Visit The Other Britain

Posted on May 5, 2009 Under Travel

Many a potential tourist lines up their very first UK visit with visions of Buckingham Palace, Stone Henge, and Big Ben dancing around in their heads, but Britain is much more than that. In addition to the fish and chips,…

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We Heart Urbanism

Posted on May 5, 2009 Under Art

We really do love urbanism, but this isn't just about our love of cities, it's about an art opening. The Dalston Superstore is cutting the red ribbon with a show featuring five artist's creating in cities around the world. Martin…

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Happy Birthday Selfridges

Posted on April 29, 2009 Under Fashion

On May 1st, Selfridges, the high-end UK department store, celebrates its 100th birthday in style. Over the last century, Selfridges has remained on the edge of fashion and culture by collaborating with luminaries like John and Yoko, Salvador Dali and…

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Posted on April 28, 2009 Under Art

One of our favorite London galleries Elms Lesters is featuring Ron English in his first solo show in England. Ron's style has created a lot of buzz for his comical and provocative take on current political and cultural issues. He…

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Concrete Hermit

Posted on April 26, 2009 Under Art

   Concrete Hermit is a gallery, shop and publisher based in East London that has been holding regular exhibitions of emerging talent and artists since 2007. They primarily work with graphics artists and illustrators to produce and promote talent through…

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac x Triumph of the Sign

Posted on April 24, 2009 Under Art

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac might have a remarkable name to say (try it) but he also has quite an impressive rap sheet considering this as his first solo show as an artist. Coming from a high profile fashion background, his artwork…

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Underground Rebel Bingo

Posted on March 26, 2009 Under Life

London's got a reputation for having a seedy underground. Anything goes: drugs, hookers, knives ... bingo? Last week I ended up in the underbelly of the Underground Rebel Bingo Club. Under the guise of a neighborhood watch meeting the "too…

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Antony Gormley x One and Other

Posted on March 11, 2009 Under Art

If you've ever been a tourist in London, then surely you've ended up in Trafalgar Square. Amongst the statues of lions and kings and queens there is always one Plinth with some contemporary art that looks a bit out of…

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Saturdays @ Phillips

Posted on March 10, 2009 Under Design

Following the Urban Art Auction in New York we told you about last fall, Phillips de Pury and Company is gearing up to auction a goldmine in collectible toys across the pond. As part of the Saturdays @ Phillips auctions,…

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