Interview: Princess Gollum, Instagram Muse, Model & DJ

Josephine Lee, better known online as Princess Gollum, has become known for her early noughties metalcore meets industrial goth aesthetic, subversive imagery and experimental make-up looks. Her Instagram feed, garnering 109k followers to date, remains a continuous source of inspiration for her followers and the industry alike. Lee’s pervasive web presence has led to collaborations…

Interview: Photographer & LOWLOW NYC Designer Vivian Loh

NYC-based creative Vivian Loh has garnered a loyal following for her self-styled and shot Instagram feed. Alongside her striking and idiosyncratic self-portraits, Loh creates images of her friends and surroundings, as well as brand content, having worked with names including Milk Makeup, Chromat, Poppy Lissiman and Refinery29, among others. Back in 2016, she founded streetwear…

Interview: Accessories Designer Sarah Law On Her Label KARA

Designer Sarah Law launched her New York-based bags and accessories label KARA back in 2013. Her distinctive pieces are thoughtfully conceived, created from materials including leather, plastic, cotton, and more recently, laminated $2 bills. Born in Hong Kong and raised in California, Law’s label brings together diverse influences, championing a mantra of self-definition. Law’s studio,…

Interview: In The Studio With Artist Tschabalala Self

American artist Tschabalala Self’s expressive and dynamic works, which include painting, print, collage and sculpture, depict diverse human figures, and more recently, their surroundings. The fluidity of movement and exaggerated form of her images are quick to capture the attention of viewers and elicit a vivid response. Primarily concerned with the Black female body within…

Interview: In The Studio With Architects Casper Mueller Kneer

Casper Mueller Kneer Architects was established in 2010 by Jens Casper, Marianne Mueller and Olaf Kneer, when the trio merged their London and Berlin practices. Since then the studio has developed a particular reputation for producing spaces for the arts, culture and fashion, with a distinctly materials-led focus. Recent projects include the critically acclaimed gallery…

Interview: In The Studio With Artist George Henry Longly

In his on-going series of tablet works, London-based artist George Henry Longly embeds ready-made objects into marble slabs, simultaneously reflecting on our fascination with lifestyle, as well as the implications of creative labour. Earlier this year, Longly exhibited at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, offering a contemporary perspective on historical Japanese objects, with an installation that…

Interview: Liat Rosenthal, Tate Lates Curator

Hosted at the Tate Modern, Uniqlo Tate Lates is a series of special nights held on the last Friday of every month, offering an opportunity to see the latest exhibitions and displays, hear music from up-and-coming talents, watch rarely-seen artists’ films, and join in with interactive events. Among those regularly involved, London’s NTS Radio programme…

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