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Lana Del Rey new video for Ultraviiolence is out, and it's a big smoochfest


Lana Del Rey is something of an opinion splitter in the studio, so it’s with great relish that we’re posting her highly-anticipated new video for Ultraviolence.

Outrageously GIFs of renaissance paintings featuring beers, BBQs and workouts


If ever the high and the low brow were to come together in the project of my dreams, it would look like this series by James Kerr, AKA Scorpion Dagger.

Hans Lo and Jack Featherstone create a psychedelic epic for Simian Mobile Disco


Jack Featherstone, Hans Lo and Simian Mobile Disco have long collaborated on music videos for the band’s singles, using highly complex analogue techniques to generate visuals that complement each song.

Squeaky clean new still lifes from photographer David Brandon Geeting


We’ve posted before about how David Brandon Geeting creates striking images of seemingly ordinary objects and revitalises the age old still life.

We talked with Fabrice Le Nezet about his new installation at Dalston Junction


If your journey to work takes you through Dalston Junction station in east London then you may have come across several hefty blocks of concrete suspended from the ceiling.

See G . F Smith's extraordinary paper process film plus ace recent talks


We’ve all seen paper process films – all sun-dappled mills and babbling brooks – but we’ve never seen anything quite like Ben Stevenson and Made Thought’s jaw-dropping Bright Red for G .

A look back at our travel inspired Nicer Tuesdays!


Last night’s travel-themed Nicer Tuesdays took us to the motorways of Iran and the beaches of northern Iceland, and from the Namibian desert to the streets of Lima all without leaving east London.

Dan Woodger creates 1000 brilliant emoji in over 1000 hours!


Almost exactly a calendar year ago we introduced Dan Woodger on It’s Nice That; showed off his desk-space, his process and some of his skateboarding Dinosaurs.

We talked with Fabrice Le Nezet about his new installation at Dalston Junction


If your journey to work takes you through Dalston Junction station in east London then you may have come across several hefty blocks of concrete suspended from the ceiling.

Parabella's stunning animated short about artist and destroyer Marilyn Myller


If the sole intention of animation was to create visuals nothing short of magical then Parabella would get my vote as the very best in the game every single time.

Lo-fi comics based on funny true stories by LA-based artist Edward Cushenberry


Edward Cushenberry actually wrote to me to show me a really interesting photography project he’s working on at the moment.

New website shows off Nicola Yeoman's talents in all their glory


When set designer Nicola Yeoman emailed us to say her newly simplified website was live, I went to check the last time we’d featured her on the site.

Bloc Party's Kele Okereke shows us his amazing graphic novel collection


When we received a copy of illustrated sine Steak Night through the door a couple of weeks ago (check it out in Things here) we were pleasantly surprised to find that Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke is not only a musician, but a keen writer too.

Check out this creepy new Beck video for Heart is a Drum


I love how Beck is always pushing the boat out and doing something that bit more creative than other recording artists.

Hiro Sugiyama paints the hilarious, the weird and the chap-clad bumcheeks


Some artists, immensely talented and original though they may be, simply don’t make work that fits in the grandest art galleries of the world.

See G . F Smith's extraordinary paper process film plus ace recent talks


We’ve all seen paper process films – all sun-dappled mills and babbling brooks – but we’ve never seen anything quite like Ben Stevenson and Made Thought’s jaw-dropping Bright Red for G .

Check out the Girl Who Fell to Earth, Zoë Taylor's film noir-tinged book


It’s not especially often that creatives flock to Cornwall en masse, but the little nook of England has been awash with activity this weekend due to Port Eliot festival, featuring musicians, artists, fashion designers and journalists.

Check out this creepy new Beck video for Heart is a Drum


I love how Beck is always pushing the boat out and doing something that bit more creative than other recording artists.

Bloc Party's Kele Okereke shows us his amazing graphic novel collection


When we received a copy of illustrated sine Steak Night through the door a couple of weeks ago (check it out in Things here) we were pleasantly surprised to find that musician Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke is not only a musician, but a keen writer too.

See G . F Smith's extraordinary paper process film plus ace recent talks


We’ve all seen paper process films – all sun-dappled mills and babbling brooks – but we’ve never seen anything quite like Ben Stevenson and Made Thought’s jaw-dropping Bright Red for G .


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