Tag Archive: art

Big bang data

A new exhibition opening at Somerset House that will disclose the hidden truths of the data deluge.


Matt Henry: Dark Americana

Now it’s been a long time since I last visited America and left the sickly-sweet compound of the Disneyland pastel pink walls for that matter, but in my dreams it’s still mostly like… Continue reading

Julie Verhoeven: The Whiskers Between My Legs

It is with utter glee that I clap my hands together in a fit of excitement to welcome anything Julie Verhoeven does. An awarded Fellow of the Royal College of Art, many fashion-y types… Continue reading

Naked ambition

If there’s one gallery you need to get yourself to this April, it’s to see the work of critically acclaimed LA-based photographer Mona Kuhn whose work is showing at the Flowers gallery on… Continue reading

A gallery you don’t have to leave home for

For many, wallpaper will forever have its associations with Grandparents’ antiquated floral landscape, or childhood Thomas the Tank Engine patterns etched with crayon. Or alternatively, seedy clubs with gold embossed oriental patterns like… Continue reading

Alice Tait: A little bit in love with London

The work of Alice Tait first caught my eye whilst browsing regular gift-buying haunt Notonthehighstreet.com. Her distinctive style that infuses dreamy high fashion and traditional watercolour illustration made me curious to see what… Continue reading

Pretty little things

It’s been a very longstanding ambition of mine to embark upon some taxidermy classes. I’ve collected the bell jars, oggled at the beautiful array of species at the Natural History Museum and so… Continue reading


Whilst Habitat for many, seems to have lost its way over the past few years with its financial troubles and the curiosity over its next steps having been bought by the Home Retail… Continue reading


    Having recently come across the Tate Collectives,  a youth art initiative created by young people for young people, it’s exciting to await a major festival curated by them. Hyperlink  will be… Continue reading


According to the ever trustworthy source that is Wikipedia, a ‘lolcat’ (pronounced /ˈlɒlkæt/ lol-kat incase you weren’t sure) is an “image combining a photograph of a cat with text intended to contribute humour. The text is often idiosyncratic and grammatically incorrect, and its… Continue reading