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.
Coarse, unrefined and packing a punch; moonshine is certainly the apt metonymic beverage for Lawless. Nick Cave’s third stab at screenwriting, and his third collaboration with director John Hillcoat, is brash, bawdy joyride through Prohibition-era Virginia, that offers zero intellectual nutritional value but several caskfuls of mindlessly intoxicating goodness.
It’s the launch party of Kyle Platts first book and you should all go!
Wasted Rita (Rita Gomes) is a Portuguese artist who breathes the same angst-ridden fuck-the-world attitude as the early DIY punk scene. We catch up with her and see what’s happening in Rita’s world.
Almasty are Anna Apter and Charles Bataillie. A duo of graphic designers and art directors from Paris, France. As well as running their creative studio, the guys are also creative directors of a new French magazine called ‘Usbek & Rica’.
An interview with Rob Hunter, the man behind the illustrations in the first Young Colossus release, the latest project from Orlando Weeks of The Maccabees..
Here at Mint Magazine we were lucky enough to be invited by ILOVEDUST to document the design process, hard work and creation of the interior at MEATliquor. We spent a LONG whiskey fuelled week with the ILOVEDUST design team to bring you this video, exclusive to Mint Magazine. Enjoy.
MEGAMUNDEN is an illustrator, designer and all round creative mind who resides in Brighton, we took a trip down there to film him and his team at work whilst painting a tailor made mural for The Bomb hairdressers.
We caught up with jewellery designer Rachel Boston, who was featured as one of our graduates of 2011, to speak to her about her new collection and life one year on.
Iconic British shirting retailer Brutus recently released a video detailing the first in their all new collaboration project titled ‘British Illustrators Project’. We take a look…