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Posts Tagged ‘The Book Club’

Animal Vegetable Mineral: an interview with food events entrepreneur Tasha Marks

An interview with food entrepreneur Tasha Marks, founder of boutique food company Animal Vegetable Mineral. She creates intriguing edible interventions for festivals, parties and pop-up experiences.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Animal Vegetable Mineral Edible Art Class - Photo Paul Singer
Animal Vegetable Mineral's Edible Art Class. All photography unless otherwise stated by Paul Singer.

Animal Vegetable Mineral, also known as AVM Curiosities, was set up by young entrepreneur Tasha Marks, who left university with an insatiable appetite for combining food and art. Having interned at Bompas & Parr she was ideally placed to set up her own company, which now creates bespoke food based events such as the Edible Art Class taking place at The Book Club on Tuesday 9th April (full listing information here) I was fascinated to hear about the unique career that she has forged for… read more

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An interview with McBess about Big Mother

French illustrator Mcbess has a unique style that has earned him widespread attention. Having worked with Nobrow for several years he has now produced Big Mother, a beautiful A3 book that showcases his work to its very best.

Written by Amelia Gregory

He’s just held an exhibition titled The Folding Knife at The Book Club and he’s produced a fabulous A3 sized monograph with Nobrow. Let’s find out more about the bendy […]

Paint it! Make it! Party for Japan – an illustrated report by Emma Block

Illustration Rally holds their first ever event. Cakes are eaten, beautiful things are made and money is raised for Japan. All illustrations by Emma Block.

Written by Emma Block

Illustration by Emma Block. In the wake of the tsunami that hit Japan in March, malady the online community rushed to find a way to help. Illustration Rally, run by […]

THE NANCYBOY DECADE 1999-2009

The Book Club in Shoreditch is currently taking a retrospective look at the work of Stuart Semple aka Nancyboy, running until July 29th, we managed to get a sneak preview of the work of this critically acclaimed and pioneering British creative.

Written by Jenny Robins

thumbemitbloch Creaturemag’s Matt Witt and Emma Tucker recently spent the afternoon talking to lo-fi folk songwriter Emit Bloch. They were kindly invited to his house for a friendly chat about […]

City of Abacus: An interview with VV Brown

Critically acclaimed singer VV Brown branches out to try her hand at Graphic Novels

Written by Amica Lane

I’ve always been a fiend when it comes to graphic novels. It stems back down to a childhood as a bona fide geek, visit this whom attended comic book conventions […]

Inside The Book Club: How East London’s coolest new arts venue came to be

The Book Club's Creative Director and Art Producer tells Amelia's Magazine all about how the business launched, the artists they pick and why The Book Club isn't just another East End venue...

Written by Amica Lane

Illustration by Rachel Lewis I live in a state of perpetual disappointment that I was born in Hounslow in 1986, information pills see and not New York in 1943. In […]

Future Human Lectures: Fashion’s Microchic Shake-Up

Bad Idea Magazine hosts the latest in their series of 'Future Human' lectures, debating on the influence of the internet on global and British fashion...

Written by Ester Kneen

The latest in a series of events from Bad Idea Magazine, doctor approved ‘Future Human’ explores a new topic each month and hosts an evening of discussion and debate at […]

Visual Music

The curator of The Book Club's 'Visual Music', Alex Marshall talks to us about semiotics, Fantasia and the universal mirror of Art. But he insists, that it all may be bullshit.

Written by Amica Lane

This work may not be reproduced without the permission of Matteo Patocchi, viagra order try info@matteopatocchi.com All photography by Matteo Patocchi When coming to chose a degree upon my emancipation […]

Through the Lens: An Interview with Dean Chalkley

Dean Chalkley talks to Amelia's Magazine about life, death, photography and mincing machines of life.

Written by Amica Lane