London

Grind London

More and more London based brands are appealing to the Western hemisphere. Above, check out Grind London’s 2013 Spring/Summer Collection, which features some very…

Ryan Todd

Cool London exhibitions are like buses – someone will often be eating fried chicken a few feet away from you. No, wait, they’re like…

Ovidius

Ovidius is one of London’s premier streetwear brands. The label has released their Summer 2013 T-shirt collection via their website, with each tee featuring…

Dimitri Kozyrev

There are a lot of big ideas at play in the work of Russian-born, American based artist Dimitri Kozyrev. From “political and military polemic”…

George Afedzi Hughes

Originally from Ghana, George Afedzi Hughes studied painting at The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, College of Art, where he earned a…

Camilla Perkins

These wonderful, animal-themed illustrations are from Camilla Perkins, an illustrator and surface designer based in London. Camilla’s fascination with zoology and botany is seen…

Ryo Takemasa

On a recent trip to London, Ryo Takemasa decided to draw what he encountered and in his version of the capital everyone is grinning,…

Roa

Back in 2009 artist Roa painted this amazing lenticular street artwork on Curtain Road in London. Depending on the angle of viewing the art…

KK Outlet

One of the worst things about lazy travel writing is its tendency to textually airbrush cities, removing all nuance to create unrealistic, unrecognisable portraits…

Google’s New London Office – L4

 

The amazing new office which Google own is their new headquarters in Victoria, London. The workspace looks more like a playground than a place for thoughtful thinking. They definitely show that you don’t need to be all formal to produce something amazing.

Everything is open plan, giving the illusion that there is more space for ideas instead of being locked into your own cramped cubical.

New Banksy Monopoly Sculpture for Occupy London

 

Though we hadn’t heard from elusive street artist Banksy in a little while, it should come as no surprise that his latest piece would be for the “Occupy” movement. Popping up at St. Paul’s Cathedral for Occupy London, this brand new sculpture features a panhandling Rich “Uncle” Pennybags on a make-believe Monopoly board.

Slinkachu ‘Boys Own Adventures’

Slinkachu's show, 'Concrete Ocean', is now showing at Andipa Gallery in London. Concrete Ocean is the second exhibition of Slinkachu's work to be shown at Andipa Gallery and followsWhat Ever Happened to the Men of Tomorrow (2009) which focused on the relationship between an old, bald, Superman rejected by the city that once lauded him.

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