Arts
Sohei Nishino

Sohei Nishino

In an age where Satnav offers a guiding light through places unknown, and Google Street View reduces us all to that tiny orange man, it’s easy to assume that the thrills of individual exploration have been lost to a universalised perspective. The comprehensive, digital nature of modern mapping not only...
Sarah Breese - Moments Like These Never Last

Sarah Breese – Moments Like These Never Last

Sarah’s work combines found objects from the real world to create a visual record of the domino effects and cycles, repetitions of events and memories that would otherwise be forgotten. Layers, crossed out words and covered up images all act as metaphors for the things that exist beneath or beyond...
Becky Brewis - Street Stratigraphy

Becky Brewis – Street Stratigraphy

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. The article was...
Louise Thust - A Misguided Tourist

Louise Thust – A Misguided Tourist

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. A map of...
Suzy Waldron - Synaesthetic maps

Suzy Waldron – Synaesthetic maps

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. This series of...
David Marshall

David Marshall

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. River Below The...
The Master - review

The Master – review

Paul Thomas Anderson, the director of There Will Be Blood, Magnolia, Boogie Nights and Punch Drunk Love, has – in the eyes of many critics – never made a bad film; he continues this fine run of form with The Master. That is not to say that there are not...
Tabu and the Ghosts of Silent Cinema

Tabu and the Ghosts of Silent Cinema

I walked into the screening of Tabu expecting to see one of my favourite films of the year. If you follow any pre-release chatter on blogs or Twitter, you’ll likely have heard of this mysterious Portuguese object – a work praised for its originality and eccentricity, by a new auteur...
Sgt. Andy (Is Going to Help Me) - An appreciation of XTC in five notes

Sgt. Andy (Is Going to Help Me) – An appreciation of XTC in five notes

1. It’s becoming harder and harder to take seriously announcements that bands are breaking up. The new economics of the music business call for most artists to be consistently ‘active’, always ready to generate new products and content, or dare risk slipping from prominence. This extends to bands supposedly declared...