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Wu-Tang ‘Protect Ya Neck Scarf”

Chaz at Beach London has designed up a super limited run of Wu-Tang themed scarves to ‘protect ya neck’ in the cold winter months. For £15 they’re a steal, but you better get in quick!

The Making of Megaskull

The making of Kyle Platts Megadeath book.

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Book Launch: ‘ECC Photographs from Offset Festival 2010’

Thomas Kavanagh and Ciaran O’Shea, the minds behind the ECC, captured this subculture within a subculture and are releasing their images as a self published book, ECC Photographs from Offset Festival 2010, the launch party is being held at the equally forward thinking Beach London Gallery.


An Interview with the Curator of The Photocopy Club

In a matter of months, The Photocopy Club has gone from being a small internet initiative into one of the most talked about new UK based projects. Matt Martin, Sam Hiscox and Milo Belgrove call out for photographers world wide to photocopy their files.

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Beach London is hosting a solo show from London based artist Daniel David Freeman. The show explores the life of a fictional character named Rick Azalea.


Video: Tubelord – ‘My First Castle’

Clinic chap and long time buddy of Mint, Sean Roy Parker, has directed the new Tubelord video. It’s all shot on VHS and has got some fantastic 90s esque editing and video-in-video moments. Plus the song is a lovely slice of Americana infused indie from the proggy Kingston superstars.

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Our friends over at the Beach London gallery have come up with a great new idea and all it involves is an artist, a sheet of MDF and an audience. They supply an artist, illustrator or designer with a sheet of MDF, and let them attack it for a few hours whilst people mill about and watch. You can then buy part (or all) of the result. SIMPLE!



Charles Gibson.

Charles Gibson spent the whole of last summer taking fisheye photos of his friends and their drunken nights in L.A that make us want to pack up and move out…



Calum Pratt-Essential Nature.

I first heard of Calum Pratt around two years ago through various voices in the Brighton and Horsham music scenes (yes, the latter really does exist). I'd heard great things…


Joshua Porter.

Josh's great photographs caught our eye a couple of months ago, and we have been stalkers ever since. His portraits are so full of mood and emotion, and as this…