• Spontaneous Stills


    French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue was well known in art circles for his slightly surreal unforced photographs taken in the early part of the twentieth century. Less known is his later work, the subject of an insightful exhibition curated by Paul Smith at London's Michael Hoppen Gallery through to 28 July. Get in the picture on It's Nice That. Image: Danielle Darrieux, Septembre, Eden Roc © Ministère de la Culture - France / A.A.J.H.L.

    On Show : 8:56 am : 19th June 18
  • Snap: Foster 8.20 pm


    Snap : 8:58 am : 18th June 18
  • Illustrate Now


    Penguin Random House launched Write Now in 2016 to support under-represented writers. This year they've broadened the initiative to include budding illustrators from diverse backgrounds offering a free workshop, portfolio reviews and mentoring from an in-house designer. Entries are open to 23 July, with ten talented artists winning a year-long mentorship. Illustrations by Nadia Shireen.
    Good Causes : 9:52 am : 15th June 18
  • Pulp Fiction


    Gloria Stoll Karn's career as a successful 1940s pulp fiction may never have been if it weren't for a keen eyed janitor saving her sketches from an incinerator. Check out her beautiful images in Hyperallergic's article about her life in a male-dominated world or head to the Norman Rockwell Museum for her full profile. It's a great story.
    Girl Power. Publish : 8:32 am : 14th June 18
  • Snap: Crown Street 11.07 am


    Snap : 9:24 am : 11th June 18
  • Fontificate: Super Sleuth


    Superunion's investigative approach to typography has resulted in a clever custom-made visual identity for online investigators Elliptic. Don't believe us? Check the evidence Superunion's website or on It's Nice That.
    Fontificate : 9:13 am : 8th June 18
  • Africa Calling


    Three exhibitions in Amsterdam are shining the light on Africa's approach to fashion from mid last century to now and beyond. First up is Foam where Seydou Keïta's wonderful black and white Bamako Portraits are showing through to 20 June 2018. Seydou's subjects flocked to his studio in the 1950s and 1960s to pose in their best and most extravagant clothes. The results speak for themselves. Taking an in-depth look at the flourishing streetwear and couture scenes in multiple African countries is Fashion Cities Africa, a show full of vim and vigour at the Tropen Museum where
    Africa Calling. On Fleek. On Show : 8:29 am : 7th June 18Read More+
  • Art of the High Line


    NYC's High Line is one of our favourite spots to unwind in and soak up the Big Apple vibes. We're really wishing we were there to witness first hand the specially commissioned series of performances currently taking place thanks to High Line Art. Image: Serena Korda, Missing Time, the Sunderland Acoustic Sound Mirror. Photo: Chris Egon Searle.
    On Show : 8:37 am : 6th June 18
  • Snap: Prêt-à-Loger 3.17 pm


    Snap : 9:15 am : 4th June 18
  • Playlist: Mother’s Garden


    We've been tuning into Africa Seven lately and on the way have uncovered a few gems including Mother's Garden, a funky compilation of tracks featuring some of Africa's finest female artists in the mid 1970s and early 1980s. The collection acknowledges the musical contributions that these women have made crafting these sweet-sounding African melodies. Get those toes tapping.  
    Africa Calling. Girl Power. Playlist : 9:06 am : 1st June 18
  • Coded Nature


    Blending nature with technology and science is what Dutch duo Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta aka Studio Drift do best. Whether it's suspending concrete blocks mid-air, choreographing drones to mimic a flock of birds or inventing illuminated trees to roost within, this team know how to create atmospheric environments that enchant. We can't wait to get to Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum to catch Coded Nature first hand. On now through to 26 August 2018. Image: Kerry Ryan McFate via Pace Gallery.
    On Show : 9:03 am : 30th May 18Read More+
  • This Is: Afrofuturism


    It's all out Africa for us with this fashion forward collection of inspiring creativity currently lighting up our world. We kick off with Remember the Rude Boy, a vibrant tribute by friends and colleagues of Kevo Abbra's father, featuring rethought designs with charity store vintage finds in Nairobi. So brilliant is it that Ghana are also paying homage with Remember the Rude Boy II. We love them, images courtesy K63.studio. We highly recommend checking out dezeen's article for more champions of Afrofuturism including Kenyan artist Cyrus Kabiru who transforms junk into treasure. We're agog...
    Africa Calling. This is : 8:19 am : 29th May 18Read More+

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