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Look on the bright side of life with this week's edition of the Weekender


If you’re reading this then you too survived last weekend’s bank holiday carnage and you’re here, raring and ready for another go!

A painting of Tinned Lenin and an Anthony Burrill poster in Things


The Twittersphere went cuckoo for the Emmys this week, but those stingy folks over the pond only hand out awards once a year; here at It’s Nice That we give a big thumbs up to five lucky Things every single ruddy week!

A Friday mix from one of London's fastest rising stars Ella Eyre


Great mix this week from the lady with the hair, Ella Eyre. Ella went to the Brit School and has since gone on to be a very successful singer whose collaboration with the likes of Rudimental, Wiz Khalifa and Naughty Boy have caught the attention of, well, pretty much everyone.

The brilliant Miranda July launches a messaging app with a charming twist


It’s a sad fact of modern life that all this time spent staring at screens in order to communicate has the adverse effect of stopping us from actually communicating at all.

A Friday mix from one of London's fastest rising stars Ella Eyre


Great mix this week from the lady with the hair, Ella Eyre. Ella went to the Brit School and has since gone on to be a very successful singer whose collaboration with the likes of Rudimental, Wiz Khalifa and Naughty Boy have caught the attention of, well, pretty much everyone.

Check out Kit Webster's atmospheric exploration of sound and light


Australian artist Kit Webster is has long been fascinated with the emotional and psychological tricks he can play through the manipulation of sound and light.

Eike Konig discusses Hort’s work and ethos in short film


German design studio Hort prides itself on being an “unconventional working environment” and a “place where work and play can be said in the same sentence.” In this video by Analog Mensch Digital, Hort’s much-loved creator Eike Konig talks about their work and ethos whilst rolling paint and printing a poster.

Anna Valdez recreates her domestic space in sumptuous oil paintings


Anna Valdez is the kind of artist who makes me want to swathe myself and everything around me in layers of tropical prints and geometric patterns and embrace a new sartorial existence as a wannabe art teacher.

A painting of Tinned Lenin and an Anthony Burrill poster in Things


The Twittersphere went cuckoo for the Emmys this week, but those stingy folks over the pond only hand out awards once a year; here at It’s Nice That we give a big thumbs up to five lucky Things every single ruddy week!

Isabel and Helen on their installation for glacéau vitaminwater


For some the summer is a time to wind down and get away from it all, but in the heart of east London an exciting new pop-up space from glacéau vitaminwater is a vibrant hub of creative inspiration.

Incredible book collates artist Dawn Mellor's teenage drawings of Michael Jackson


A bright red book emblazoned with gold type exclaiming “MICHAEL JACKSON” is like the art publication version of click-bait.

We chat to Isabel and Helen about their summery installation for glacéau vitaminwater


For some the summer is a time to wind down and get away from it all, but in the heart of east London an exciting new pop-up space from glacéau vitaminwater is a vibrant hub of creative inspiration.

Our final Ace&Tate #ThroughTheEyesOf features Edward Monaghan


Here at It’s Nice That we spend an awful lot of time talking about, thinking about and writing about creatives but ultimately we don’t get too many chances to really see what goes on in their day-to-day working lives…until now.

Eike Konig discusses Hort’s work and ethos in short film


German design studio Hort prides itself on being an “unconventional working environment” and a “place where work and play can be said in the same sentence.” In this video by Analog Mensch Digital, Hort’s much-loved creator Eike Konig talks about their work and ethos whilst rolling paint and printing a poster.

The brilliant Miranda July launches a messaging app with a charming twist


It’s a sad fact of modern life that all this time spent staring at screens in order to communicate has the adverse effect of stopping us from actually communicating at all.

What are the the cultural implications of the potential England/Scotland divide?


This week editorial assistant Amy Lewin ponders the cultural impact of the potential England/Scotland split.

Studio Audience: On new-look Mr Kipling and how best to interview artists


And so another week wings by in an instant but for all you pod fans that means another brand new episode of Studio Audience.

The brilliant Miranda July launches a messaging app with a charming twist


It’s a sad fact of modern life that all this time spent staring at screens in order to communicate has the adverse effect of stopping us from actually communicating at all.

Eike Konig discusses Hort’s work and ethos in short film


German design studio Hort prides itself on being an “unconventional working environment” and a “place where “work” and “play” can be said in the same sentence.” In this video by Analog Mensch Digital, Hort’s creator Eike Konig talks about their work and ethos whilst rolling paint and printing a poster.

Kit Webster's Hypercube is an atmospheric exploration of sound and light


Australian artist Kit Webster is has long been fascinated with the emotional and psychological tricks he can play through the manipulation of sound and light.


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