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Multi-Disciplinary design studios are now commonplace. They service elite brands that dominate their respective marketplaces via a collective team of specialist creatives. However, it's rare to find someone that's able to proudly celebrate their ability to cross specialties, let alone do them to the highest of standards. So, when we spotted Australian creative, Jason Wood, we knew we'd found just that.

We frequently talk about the need to challenge traditions and the importance of standing toe-to-toe with the status quo in order to provide an alternative way forward. We believe that creativity is the only way to do this and by visually reflecting this ethos we know that change, improvement and opportunity awaits. However, to make this happen creatives need to

Sam Fender is very pleased to announce details of a third headline show at London’s Omeara for November, following the immediate sell-out of the original two nights. Sam will headline the London venue on the 12th, 13th, and now on the 14th November. Tickets are on sale for the new date here. The fast-rising young Tyneside musician recently shared the moving

When one thinks of Coventry, it's not the bright lights, the razzmatazz, the Ritz. Spectacular art-related happenings don't often grace our humble nook of the UK. In theory, Coventry's creative scene should be spilling and contrasting to its industrial reputation. It does, however, seem like we're beginning to embrace local talent more than ever before. With the painful demise of The

We are having a blast searching the world for insanely talented creatives. From the bold graphics of America to the emerging street-art scene of Asia, we are continually inspired by the work of those who are following their hearts and creating influential ideas. So, when we came across Zeka Design, a Valencia based graphic designer we were blown away by

British glam-rock sensations The Struts have announced the release of their new album, YOUNG&DANGEROUS, out October 26th via Polydor Records. The band have also released a brand new track, ‘Bulletproof Baby’, the latest to be taken from the upcoming album, as well as announcing a UK headline tour in February. Following 2016’s critically acclaimed Everybody Wants, the new album features the

The rise of Edinburgh's LaKyoto has been nothing short of impressive. Since announcing their arrival on the Scottish music scene they've received support from new music station, Amazing Radio, emerging artist collective, The Line of Best Fit and Channel Fours, Made In Chelsea. The quartet now return with another upbeat track that's fast becoming the bands signature sound. Marrying the atmospherics

At the dawn of the automobile age, Americans’ predilection for wanderlust prompted a new wave of inventive entrepreneurs to cater to this new mode of transportation. Starting in the 1920s, attention-grabbing buildings began to appear that would draw in passing drivers for snacks, provisions, souvenirs, or a quick meal. The architectural establishment of the day dismissed these roadside buildings as

Adidas have dropped their Autumn / Winter Spezial collection, celebrating the anniversary of acid house in the movements 30th anniversary. Loaded with classic styles but modernised with contemporary materials, this new range pays homage to underground warehouse parties and the cultural phenomenon that continues to be referenced in today's youth. Timeless footwear silhouettes such as Munchen Super have been released in

London's thriving design scene is continuing it's incredible trajectory with an abundance of mini agencies and major consultancies serving global brands and brave, independents. These hubs of creativity are pushing boundaries and ripping up the rule book with gusto so, when we heard about Studio P+P and especially their brand identity for Vita Architects we became very, very excited. Studio P+P