Jessica Brilli

Posted by Fabio 30 August 2018

Jessica Brilli has been drawing and painting since her childhood. Working in a style that encompasses American realism and 20th-century graphic design aesthetics, Brilli’s paintings reveal the beauty in everyday scenes and objects. read more

Mark Mulroney – The Dangers of Eden

Posted by Fabio 28 August 2018

The Dangers of Eden, a solo exhibition of new works by Mark Mulroney. read more

Paweł Pawlikowski’s new epic romance “Cold War”

Posted by Fabio 28 August 2018

Paweł Pawlikowski follows his Oscar-winning Ida with the stunning Cold War, an epic romance set against the backdrop of Europe after World War II. read more

Damien Poulain

Posted by Fabio 22 August 2018

Damien Poulain is a graphic artist working across a wide range of fields, with a specific focus on art, fashion and music. He has gained international recognition – commercially and artistically – with work for clients including Dazed and Confused, KesselsKramer, Adidas and Uniqlo. read more

George Wu – The Dawn Chorus

Posted by Fabio 21 August 2018

A deceptively simple short to celebrate the joyous moment the birds welcome in the day. The Dawn Chorus is a mix of high-end style alongside cheeky puppetry inspired by Alexander Calder, Fingerbobs and simple automata. Written and Directed by George Wu.


Agnes Lloyd-Platt

Posted by Fabio 17 August 2018

Agnes Lloyd-Platt is a fashion and beauty photographer and filmmaker based in London. Her work is characterised by positivity, colour, character and a graphic sensibility. Touching on these inspirations, Agnes embraces playfulness in her work and believes fashion photography should be uplifting and inclusive. read more

I say a little prayer – Aretha Franklin (March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018)

Posted by Fabio 16 August 2018

Aretha Franklin ‘The Queen of Soul,’ dies at age 76. Aretha Louise Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, where her father, C. L. Franklin, was a minister. read more

Jin Angdoo – Gyeol

Posted by Fabio 14 August 2018

Flowers suspended in the darkness; a ball—dripping with paint—hurtling through the void; a tide of oranges floating in an unspeakable liquid. Gyeol, from director Jin Angdoo, is a treat for the eyes and the senses—an abstract film that pushes the boundaries of the medium read more