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Chinese photographer Ren Hang has reportedly died


Renowned and controversial Chinese photographer Ren Hang has reportedly died. He was born in 1987 in Changchun, China, and resided in Beijing.

A thriving night scene is valuable to the UK’s creative industry, says new report


A report released by the Creative Industries Federation (CIF) aims to demonstrate the value of the UK’s night scene to its creative sector.

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Here in the UK, Storm Doris has been tearing a path of destruction through our streets, train lines and day-to-day lives.

Women Who teams up with illustrator Kelly Anna for International Women's Day event


Women Who is joining forces with artist and print designer Kelly Anna for an International Women’s Day event.

Photographers Kelia Anne MacCluskey and Luca Venter explore the limits of reality


When we stumbled across Kelia Anne MacCluskey’s photographs, we were hooked by her intuitive approach to soft lighting coupled tightly with a throwback aesthetic.

Byron’s new illustrated website features Alec Doherty, Andrew Rae and Alice Bowsher


Clubhouse Studios has redesigned burger chain Byron’s website with a strong focus on illustration, including work by Alec Doherty, Andrew Rae and Alice Bowsher.

Design Indaba 2017: meet ten keynote speakers


For the fourth consecutive year, It’s Nice That has media partnered with Design Indaba. We will be delivering news, highlights, interviews and reaction direct from each day of the three-day conference from Cape Town.

Gabriella Boyd’s paintings capture fleeting moments of intimacy


London-based artist Gabriella Boyd mainly works with oil paints on canvas and often creates imagined locations using only colour and line as her guidance.

Friday Mixtape: Because Music's Jane Third creates a lo-fi electronic mix


Looking through the roster of Paris/London record label, Because, is like unearthing hidden gems from your past on top of a wealth of hits.

Magic Party Place: CJ Clarke photographs Basildon, Essex over ten years


Basildon, located 25 miles east of London in Essex is a town compromised of a white working class community.

Diane Fox distorts the “illusion of the diorama” with beguiling images of museum exhibits


Photographer and senior lecturer at the University of Tennessee Diane Fox addresses our objectification of nature and aims to “distort the illusion of the diorama” in her series UnNatural History, where she’s captured exhibition displays in over 27 museums and galleries.

Design Indaba 2017: meet ten keynote speakers


For the fourth consecutive year, It’s Nice That has media partnered with Design Indaba. We will be delivering news, highlights, interviews and reaction direct from each day of the three-day conference from Cape Town.

Apple to open its Norman Foster-designed campus in April


Apple has announced that its 5 million-square-feet campus in the Santa Clara Valley, California will open to 12,000 employees this April.

John Akomfrah’s film on migration explores “what it means to be human in the world today”


When John Akomfrah was announced as this year’s winner of Artes Mundi, the UK’s leading prize for international contemporary art, it struck a chord across the art world.

"It's not overly-shiny ‘render porn’ — it's got soul": Margot Bowman on her new film for River Island


Artist Margot Bowman returns to our screens, this time dipping her toes into film directing. Read more

United Visual Artists sheds light on its work in new film directed by Ryan Hopkinson


In a new film directed by Ryan Hopkinson, Matt Clark, co-founder of United Visual Artists (UVA) takes viewers through some key works by the design group.

Women Who teams up with illustrator Kelly Anna for International Women's Day event

Women Who is joining forces with artist and print designer Kelly Anna for an International Women’s Day event.

Raymond Pettibon and Marcel Dzama publish new zine, Illegitimate President


Artists Raymond Pettibon and Marcel Dzama have collaborated on a new limited-edition zine named Illegitimate President.

Vogue interior photographer François Halard’s personal polaroids


François Halard has photographed the most unimaginable interiors. The photographer has worked for Vogue and countless interior magazines documenting stately homes and the houses of his celebrity friends from David Hockney to Cy Twombly.

Nora Sturges’ clean and simple paintings using the unusual medium of eggs


Baltimore-based artist Nora Sturges works with a very unusual paint medium for her pieces, eggs. For her smaller paintings the artist uses a technique called egg tempera, on medium density fibreboard in order to “get a very smooth surface,” she tells It’s Nice That.


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