actor, calvin demba, says "fuck that, take me back to the old and golden days"
Ex-Hollyoaks actor and spoken word poet Calvin Demba speaks in rhyme about our infatuation with celebrity culture, and the gentrification of East London.
peeling back the prejudice and creating a truthful portrait of britain’s traveller community
Photographer Sophie Green spent eight months travelling around the country, from Cumbria in the north to Portsmouth in the south, creating an intimate document of our traveller's communities.
a photographic guide to the disappearing pubs of east london
Jan J Klos snapped the staff of boozers like The Joiners Arms, The Nelson’s Head and The George & Dragon in the style of 18th century portraits.
finding beauty and truth in india
We speak to documentary photographer Emily Garthwaite about travelling the length and breadth of India, capturing the stories and people of the country.
we meet annie atkins, graphic designer of the grand budapest hotel’s empire of zubrowka
From designing Henry VIII’s death warrants in The Tudors to working as lead graphic designer on the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel and creating those pink Mendl’s boxes, Annie Atkins is making waves in the film industry.
hitch-hiker and polaroid kid, mike brodie, demystifies the idea of the american nomad
Mike Brodie earned the title of Polaroid Kid with his first book A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, now his photographs of train-hoppers and nomads that laid the foundation of this, have been collated into a new tome – Tones of Dirt and Bone.