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Marching through the blogs

Published on January 16th, 2013 | by Jennifer Logan & Stephanie Richardson

The fashion industry is constantly changing with consumers wanting more and more. In today’s digital-focused society there is a multitude of strong individual fashion voices that share information and influence people on a daily basis. The... Read More


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We all scream for I Scream

Published on January 16th, 2013 | by Elspeth Merry

Alexandra Plesner has a prized CV under her belt, from working at Swarovski Austria, to freelancing as a Creative Projects Manager for online and print platforms— from publications such as Tank Form and Dazed Digital to... Read More


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The culture of the parody

Published on January 16th, 2013 | by Shawna Warmington-Brown

The parody dates back to the days of Aristotle and has steadily weaved its way through history since then. Literary greats such as Jane Austen and Jonathan Swift played with the parody genre in their works... Read More


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Beware of the NOOBS

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Elspeth Merry

These days, you can not turn on your television without being inundated with a skewed version of the English language known as ‘American English’. Some Brits feel that righteous tingling when they hear their American counterparts... Read More


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Jewellery Design student glows at Cartier

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Carleanne O'Donoghue

Beavering away in the back of the Jewellery Design Workshop at Central Saint Martins you’ll find third-year student Benita Gikaite, 24, working hard on her final collection. Having taken on a few internships in the world of... Read More


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Dystopia – The warning

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Mikkel Stern-Peltz

According to people who have misinterpreted a Mayan calendar, the world will end in December 2012, However, looking at contemporary images, one could be forgiven for thinking that it had already ended. Dystopian, gloomy, post-apocalyptic imagery... Read More


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The art of punk movement

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Stephanie Richardson and Jennifer Logan

 Having evolved in the USA and the UK in the mid ’70s, it has heavily influenced all areas of the arts world and many young people. Punk was an expression of youthful rebellion and anti-authoritarian mentality.... Read More


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Pirate Radio

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Josh Ford

So you are tuning into your favourite radio station one evening to listen to the news when you are met with a distorted unfamiliar voice in your favourite presenters’ usual spot, talking in a lingo that... Read More


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From Hackney to the National Gallery

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Mikkel Stern-Peltz

The front room of Tom Hunter’s Hackney home is a mishmash of styles and decorations, where his children’s artwork fights books and miscellaneous bric-a-brac for your attention. However, there is a sense of ordered chaos to... Read More


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