Category Archives: Food & Culture

Objects of Co-dependency

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No More Tooth Fairy

        Tessa Farmer. Sculptor and London based artist. She tells stories with dead animals, persecuted squirrels, resurrecting rats, parasitic wasps and fairies. Not the kind you’d wish to see when you were a kid. Here’s an interview … Continue reading

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Love Is What You Want

Love is what you want is Tracey Emin’s latest exhibition covering every period of her career which reveals intimate details, graphic details of her abortion, her alcoholism and her inability to find love or have a child. She works with a … Continue reading

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Wetter is Better

We’re at that stage where we’re brainstorming and organising our first campaign. Our train of thought went a little something like this: Stick ’em up. Guns. Super Soakers. The nostalgic memories that come along with what may seem to be … Continue reading

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Recent Inspirations

A lot of recent inspiration has come from listening to Bonobo, a British musician, producer and DJ who’s real name is Simon Green. His first release was in 1999. His music fits the genres of trip hop and chill out. … Continue reading

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Dou

“I was born in the artistic family and faced the art when I was a little child. Once I was looking at the book with Proto-renaissance artists which  became my favourite for many years. I found a lot of awesome  … Continue reading

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Bubbleology

On my way home from Soho the other night I came across Bubbleology, a cool little place that serves bubble tea in 13 different flavours. Originating in Taiwan, bubble tea was invented in the early 1980’s. A huge craze that moved … Continue reading

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