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Amelia Wells

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Earth writer Amelia Wells writes her own blog and intends to sail away to south america very soon.

Born on a pirate ship with a pen already twirling between her deft fingers, nurse Amelia gave her native Bristol an ‘ooh-arr’, pill … read more

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An interview with Antonia Parker: Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion featured artist.

Kent based artist Antonia Parker creates exciting work in a variety of mediums, including gouache and ceramics. As a new mother she's also exploring the balance between motherhood and creativity.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The lovely Antonia Parker has contributed artwork to several of my books now. This time she was inspired by the multitude of lanterns that adorn her house to create a […]

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An interview with Percie Edgeler: Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion featured artist.

Introducing Percie Edgeler, the second Camberwell College of Arts graduate to be included in my colouring book.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Percie Edgeler is another recent graduate of Camberwell College of Arts, (see also Tiffany Baxter) whose work caught my eye at the graduate shows. She contributes an unusual and wonderful […]

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An interview with Tiffany Baxter: Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion featured artist.

Recent Camberwell College of Arts graduate Tiffany Baxter has contributed to Amelia's Magazine online, and now she has been selected to appear in my colouring book too.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Recently graduated illustrator Tiffany Baxter contributes a whirling dervish of an image inspired by the Saint Vitus Dance of the medieval period, full of fanciful characters in colourful clothing. Why […]

An interview with illustrator Antonia Parker, as featured in Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration

ACOFI illustrator Antonia Parker creates wonderfully colourful and unique fashion illustrations, portraits and vignettes. She got involved with many eclectic projects in 2011: and here's a fabulous overview.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Amisha Ghadiali at the ACOFI launch. Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration featured illustrator Antonia Parker talks us through her year… be inspired! You’ve said that the launch party for ACOFI […]

Bourgeois & Maurice Can’t Dance at Sadler’s Wells: An Interview

Cabaret duo Bourgeois & Maurice are currently enjoying a run at the Sadler's Wells Lilian Baylis Studio. They are thoroughly fabulous... as this Q&A will reveal to those still unintiated in their inimitable ways.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Cher Lloyd by Gemma Pharo Wagner by Karina Yarv. Another year, viagra 60mg another X Factor out of the way. I went through a period of not watching any telly […]

Lounge on the Farm 2013: Festival Review

This year Kent based Lounge on the Farm festival returned to its eclectic, local roots for a sun soaked weekend of fun: here's my review, accompanied by some fabulous illustrations by a host of new contributors and some mini videos thanks to Vine.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Way back in 2009 contributor Amelia Wells visited Lounge on the Farm in Kent for Amelia’s Magazine. She was duly wowed by this small scale family orientated music festival and […]

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Vessels at The Queen of Hoxton – Live Review

The Leeds-based experimental-rockers were joined by Stuart Warwick and Humanfly at the Queen of Hoxton on Wednesday 17th November 2010.

Written by Gemma Milly

Plaited fabric By Daniel Williams Maybe theres something in the air, viagra approved maybe its my age or maybe its the season but it seems everybody around me has suddenly […]

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Two wheels good: London’s Borisbike cycle hire scheme proves its worth

Four months after launch, London’s new bike hire scheme is securing its place in Londoners’ hearts. We take a look at the ‘Borisbikes’ as they mark their millionth ride, along with a few tips on cycling in traffic.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Kotki Dwa gig Illustration by Daria Hlazatova To be honest, remedy I was skeptical of the idea of a bike rental scheme before the launch. If we are going to […]

Festival Review: Green Man

The soggy Brecon Beacons is the perfect home for the fertile Green Man; where wading through the mud is only half the fun!

Written by Amelia Wells

Naomi Campbell wears Vivienne Westwood (1993), viagra approved illustrated by Krister Selin It isn’t very often that a specific fashion designer is singularly celebrated for their contributions to fashion; when […]

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Introducing The Weird and Wonderful Art of Thuva-Lisa Ceder

Meet 19 year old illustrator and artist Thuva-Lisa Ceder, also known as Kaffe med Kaka. She's got a very warped mind for one so young...

Written by Aimee O'Neill

Illustration by Aniela Murphy/Neltonmandelton. The Rag Factory, this Brick Lane, page will be playing host to The London Zine Symposium on the 29th of May, capsule an event celebrating DIY […]

The Hung Parliament spells serious change for our government.

My views on the 2010 general election, accompanied by the clever visual opinions of a bunch of illustrators.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Democracy Village. All photography by Amelia Wells. Parliament Square is currently home to the Democracy Village; a few tents, visit this site treatment a couple of marquees and a whole […]

There’s the General Election, and then there’s Democracy Village in Parliament Square.

We may be in the throes of electoral reform, but for some change is not quick enough - they've taken action into their own hands and are now camping in Parliament Square.

Written by Amelia Wells

Illustration by June Chanpoomidole While Spring turns to Summer, check London Fashion Week AW10 may fade in our memories, but the designers that drew us in certainly won’t. One such […]

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Don’t leave the light on, baby.

Britain Unplugged

Written by Tom Russell

So what do you do after you’ve taken back the gown, viagra approved order after you’ve drunken all the champagne, seek there after your parents have cried as much as […]

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The Dodos- ‘I hate Joey Joe Joe’ and Other Stories

Interview with The Dodos, London, Summer 2009

Written by Roisin Conway

So what do you do after you’ve taken back the gown, viagra approved order after you’ve drunken all the champagne, seek there after your parents have cried as much as […]

Misako Mimoko: Girl and Dolls

Craft, Interview

Written by Alice Watson

So what do you do after you’ve taken back the gown, viagra approved order after you’ve drunken all the champagne, seek there after your parents have cried as much as […]

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Lounge on The Farm: Festival Review

Summer 2009, Kent

Written by Amelia Wells

So what do you do after you’ve taken back the gown, viagra approved order after you’ve drunken all the champagne, seek there after your parents have cried as much as […]

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Disturbing Wildlife: An interview with Invisible Familiars

Brooklyn based musician Jared Samuel introduces his band Invisible Familiars and talks of William Blake, coconuts and their delicious debut LP Disturbing Wildlife.

Written by Gemma Dietrich

Invisible Familiars is the creation of the talented multi instrumentalist Jared Samuel. His debut LP Disturbing Wildlife, which he penned on a houseboat named Gypsy docked in Jamaica Bay, was […]

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Album Review and Interview: Transformuration by Jo Mango

Meet the uber talented Glaswegian musician Jo Mango. This remix album is out of this world...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Jo Mango by Marina Esmeraldo. The genre defying musician Jo Mango released her new remix album Transformuration last month, enlisting the help of international artists to reimagine all 10 tracks […]

Dear Fashion Diary: an interview with Emmi Ojala

Emmi Ojala is an illustrator with an interest in fashion and sustainability. She has created two amazing projects that encompass her interests, Dear Fashion Journal and Dear Fashion Diary, and here she tells us more about their development and inspiration.

Written by Amelia Gregory

How did you first come across the idea of the Free Fashion Challenge, and why did you decide to take part? 

 The Free Fashion Challenge was an initiative of Laura […]

Camberwell College of Arts: Well Said Illustration Degree Show 2013 Review

This year Camberwell illustration graduates held their Well Said show in The Rag Factory, just off East London's Brick Lane. Here's what I found.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Nigh on a month ago the latest batch of talented graduates from the Camberwell College of Arts illustration degree course put on their standalone show at The Rag Factory, a […]


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London Zine Symposium 2011

Sun 17th April 2011, 12:00pm – 06:00pm

The Rag Factory, Heneage Street, London, E1 5LJ

Written by Amelia Gregory

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