Kava Gorna Photography

New York-based photographer Kava Gorna has a masterful touch when it comes to taking beautiful, striking and feminine photography. Gorna’s skills have seen acquired by some of fashion and print’s biggest and best including Vogue, Urban Outfitters, Nylon, Rolling Stone and many more. Her work is divided between fashion, portrait and personal musings, all of … Continue reading

For Those Lost, Just Not Forgotten

The poem,  ‘For Those Lost, Just Not Forgotten’ by New York-based Brazilian Chateau Bezerra, has been visualised by the award-winning American director Cole Webley. The result is a stunning representation, that mixed with Adam Taylor’s music, captures Bezerra’s sad, lonely, longing words so perfectly. Enjoy… In the vacuum of leaving and being left, People are made. … Continue reading

One To Watch: St. Lucia

It comes as no surprise that being of St. Lucian heritage I’d be drawn to this act, but St. Lucia are going to be on your summer playlist as soon as you hear their first EP, that’s a promise. It is good to know that music now has an act that can truly justify being … Continue reading

Takeshi Miyakawa Arrested in New York

Brooklyn-based designer Takeshi Miyakawa was arrested this weekend while installing an ‘I (Heart) New York’ lighting project in the city, for allegedly ‘planting false bombs’ in Manhattan and Williamsburg. In celebration of NY Design Week, ‘I (Heart) New York’ was intended to show Miyakawa’s love for the city, where he has lived for 23 years … Continue reading

Gimme The Loot – Indie Grafitti Film Is Talk Of SXSW

The debut feature, ‘Gimme the Loot’ from New York filmmaker and director Adam Leon, saw its world premiere at the SXSW Festival to a rousing reception from the watching gallery. With a miniscule budget, the film showed what brilliant talent was harboured on the streets on New York. Produced by Dominic Buchanan, Natalie Difford and … Continue reading

Gregory Euclide – Central Park Trash Landscape

American artist Gregory Euclide has developed a microcosmic landscape entitled ‘Held Within What Hung Open and Made To Lie Without Escape’ made from trash. The items, all taken from Central Park helped sculpt a world depicting what the artist sees as the ‘same kind of fake control over nature that allows us to be comfortable … Continue reading

downtownfrombehind

downtownfrombehind (DFB) is the brainchild of Bridget Fleming, a photographic series capturing some of New York’s creative elite riding their bike from behind on the  200+ streets, avenues and lanes below 14th street. The result is an environmental portrait for each street and subject, with a goal to highlight a set of individuals, emerging and … Continue reading

Dev Hynes – Blood Orange Documentary

Last year, Channel 4 approached Dev Hynes about being interviewed for a music special on one of his many monikers Blood Orange and my favourite album of 2011, Coastal Grooves, the latest from the man formerly known for Test Icicles, Lightspeed Champion and CANT. Being the consummate uber-creative, Devonté Hynes decided to take matters into … Continue reading

Camille Rowe for Terry Richardson

Butterfly collecting just got a lot cooler, it is one the favourite hobbies of fashion’s current belle du jour, French model Camille Rowe-Pourcheresse. Camille Rowe on her comp card, it seems long surnames are not good for models, has been shot by photographer, Terry Richardson. Rowe seems to be one of the cult snapper’s current … Continue reading

Fashion’s New Muse – Arizona Muse

Fashion has a new muse, Arizona Muse has single-handily made Frida Kahlo-esque eyebrows fashionable again in the same vein that Natalia Vodianova did when she burst onto the scene in 2004. The American model from Arizona has literally bagged every cover and campaign going since she reinvented herself as a short-haired brunette in September 2010. … Continue reading

Terry Richardson and Happy Socks

Cult Swedish sock company, Happy Socks, have teamed up with the photographer who loves a white wall backdrop, Terry Richardson. Richardson, is loved or hated amongst fashion circles, known for his simple cute girl white wall homemade shots, but with the quirky Swedish brand he seems to met his ideal partner, albeit slightly more bright … Continue reading

How Far Would You Go For Love?

Since 2008, the leading French jeweler Cartier, has been inviting some of the world’s finest artists to provide their individual interpretation in response to the question “How Far Would You Go For LOVE?” The latest in the series sees the French electronic outfit, AIR put their idea of the concept across with “Painted Love”. AIR’s … Continue reading

Create, Work, Inspire with Dell

Last week computer giant, Dell, decided to challenge Apple’s dominance over the creative sector laptops with a novel way to launch their new XPS 14z laptop. The brand enlisted the support of LA-based creative think tank, Super! Alright! to create a three day exhibit at Openhouse Gallery, New York called Create, Work, Inspire. Tastemakers from … Continue reading

‘All’ of Maurizio Cattelan At The Guggenheim

Maurizio Cattelan has been one of the most interesting, provocative, bold and funny contemporary artists of his generation, looking at today’s society and exposing its contradictions in works that despite their humour are a scathing attack on 21st century culture. Following his announcement to retire, the Guggenheim in New York is hosting a retrospective of … Continue reading

Leee Black Childers: Drag Queens, Rent Boys, Rockstars & Punks

Leee Black Childers is one of the finest living photographers alive today; part of the old guard who shot the world around them, bringing the beauty and absurdity of the characters to life with glorious, timeless images. Childers, along with the great John ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins, was part of the Andy Warhol’s Factory entourage of creatives … Continue reading

Maurizio Cattelan: All

Maurizio Cattelan has been one of the most interesting, provocative, bold and funny contemporary artists of his generation, looking at today’s society and exposing its contradictions in works that despite their humour are a scathing attack on 21st century culture. Following his announcement to retire, the Guggenheim in New York is hosting a retrospective of … Continue reading

Jack Greer for ASOS Urban Tour

It is the buzz for all the brands at the moment to get their fingers on creative talent, immerse themselves in their world and bathe in their murky bath water. Online web shop ASOS is joining in on the action with their Urban Tour. In association with trendy lifestyle magazine VICE, ASOS is looking for … Continue reading

Reflecting the Stars

Moon River turns Star River as New York’s Hudson captures the constellations that lay above it each and every night. Artist and keen astronomer John Morris, upset that New Yorkers were unable to see the reflective beauty of the night’s sky because of the city’s lights, decided it was time to give star gazers the … Continue reading

Ja Rule sentenced to two years in jail

Hip-hop artist Ja Rule was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday, six months after he pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon. The 35-year-old rapper and actor, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, did not speak during the sentencing held at New York State Supreme Court. He was set to report … Continue reading

Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson and Marlon Brando ‘fled 9/11 in hire car’

It may well be the most outlandish road trip since the wheel was invented: a cross-country dash featuring Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson and Marlon Brando, in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The trio reportedly took turns driving, with Brando allegedly fueling himself on a diet of junk food. Details of the trip emerged … Continue reading