ID – a Fictional Journey into the Psyche, an Art Show with Roots in Urban Culture

Last month, from 14th til 30th of April, the Display Gallery in London hosted an unique event – “ID, a fictional journey into the Psyche”. A group exhibition of 14 international emerging artists, the show featured a wide array of artworks across different media, all with roots in urban culture. The event is a reference…

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Could Amy Weston Win the Next Pulitzer for Photography?

Amy Weston might just be the photographer to win the 2011 Pulitzer Award for Photography after immortalizing a woman jumping from a burning building, during the London Riots. Photo from The Telegraph Photo from The Guardian via The Telegraph Photo from The Mirror via The Telegraph Amy declared that she had arrived, parked her car and tried to…

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How to Become an Obnoxious Mod in Five Easy Steps

While hipsters have been pushing barriers of douchebaggery to new standards in the past years, something of an even greater annoying force is waiting to arise. For the third time in history, it’s mod revival time! Mod (from modernist) is a subculture that originated in London, England, in the late 1950s and peaked in the early-to-mid 1960s. Significant elements of…

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Peaceful Protest Against Car Culture: London World Naked Bike Ride [NSFW]

A peaceful and imaginative protest against oil dependency and car culture- that was what the London World Naked Bike Ride was all about. Starting from Hyde Park, 1000+ naked cyclist strolled pass Buckingham Palace and wished the Queen a Happy Birthday in their way. The other purpose of the naked stroll was to promote cycling…

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