Fancy a good read this Christmas? We’re recommending the laugh-out-loud debut by Peter Stafford-Bow. Corkscrew follows Felix Hart, a tragic orphan whose expulsion from school results in his relentless, alcohol-soaked climb to the summit of the international wine trade. <img class="size-medium wp-image-30618
In the modern world our material consumption is constantly on the increase, with man’s desire for commodities of all shapes and sizes seemingly an insatiable one. Meanwhile the resources feeding this need are diminishing before our eyes, since the demand
Edward T. Cooke is a photographer & model from the Hills of Surrey. With a ton of rad work already under his belt, both in-front of and behind the lens, Edwards works appear to be going from strength to strength.
Recently the American writer Philip Roth announced he was quitting literature. We look back over his neurotic, sacrilegious and puerile 1969 novel, Portnoy’s Complaint.
Thought-provoking, inspiring, heart-breaking, interrogatory and, most importantly, profoundly enlightening. The World Press Photo Exhibition runs from the 9th to the 27th November, it’s absolutely unmissable and completely free.
The Super Adventure Club photographers took a visit to the disused Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston. The architecture, space and surroundings give you a sense of the atmosphere which was once present in the 30s.
The Contemporary London is set to host FUTURE PLANS this weekend at 18 Hewitt Street in Shoreditch, a solo exhibition by the super talented Jess Littlewood. We’re going to it, and so should you.
St. Peter’s mortuary was closed in 2009 but inside there is still a definite pang of death in the air. Lewis Watts of The Super Adventure Club managed to get inside and get some pictures.
New Sensations and The Future Can Wait at the Saatchi Gallery showcases 55 artists across 22,000 square feet, which is allegedly the biggest show taking place in Frieze week. We went to check it out.
The West London Art Factory, an open access printing studio based a refurbished Perfume Factory in North Acton, returns to Red Bull Studios this week for Factory Project III.