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Catacombs in Paris

Posted on 19 July 2010 at 19:47 by Daniel Nicolson in Archive

Umbrella likes nothing more than a good subterranean passageway. When the excellent Boing Boing pointed us to an article in Brick magazine about people who spend lots of their time exploring the Paris catacombs, we thought we'd better share it with you. Her... Read more


Twenty years of fanzines…

Posted on 18 July 2010 at 19:22 by Daniel Nicolson in Archive

See more of this next week when we launchUmbrella, the new magazine for men. ... Read more


The beauty of the Leica Mini 

Posted on 15 July 2010 at 16:33 by Daniel Nicolson in Archive

Photographer Terry Richardson, he of the long sideburns, bad dress sense and unfathomable attractiveness to supermodels, is famous for using a Yashica T5, a seemingly ordinary ’80s camera that produces outstanding images thanks to its ace lens (apparen... Read more


Berlin – the city they forgot to finish  

Posted on 15 July 2010 at 16:01 by Daniel Nicolson in Archive

Most big cities have a trendy quarter, or more accurately a place where privileged arty types can take over and price the locals out. In Paris it’s Belleville, in London, Hoxton’s been a magnet for posers since the early 1990s and even Palma, Mal... Read more


Like Banksy? Try Vhis 

Posted on 15 July 2010 at 15:30 by Daniel Nicolson in Archive

These brilliant bits of street art from all over Europe come courtesy of Alexandre Farto aka Vhis. Represented by Steve Lazirides – the gallery owner who hooked up with Banksy years ago when Shoreditch was basically the Bricklayers’ Arms and the ... Read more

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