Portrait – an exhibtion of random art pieces about death

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By Annie Churdar in New Events on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Richard Harris has a date with death. Or several dates, actually. His exhibit, Death: A Self Portrait, has been running at The Wellcome Trust exhibition, London, since last November. It’s a collection of art pieces from different cultures and time periods. They are varied and intriguing, and when viewed as a series, they come together […]

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Drummond and Hammond’s cigar box guitars

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By Francis Andrews in Video on Friday 25 January 2013

This little outfit working out of Bristol are producing every delta blues aficionado’s dream piece of kit. The cigar box guitar used to be commonplace among African-American musicians in the impoverished American South, who around the time of the Great Depression were too poor to afford the real thing. Like the washboard, it was a […]

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Tabu: a new short film by Miguel Gomes

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By Gonzalo Benard in New Film on Saturday 19 January 2013

A dramatic love story has to be clever enough to still give you smiles. Tabu has it – photography like no other with a magnificent story that makes you want to walk along the river looking for crocodiles. This was a winner of the 2012 Berlin Film Festival: the FIPRESCI Jury Prize and Alfred Baeur […]

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Chilling film on how to survive a nuclear attack

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By Adam Wells in Video on Saturday 1 December 2012

The 80s in the UK must have been pretty scary, these public information films that detail how to survive a nuclear attack on britain, make for uncomfortable viewing. The sanitation one is pretty nasty. At the end of each film there is a chilling musical phrase, that pretty much sums up the 80s in a […]

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Black Mirror: a three part TV series from UK

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By Jason Burrows in Video on Tuesday 6 November 2012

Created by Charlie Brooker, this 3 part series from the UK is the best TV I’ve seen for a while. The opening programme to the series is a 44 minute long political thriller in which fictional Prime Minister Michael Callow faces a slight dilemma when a member of the Royal Family is kidnapped. For her […]

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