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Broken Fingaz

Broken Fingaz

The Broken Fingaz crew create innovative and epic street art. Their work can be found across Israel; the images here are just a small selection of what they’ve created. They lit up and stopped traffic in China and now it’s London’s turn. That’s if  they can gain the support to...
What the Wolf listened to in 2011

What the Wolf listened to in 2011

10: King Creosote & Jon Hopkins Diamond Mine Fife-born Kenny Anderson (King Creosote) and London-born producer Jon Hopkins were nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2011. Both considered it a surprise, perhaps even a distraction to their modest work in studios, producing (Hopkins) and running a small label (Anderson). And...
The Sneeze: a very social history

The Sneeze: a very social history

Regularly powering out at speeds of around 90 mph, and the fastest ever recorded flying at over 100mph, the sneeze is the convertible of bodily exhalations. But not only is it fast, it prompts multiple interpretations . It is a sign of illness, allergy, the presence of evil, good or...
Ideas Showcase: #3 - Blue Period

Ideas Showcase: #3 – Blue Period

Something’s up in art representation. The agencies now live in a time of increasing competition and artist autonomy. The pop-up and the ease of creating a start-up have made things progressively simpler for an artist to bypass agencies’ heavy commissions and be their own boss. That said, and despite art...
The Autumn Protests: Students

The Autumn Protests: Students

Today, an estimated 2,000 people gathered in Bloomsbury, London’s university heartland, in order to march through the West End and the City. They were opposing the government’s proposed higher education White Paper, which introduces a number of radical changes to the current educational model in England. The most significant of...
Ideas Showcase: #2 - NO Way

Ideas Showcase: #2 – NO Way

NO Way are an independent agency that represent creative talent from artists to musicians, photographers to DJs. Their quarterly events, in association with HUH. Magazine, are carefully named NOT (An exhibition) – much like the ‘I can’t believe it’s not butter’ advertising campaign. On the opening day of their last...
I'm in Your Church at Night

I’m in Your Church at Night

I bought tickets for Active Child’s gig at London’s St Pancras Old Church with the intention of enjoying it, not reviewing it, but sometimes music is too moving to keep quiet about. L.A.-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Pat Grossi is Active Child. Although he is as comfortable with a keyboard or...
Occupy London Stock Exchange

Occupy London Stock Exchange

October 15th marked the day of Global Revolution. Marches, demonstrations and occasional clashes changed the face of almost a thousand cities across the world. Following the occupation of Wall Street in New York, where hundreds if not thousands of protestors have now camped in the streets surrounding the New York...
New Wolf Sessions: #4 - Adam Donen

New Wolf Sessions: #4 – Adam Donen

The stakes are raised when a video session is to be filmed in a cemetery for an album named ‘Vampires’. On our way to meet singer-songwriter Adam Donen, with miscellaneous vampires and creatures wandering to and fro, naturally the heebie-jeebies rose in our stomachs. As we approached a ruin of...