Justin Deakin

Yorkshire’s London-based, Justin Deakin is one of the country’s finest cordwainer’s and unlike most of his peers, specialises solely in clothing men’s feet.

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Quentin Jones

Quentin Jones is a London-based illustrator, a Cambridge philosophy graduate and one of fashion’s brightest young filmmakers.

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Kate Moross

Kate Moross is a London-based creative who as an illustrator is best known for her work with three sided shapes, typography and music.

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Pendurance: Lizzie Mary Cullen

Pendurance was a challenge set by us at Think-Work-Play for artist and emotional cartographer Lizzie Mary Cullen. We’ve known Lizzie for a while and followed her as she drew on the walls at Harvey Nichols and when she exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week. Her style of work is flowing and emotive, so we wondered just [...]

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With Green = Boom, DWFE are questioning your relationship to violence in the media and film, but also letting you feel the adrenaline of defusing a real world bomb. Fancy being Bruce Willis?

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Daniel Pemberton

We had a bit of a moment under a piano the other day. Composer of music for TV, films and video games, Daniel Pemberton insisted on it.

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Dominic Wilcox

Dominic had arranged for us to meet him in the park near his studio in Bethnal Green. We had no idea why. Our only instruction was to find the sculpture in the middle of the green.

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Anna Kompaniets and Lenka Johanna-Marie are Akleriah

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New Young Pony Club

New Young Pony Club started originally as a writing duo formed of Tahita Bulmer and Andy Spence. Driven by their shared love of punk and dance music the band eventually expanded to include Lou on keys, Igor on bass, and Sarah on drums. The success of tracks ‘The Bomb’ and ‘Ice Cream’ meant that you [...]

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Rebel Dining Society

Rebel Dining Society is a creative event collective that bring food, art and music together to create one-off parties in secret locations across London.

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    Pernod Absinthe has a rich history of inspiring creativity and originality, which is why shortly after 1805 it became the most popular aperitif in France. In the mid 19th Century, L’Heure Verte (The Green Hour) became a cultural phenomenon in Paris and every evening between 5 and 7 o’clock cafés all over Paris were flooded with customers clambering for a Pernod.

  • In the studio with – Porcelain Raft (singer)
    In the studio with – Porcelain Raft (singer)

    Italian-born New Yorker, Mauro Remiddi could very well be the new glitch-electro kids answer to Bright Eyes’, Conor Oberst.

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    Dale Edwin Murray – Hip Hop Heads Print – Kanye West


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