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Transforming everyday materials into post modern compositions. Arash Fakhim is the crossroad connecting all worlds
Meet Angela Deane, a Baltimore based artist that turns old photos new, creating delightful art pieces using ghosts, witches, flowers and (last but not least) her sense of humor.
Pelle Cass is not your average sports photographer. He is a top notch mad scientist and fine artist.
Meet Callum an exciting Graphic Designer from Glasgow and the creative behind our new logo.
Artist Kieran leach describes his latest work as Pimp My Ride meets the gallery. We take a moment to discuss art, confidence, and an early trip to Tate Liverpool that sparked it all.
Meet Tomas Aciego, a visual artist from Madrid. Inspire by sci-fi and videogames, he talks about how his 3D art began and why his women representations are both a personal idea of the estheticism of a human body and a kind of criticism of society and media.
Tagen Donovan packs a punch in her newest collection of refined collages. They are fun, flashy, fresh and funky.
"We don’t always have to deal with things with flowers and unicorns. Sometimes just scream in a fit of rage." Get to know Sumara Laika, the London-born and bred artist re-imaging your insta insecurities in her latest project.
Meet James Kerr: Canadian based artist who specializes in animations that mix the old and the new.
Alex Frost is a talented multidisciplinary artist who is gaining attention for his wet unboxings on youtube and Instagram - immersing his audience so to speak!
Meet one-to-watch Harry Butt of Butt Studio, experimental designer and animator… and a little bit of a music buff too.
Striking presence and sharp eloquence, it’s always with a quiet confidence that James Massiah get on stage — far from being conventional, performing poetry, another way to spread his AE philosophy. Let’s get into the intimacy of this prodigy London Poet.
The Laundry’s third exhibition NOM is an exploration of food, looking beyond the ingested product to the roots, it investigates our individualised and collective taste for food, for cultures, for environments, through a diasporic lens.
For artist Nicola Lorini, a good work of art should be an existential trigger, even if it’s just for a moment or for the rest of eternity.
Marion Crampe dances Pole, but not like the other girls. AND, she’s not JUST a pole dancer - she’s an artist, performer, instructor, athlete, model, contortionist, wife and a free bird!
One of the most evocative artists, Bad Bad Tati, tells us more about her latest and greatly intriguing project “mirror“.
Oscillating between lively objects and demented euphoria, Berlin-based artist Adrienne Kammerer discusses hopeless misery, constant anxiety, and immersive multiverses.
Ethan Skaates is an Ohio born artist. He and his artistic practice are inquisitive.