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Train and Tube ‘iPaintings’ by Nadja Ryzhakova

Posted on 11 January 2013 at 09:30 by Daniel Nicolson in Art

British artist David Hockney caused quite a stir last year with his iPad paintings of the area around his Yorkshire home, highlighted in the A Bigger Picture exhibition at London’s Royal Academy. Bringing a luminescent quality to ‘painting’... Read more


Penguin’s Great Ideas series

Posted on 25 November 2012 at 18:38 by Daniel Nicolson in Art

A good idea costs nothing. Well, in the case of Penguin’s Great Ideas series, each one will set you back £4.99, but as an intellectual investment, these beautifully presented works of philosophyshould put you well into the black. Over the last five years, Penguin has publish... Read more


Profile: G Stone Recordings

Posted on 24 November 2012 at 15:00 by Daniel Nicolson in Art

Ever since the dreaded words ‘trip-hop’ were coined in Mixmag in 1994 to describe the slew of instrumental, dub- and jazz-influenced records that were being made by the likes of DJ Shadow, Sabres of Paradise and La Funk Mob, there’s been a market for dance music that&... Read more


Artist Aled Lewis brings together arcade and movie heroes for PlayStation's All-Stars Battle Royale 

Posted on 23 November 2012 at 08:10 by Daniel Nicolson in Art

We're always suckers for a bit of old school arcade action, and without the threat of some maniac threatening us for our "last man" we now get to enjoy these games in peace. Artist Aled Lewis feels the same. To mark the release of PlayStation's All Star... Read more


The dark, shadowy photography of Nicolas Karakatsanis

Posted on 14 November 2012 at 08:23 by Daniel Nicolson in Art

In photography, light is everything, but it's the absence of light that makes the photography of Nicolas Karakatsanisso striking. His latest exhibition, Adjusting Infinity illustrates this perfectly. At first, the images are hard to make out, but... Read more

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