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Old Soho: Great photos of London's most fascinating neighbourhood

Posted on 10 April 2015 at 08:24 by Anthony Teasdale in Art

Soho has always been different. This former hunting ground – the name ‘soho’ was a hunting cry like ‘tally ho’ – has long been a refuge for those that don’t fit in with regular society. In the late 19t... Read more


Harry Stedman: updating ’60s style for the modern man

Posted on 26 March 2015 at 08:43 by Anthony Teasdale in Style

Check the weather outside. Hot? Sunny? No, not yet. But whether the elements are playing ball or not, spring and summer are definitely on the way. What's making us long even more for those sunny days is the new collection by London brand Ha... Read more


The Hubble Telescope: beautiful pictures of planets, stars and galaxies

Posted on 20 March 2015 at 10:17 by Anthony Teasdale in Art

When you live on a place as good as Earth – and with its combination of great restaurants and menswear boutiques, it’s pretty unbeatable – you can get ideas above your station. You’ll tell everyone about your new business or your blog or your Twitter-linked microsite, and ... Read more


Saudi Arabia after dark: the photography of Céline Stella

Posted on 13 March 2015 at 07:36 by Anthony Teasdale in Art

Saudi Arabia is awash with one of the world’s most valuable commodities: oil. But electricity is a different matter. Up until 100 years ago, the country had no electrical power at all. Perhaps this is why there’s such an emphasis on it by Saudi shop owners today. In the dark... Read more


Rock ’n’ roll in black and white: the music photos of Greg Neate

Posted on 06 March 2015 at 08:13 by Anthony Teasdale in Art

Umbrella photographer Greg Neate is never happier than when he’s next to the stage at a concert, observing and documenting the action with an air of slight detachment. Greg covers the indie side of pop music, snapping bands with names like Blood Red, Hausfrau and Crayola Lectern. ... Read more

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