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Kingston University MA Illustration 2010 Exhibition Review

The Kingston MA in Illustration has bred some wonderful illustrators, including our very own Gemma Milly, Kerry Hyndman and Laura Callaghan. Plus many others...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Jenny Costello

Charlie Boots’ hand-made, decease one-of-a-kind pieces, case made from reclaimed and vintage fabrics, health are an antidote to fast fashion and the over-hyped high street. And they’re reversible! I had a chat with Charlie about staying sustainable (but stylish), her love of vintage and fashion’s green credentials…

How did you end up as an ethical clothing designer – had you always planned to go down the ethical route?
I became a fashion designer at the age of 28, after wanting to do it since I was 10! I lived in Bangkok in my early twenties and would take my designs to the tailors to be made. This could be hugely frustrating, as a person’s interpretation of a design often does not match the idea (not to mention the language barrier). I realised I needed to… read more

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How to Attract the Opposite Sex: an art seminar/dating opportunity from Details on Request

Nila Raja of Nila and the Rajas leads an eager crowd of singles through the dos and don'ts of how to attract a partner outside the Off Broadway bar. And it all turns out rather well...

Written by Jemima Broadbridge

vampireweekend by Patty Bowman Nila Raja by Kellie Black. Last Thursday I was in Broadway Market to review one of a series of intriguing talks organized by Details on Request, […]

How We Are Attracted To Things: an art seminar from Details on Request

Last week new arts collective Details on Request ran a series of seminars. For this one Andrew Jeremy Houghton-Robinson gave a talk in the Gossip Cafe on Broadway Market about how we are attracted to certain stuff. With live illustrations by our author Kerry Hyndman.

Written by Kerry Hyndman

There’s a real charm to one day festivals: your money doesn’t run out, treatment you don’t have someone peeing on your hammock (thanks Benicassim) or shouting at all the non-Welsh […]