Fine Art Graduate Jaynie Topping

Fine Art Graduate Jaynie Topping

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design fine art graduate Jaynie Topping has created a body of work based on our memories, feelings and our connections to the physical surroundings that we inhabit. Topping’s expressive work captures a childlike inquisitive nature as if one were experiencing new emotions brewed up by your physical surroundings. Regardless […]

Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck’s current exhibition at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain (April 16th – October 27th) provides an opportunity to look at the Australian artist’s stunning back catalogue. Considering the time that must go into creating his monumental sculptures the rarity of a Mueck exhibition is unsurprising. However, his ridiculous productivity is! This has made selecting a […]

Graduate Textile Designer Rebecca Tudor Price

Graduate Textile Designer Rebecca Tudor Price

2013 graduate textile designer of Cardiff Metropolitan University Rebecca Tudor Price has created these beautiful textile pattern designs. Her contemporary and energetic designs are intended for interior settings, the superior finishes and attention to detail make Price’s work visually interesting. Price’s degree show collection titled Barbules Paradise will be open to the public from the 8-14th June (that’s […]

The Modern Dog

The Modern Dog

It’s the time of year when degree shows are either gearing up or are in full swing and when the full length and breadth of talent in the UK is proudly on display for the entire world to see.  And there’s so much talent out there! There are so many shows going on, it’s impossible […]

Positively Outrageous

Positively Outrageous

Let’s rewind a second to investigate how most of our money in the UK is currently created. In the last post we have touched on how the government/central bank can literally ‘print’ it out of thin air but you may not be aware that your privately owned High St bank also can do the same.  […]

You’ve got to pick a pocket or two

You’ve got to pick a pocket or two

I postulated at the end of my last article that the government is going to steal lots of money from you – whether you have any savings or not – so an explanation of how that is going to happen may be helpful before we move onto what you can do to protect yourselves. Let’s […]

Cartoon badass

Cartoon badass

 Skeletor. A snood wearing bad guy. Thats badass! Professor Farnsworth. Wants atomic supermen with octagonal shaped bodies. Thats Badass! Mr Burns. Happier with a dollar than with eternal happiness. Thats Badass! DeeDee. Is nuts! Thats Badass! Stewie. Essential grooming with evil deeds. Thats Badass! Kenny. Dosent seem to die. Thats Badass! Johnny Bravo. No means Yes. Thats Badass! […]

PonyChops Shop

PonyChops Shop

The PonyChops Shop takes shoes and adds jazzyness to them! Chantal, owner of PonyChops adds vibrant colours, patterns and characters to shoes and fashion accessories making them just that bit more special. The contrast of shoe design and PonyChops features create a fun and striking design. A lover of fashion and making motivated Chantal to open her […]

QooQoo bike

QooQoo bike

QooQoo bike is here! Remember we wrote about Latvian fashion label QooQoo a little while ago? Well, then you might also remember we mentioned that they had plans of releasing their very own QooQoo fixed-gear bike this coming summer. Quoting The Chamber Brothers, ‘The time has come’ and here it is! It’s bright, bold and won’t […]

Answers on a Postcard: Mr Bingo’s First Class Hate Mail

Answers on a Postcard: Mr Bingo’s First Class Hate Mail

  Congratulations! You’re Awesome! Good Luck With Your New Job! Happy Anniversary Baby! Greetings cards – get a grip. This is the age of austerity, unemployment and broken dreams, and the card industry needs to reflect that. It’s (probably) a fact that sales for cards relating gainful employment to some kind of congratulatory sentiment have […]