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Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt

Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt sees immersive theatre take over Harvey Nichols. The first adult-only immersive theatre egg hunt experience in a live department store, sees Baileys Chocolat Luxe look to reclaim the scared season of Easter for adults – forget those children in the garden its now all about the grown-ups! Following last year’s innovative … Continue reading

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Julien Mauve – What’s Left Of Utopia

French, Paris-based photogrpaher Julien Mauve’s latest series What’s Left Of Utopia brings to life images that show an impoverished urban landscape where the desolate cityscape is a direct result of the inhumanity of the modern built world. Industrial structures, abandoned towers and neglected residential complexes are highlighted for their destructive and toxic affliction on space … Continue reading

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Amnesty International – Help Get Them Home

Waterloo is the UK’s busiest railway station and is used by thousands of people to make their way home every day, but this weekend, it was transformed to raise awareness for those who want to go home, but can’t. The Amnesty International campaign Help Get Them Home saw the world’s largest departure board at the … Continue reading

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Nick Meek photographs Costa Rica covered in flower petals

Photographer Nick Meek took to the tropics of Costa Rica to create stunning images that showcase the new high definition Sony 4k TV. Meek and his team collected thousands of multi-coloured flower petals and leaves which were whirled through the prismatic suburban streets, blasted out from a neighbouring volcano and blanketed on a pathway where … Continue reading

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Magazine Antidote – The Red Room

In the latest Romance issue from Magazine Antidote, Turkish-born Cuneyt Akeroglu shoots a series of nudes in The Red Room that explore all the different emotions that love can cause. From the romantic to the disturbing, the stunning shots explore the lighter and darker sides of love, sex, pleasure and pain. A fine arts graduate … Continue reading

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Surf Sauna

A mobile Surf Sauna sauna to use once you’ve ridden icy cold waves off the coast of wherever? Why the devil not! That was the idea from a group of surfers in Portsmouth, New Hampshire who had cut their teeth in the cold New England waters and, wanted a warm retreat after donning their wetsuit … Continue reading

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Claire Droppert – Sand Creatures

Prominent Dutch landscape photographer and visual designer Claire Droppert, has created a stunning new series entitled Sand Creatures. Droppert has captured stolen moments in time where the sand seemingly comes alive through weightlessness, forming stunning shapes in the process and transforming the desolate natural surroundings. This first series has a project title of Gravity and … Continue reading

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House of Ismay Classic Book Brooches

London-based company House of Ismay create fantastic handmade classic book page brooches which are made using original pages of worn out books, damaged maps and unwanted scraps of wood sourced from local businesses. House of Ismay was set up by Art History graduate Sarah Pounder in 2008 after selling the brooches on Brick Lane markets. … Continue reading

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Peter Doig – Early Works

Artist Karolina Albricht visits the current Peter Doig ‘Early Works’ exhibition at Michael Werner Gallery, London. The exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of Doig’s formative works from the 1980s and includes several paintings and drawings shown for the first time. I first became fascinated by Doig’s work while studying in ArtEZ, Holland. I think it … Continue reading

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Ian Strange – Landed

Australian artist Ian Strange has unveiled his latest architectural artwork ‘Landed‘ outside the Art Gallery of South Australia. Landed – which has seemingly fallen from the sky – is a structural recreation of the artist’s own 1920’s suburban-style home in Australia. The piece is part of the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art and is … Continue reading

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Kate Moss in Playboy and Lui Magazine

Kate Moss is Britain’s most celebrated model and despite turbulent times away from the catwalk the now 40-year-old is showing why she is still as hot property as ever in two nude shoots for Playboy by Mert and Marcus and, the latest edition of Lui Magazine, which was shot by Terry Richardson. These images show … Continue reading

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Yasuaki Onishi – Vertical Emptiness

Japanese contemporary artist Yasuaki Onishi has used his used trademark glue, rope and crystallized urea in the creation of his latest work Vertical Emptiness (Volume of Strings) an immersive sculptural installation which forms part of In Search Of Critical Imagination exhibition at the Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan. The suspended ropes that comprise Vertical Emptiness forms a … Continue reading

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Paolo Nutini ends hiatus with Iron Sky

Paolo Nutini is back with new music almost five years since the release of his last album Sunny Side Up. With half a decade since his last release, Nutini has been taking time out to write the best songs of his career following the split from his childhood sweetheart, Teri Brogan. One of these new … Continue reading

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Hexi Responsive Wall

Canada-based interactive designer Thibaut Sld has designed the Hexi Responsive Wall, a series of 60 mounted panels, which reacts and fluctuates with the movements of people nearby. The wall’s hexagonal panels situated on the surface of the interior space use real-time data collected from motion-tracking technology to decode and interpret the gestures and actions of … Continue reading

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India’s Holy Men

Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India, sitting on the banks of the Ganges, millions flock there each year for the salvation thought to come from the holiest city in Hinduism. It was this that drew the Canadian portrait photographer Joey L to capture his latest series Holy Men, focusing the holy men that reside … Continue reading

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Isaac Cordal – Cement Eclipses

Street artist Isaac Cordal magically transforms landscapes with his thought-provoking and often, politically charged miniature art. His sculpture series Cement Eclipses proposes a critical definition of our behaviour as a social mass. Cordal’s work is a sharp critique on the current state of the global economy and a mockery of the leaders that govern it. … Continue reading


2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition

As the annual bikini-filled edition of America’s most popular sports magazine celebrates its half century, the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition was packed to the rafters with a few favourites on Culture and Life. Kate Upton, who has graced the front cover for the past two years, was replaced with the topless trio of models Lily … Continue reading


Momentum at the Barbican Centre

The Curve at London’s Barbican Centre has a new multi-sensory installation that is set to rival the success of the fantastic Rain Room in 2012. Barbican has commissioned the multi-disciplinary art and design studio United Visual Artists (UVA) to create Momentum, an immersive installation that combines light, sound and movement. Coinciding with UVA’s 10th anniversary, the … Continue reading

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Rémi Noël – Batman in Texas

Fascinated by American culture and by the state of Texas, French photographer Rémi Noël has created a series of tongue-in-cheek images of a Batman figurine taking in the sites and scenery of Houston all the way to Dallas. The result is a set of stunning black and white images that bring the artist’s figurine to life … Continue reading


Emilie Payet by David Bellemere

Fashion porn photographer David Bellemere shoots Tahiti-born, Paris-based model Emilie Payet with a shoot that fuses a ‘70s-inspired tableaux with modern natural light and sensuality on the coast of Morocco. The shots are included in the latest Treats Magazine issue.


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