Professor Phil Shaw’s quirky and imaginative rendering of book spines on bookshelves grouped according to colour and titles to correspond with London’s tube lines shows how images can tickle the senses.
Can design and craft make Britain strong again? This is one of the numerous talks penciled for the third edition of the London Craft Week taking place across London this spring.
The Boat Race has been a quintessential British occasion since 1829. What can be more pleasurable that lounging under the Spring sunshine (should the weather permit) and emerging foliage than with a pint of lager or Pimm’s.
Diana, Princess of Wales communicated strong subliminal messages through her wardrobe and sense of style.
Five young activists break into a disused building and try to make a stand against it all. Fired up by left-wing idealism but short on pragmatism, they discover that the revolution may be a long time coming, and when the protest leads to tragedy, some of them are driven to more violent methods.
If you’ve ever wondered about the secret behind David Bowie’s musical ingenuity, then look no further than a red typewriter called Valentine up for grabs alongside 350 other items up for sale at Sotheby’s in an auction titled, Bowie/Collector.
When two giants of the visual arts world collide, not only do sparks fly, words of wisdom are sprinkled all around like confetti.
If you want to go eyeball-to-eyeball with nature’s most exotic species without losing your nerves, then step inside the Natural History Museum for this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Discover Ukraine beyond the headlines. Despite war and political turmoil from Maidan to the Crimea, Ukrainian cinema has been enchanting audiences from Cannes to Munich. Now it’s London’s turn.
Fulham won’t have seen anything like him, Helmut Newton, the late German photographer renowned for his provocative nude photographs of models over four decades.