Following on from my post about Sara Galbiati’s photos, I made it down to Lucha Future at the Dome last weekend and a muy buena noche was had by all!
Danish photographer Sara Galbiati has captured the violent spectacle of Lucha Libre (“Free Fighting”) in all of it’s theatrical glory. The heroic luchador is documented in action, at rest and in pose in a series of brilliant colour images. Popular … Continue reading
In amongst the mountains of tat inspired by the upcoming royal nuptials it’s nice to see something with a little taste. Behold! is a bold circus style screenprint by James Brown in the union jack colours of red, white and … Continue reading
This year’s Brighton Photo Biennial came to a close last weekend. Titled New Documents and curated by Martin Parr, it was an eclectic selection of both new and undiscovered talent. I attended some of the opening talks and heard some of … Continue reading
A new biennial of creative film and animation – a collaboration between the web’s biggest online video resource and one of New York’s most prestigious museums. Read more about YouTube Play and explore the entries on YouTube or via the … Continue reading
At 3 o’clock on Halloween, Brighton became overrun with the undead. Hundreds of them descended from the station to the seafront in a stumbling, mumbling freaky parade featuring copious fake blood and body parts. Funny, imaginative and sometimes downright scary….
Walking along the Thames a few of weekends ago I stumbled upon Bargehouse, drawn to its textured warehouse facade covered in type and neon tubes. That weekend it was host to Designersblock – part of the London Design Festival showcasing … Continue reading