Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery has opened The Time We Call Our Own – an exhibition dedicated to the time, place and people that make nightlife what it is. Don’t worry, we’ll be back after the pandemic.
Sam Morris’s erection was the first ever to be broadcast on the box when it was shown on Channel 4’s taboo-breaking Me and My Penis documentary. Get to know him and his willy.
The artist’s work is a very British nudge and a wink, but he’s still a man on a mission to find higher meaning…
The Central Saint Martins sculpture student creates work through a make-believe lens, offering an escape from his mental health while creating expressive characters of everyday people.
This year, nine out of 10 Italians have decided to stay in Italy for their summer vacation. Southern Italy’s Forest of Mercadante is just one of the hotspots families are flocking to – and it‘s pure magic, as captured here by photographers Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni.
And not in the fashion sense. These designs are The Real McCoy.
Referencing Dame Vivienne Westwood, New Order merchandise and copies of The Face from back in the day, 22-year-old designer Sam Nowell is all about the romantic nostalgia of 1980s and ’90s Britain.
As Nike unveils a brand new away kit for the Premier League champions, we travel to Liverpool to capture it on young fans from the area.
Tyler Williams: With influences spanning manga and the groundbreaking work of artist Janiva Ellis, the New Jersey-born artist’s work is every bit spooky, as it is emotionally thought-provoking.
Guts Gallery’s founder, Ellie Pennick, is back with another exhibition following the success of When Shit Hits the Fan. Now, she’s rounded up the troops for an online art sale benefitting The Free Black University.
Introducing the Yorkshire-born painter referencing The Beautiful Game in his hyper-abstract paintings.
Having graduated from Central Saint Martins’ MA programme this year, the German-born, Paris-based designer references sexpots from Prince and Freddie Mercury, to Roman sculptures and Robert Mapplethorpe’s black and white muscle figures – and they’re every bit as sexy as they sound.
Meet Rachel Gasser: the serial dyer, colouring the hair of a sleepy Switzerland town one head a time.
Eight years into his career as a furniture designer, James Shaw is finding his feet firmly planted somewhere in between architecture and fine art. His fixation? Normalising the weird and wonderful in ordinary environments, one plasticine toilet roll holder at a time.
This year’s art school students have produced some pretty Fine Art, overcoming the Covid Iron Curtain that stood between them a proper send off – a grad show. But now they face their harshest critic: the boss’s daughter, Paloma Gonsalves.
Five years ago, photographer Nik Hartley revisited his Lancashire hometown and spent two days documenting the boys who regularly visited Stylz – a barbershop in the centre of its British Asian community.
Meet Miles George Daniel: the punk designer merging sculpture, fashion, environmental politics and art
Upcycling 005: Having just completed a degree in knitwear design at Middlesex University, Daniel is keen to break away from the binary notions of art and fashion, instead throwing it in a pot and shaking it all about.
With strong ties to the north and a proper northern name, Liverpudlian journalist Paul Toner has created a zine that caters to the working-class boys of his hometown who are into fashion, but don’t want to be lectured through an arty-farty lens.
Bianca Saunders, Per Gotessen, Christopher Bailey… even Ossie bloomin’ Clarke – Royal College of Art has churned out an impressive alumni since its early beginnings, so it’s only natural we’re front and centre (at our laptops) when the Class of 2020 show off their shiny collections, online.
The Melbourne born and raised, London-based artist celebrates and explores his Black culture via vivid acrylic paintings, influenced by the “beautiful and difficult” narratives he’s experienced first hand.