Subway Sets NYC


Bringing New York’s biggest talent from the subway to the rooftops of Brooklyn Grange. Our resident New Yorker Lucy Willoughby explores.

Kara Walker Exhibition


Brooklyn based Kara Walker, who is known for using racists, sexual and violent imagery within her work, exhibits at the Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York.

Hands on Sexhibition

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Words by Billie Jenkins Images Courtesy of The Museum on Sex At the fairgrounds of old the bearded lady might mean more than one thing. Historically erotica was a huge part of the cheap side shows that travelled the country offering cheap titillation to the masses. Brits Bompas and Parr have taken this idea and […]

A 1960’s Coney Island Summer

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Words by Billie Jenkins Images Courtesy of The Museum of the City of New York The colourful, metal towers shadow the landscape, and pop shaped typography sneaks in at all angles. Yesterday’s photo essay by Elizabeth Pollard showed Coney Island only two summers ago, a strange bubblegum seaside in contrast to the grey streets of […]

A Bite of the Apple


Words and Photographs by Elizabeth Pollard I have had an irrational obsession with New York from a very young age, as a lot of people probably do. So, in the summer of my second year of university, I packed my bags, found a flat in East Harlem, landed an internship at Esquire Magazine and traveled […]

Our Walls


Words by Billie Jenkins Images curtesy of Murray Guy The internet can be a cruel place. Amidst the constant stream of information, that moves between exciting, underwhelming and offensively under-researched, there will be an exhibition I would kill to attend but know I never can because geography and my not being a rich socialite who […]


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Photograph by Guy Eppel Words by Elizabeth Pollard New York residents, Lolawolf are the coolest kids to take on the Brookyln scene. But with daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, Zoe, as their lead singer, there is no chance these twenty-somethings could put a foot wrong. Lolawolf introduced themselves with their first single, Drive, […]

James Franco: The Bearded Lady


All images by Words by Billie Jenkins It’s no secret, I have a lot of time for James Franco’s face. However the recreation of Cindy Sherman’s iconic images by Franco in a new show at the Pace Gallery, NYC falls somewhere between in imaginative A Level project and a grossly misjudged attempt at entering the world […]

Fort Standard


All Images Courtesy of Words by Elizabeth Pollard Industrial design studio, Fort Standard, produce beautiful, contemporary products and furniture. It is the ethos of founders, Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings, to produce ‘smarter products that exemplify an understanding of materials and the balance between form and function.’ Despite, the simple, minimal aesthetic, this studio is […]



Photography courtesy of @spuntino Words by Shaun Cooney Now I must admit, this following review is going to be extremely bias. Spuntino’s has to be one of my favourite restaurants in London, and Russell Norman has become a bit of a God to me. So please bare with me as I gush a little. Russell Norman, […]