Photographer Vivek Vadoliya has rallied together a cohort of celebrated photographers, selling their prints to raise urgent funds to support Mission Oxygen India.
It’s been announced by the Association of Independent Festivals that a quarter of independent festivals have been cancelled over Covid insurance fears. Booooo!
Masks off, heels on, struts at the ready: Australia’s drag shows are back. RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, however, is raising a few eyebrows.
Young Mancunian photographer Jordan Afi Lambert stumbled upon some old family photo albums on his return from university. For him, it was a reconnection to his Black British heritage.
Hot gossip, hotter sex, meditations on domesticity, family and relationships… This novel has it all. Here’s what its bestselling author gets up to off the page.
Founders Emmanuel Balogun and KK Obi are back after the success of their debut publication last year. Read an extract from a story, On Privilege & Protest, here.
The subversive one-stop-shop for the best art, gear and trinkets is intrinsic to the city’s creative scene. Its founder, Erin Fremder, gives us a proper local’s (virtual) tour.
For her latest exhibition, which opens today at HFKD in Denmark, the artist and political dominatrix investigates what it’s like for a man to feel used and objectified.
Photographer Chloe Pang has been snapping away at Los Angeles residents over the past year, with the intention of creating an unbiased news source.
Artist Dominic Myatt’s new book features an array of cocks drawn by famous people, with all proceeds going to the Terrence Higgins Trust and The Runnymede Trust.
A proposed Super League would give more power to the few. Going by the explosion of anger on social media, fans are able to see the move for the disaster it is.
WARP is an intoxicating new photobook by the filmmaker who captured his queer community over four years, presenting identity, relationships, sexuality and intimacy through a smoky lens.
The Berlin-based filmmaker and director just released his first-ever photo zine, TIME WILL TELL. Take a look – it might just beat your lockdown blues.
The new book from Benjamin Myers examines “the blind folly of men” via short stories amassed over 15 years of writing.
Less salacious that Skins, more silly than Gossip Girl, Story of My Fucking Life showcases the imperfections of everyday life in 15 minute episodes.
The rising Bradfordian painter presents us with WINDOWS – an online exhibition of eight brand-new works showing the banality, and beauty of life in lockdown.
From school to stardom, the 19-year-old actress and Rocks breakout is rising – fast – to the top.
Back in 2006, the 18-chapter tale of sex, guns, young love and grief made the rounds on many a Sony Ericsson W810i. Now, the re-edition is set for release via #Merky Books in October.
Emerald Fennell and Carey Mulligan, the director and star of 2021’s smartest, sharpest, darkest thriller, discuss rape, romcoms, revenge and how a Britney banger put the Toxic in toxic masculinity.
With a place on this summer’s artists residency at Villa Lena in Tuscany, Mallory Lowe is looking to the past to shape the future.
Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor, the doomed lovers in the National Theatre’s disruptive new play-as-a-TV-film, explain why their Shakespeare adaptation is the right drama for right now.
In her new book What White People Can Do Next, the writer, academic and broadcaster pours her intellect and years of PhD research into a nuanced examination of race, capitalism and class. Get reading, get learning.
The King of Monsters is bigger! Badder! Back! But is he cool? “Very cool,” says James McMahon.