All posts tagged Art


Jonathan Kenyon and John Glasgow adopted the name Vault49 when they were still street artists, designing during the day, screen-printing during the evening, and ‘decorating’ the streets of London in […]


#CSinterviews Tiffany Beucher, a French illustrator

  What’s your story? How did you get to where you are today? When I was child I read a lot of illustrated books. This had such an effect on […]

#CSpresents By Day By Night – 26th Feb, 7pm

DigitasLBi The Old Truman Brewery 146 Brick Lane E1 6RU London 26th February, 7pm – 9pm By Day By Night explores creativity beyond our everyday jobs. Through a series of […]


#CSinterview, Jani Janileinonen

Jani Janileinonen hacks modern culture to create thought provoking art. We met him at #CShelsinki where he showed us round his studio and talked to us about some of his projects, […]


Giles Walker & Candice Tripp, ‘I’m Never Shopping Here Again’

                      “I’m Never Shopping Here Again” Open to the public 30th November – 12th December (FREE) Monday – Saturday: 12 […]

#CSinterview, Steve Lawler

How would you describe your job to an alien? Am a person who is guided by visual ideas. Someone who loves the process of solving problems. Images and film are […]

Craig Redman @ The Garage, Amsterdam

‘Since Never’, a new exhibition by Craig Redman (half of duo Craig & Karl), explores new acquaintances and old friends through portraiture. Examining unknowns rather than famous faces the series of paintings […]

#CSinterview, Mr Bingo

How would you describe your job to an alien? I draw pictures in exchange for money. On our planet, money is any object or record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and […]

Mr Bingo, Hate Mail @ The Garage, Amsterdam

“Last year I sent a postcard to a stranger called Jonathan Hopkins. It said on it “F*ck you Jonathan, f*ck you and f*ck your sh*t legs”. People seemed to be […]

#CSinterviews, Broken Fingaz

Last week we put up a post about Broken Fingaz, the Haifa-based psych-pop and street art collective (read it here). We thought we’d ask them a few questions…   How did it […]