Tag Archives: Brighton
Young Colossus is a stunning new art andmusic collaboration project masterminded by Orlando Weeks of The Maccabees. The project is a 6 song soundtrack accompanied by a 24 page illustrated book detailing a story between a gentle appearing giant and a girl, through different adventures in a dreamy organic appearing environment. The soundtrack, written by Orlando Weeks, produced by Nic Nell and illustrated by Rob Hunter, also features additional vocals from Alessi Laurent-Marke of ‘Alessi’s Ark’.
Sextape Brighton bring the slow jamz, pop hits and crunk out the hip hop for this week’s MIXTAPE MONDAY
University of Brighton MDes and BA Fashion with Business Studies students present a first glimpse of their graduate collections.
Hazy sunshine hits the beachfront in Brighton on a day when the weather hasn’t quite decided between Summer and the beginning of Autumn. I’m sitting in the bar at the Concorde 2 in the late afternoon waiting for the arrival of Ghostpoet….
Note from the editor: Over the next couple of weeks we are going to be releasing features on various 2011 degree shows that our team were lucky enough to have visited. Given our limited set-up it was impossible to feature every
Recently we headed to Brighton to check out Exlovers live, and shoot some photos. There’s also a video at the bottom which i recorded so badly that it may well blow your speakers up and cause them to bleed. But go for it!
So the Parliament Of Feathers is an all new screen printing studio set up by 3 like minded creative individuals in the sea swept outskirts of Brighton. Their ideas seem simple, to have a hub where people can walk in and out as they please, a place where like minded individuals can go to print and produce awesome tailor made screen printed goods and to just hang out really!
Down Terrace is about the only gory film that Katie has managed to watch at home alone (L-O-S-E-R) and she reviewed it for us so that you can go and get it on DVD too.
Kim is an illustrator from Brighton via Camberwell, studying illustration to help further his childhood obsession of drawing Simpsons characters.