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Interview: Kepler’s Alexandra Hadjikyriacou & Jaimee Mc...

Back in 2016, Alexandra Hadjikyriacou and Jaimee Mckenna, both Textile and Knitwear graduates from Central Saint Martins, united to form the brand Kepler. The label takes inspiration from traditional methods of garment making and cultures from across the globe, amalgamating them to create a modern approach to constructing clothing. At once boldly sculptural and quietly…

Interview: Adam DeMartino & Andrew Carter, Co-Founders ...

Appearing at first glance like futuristic aquariums or contemporary art installations, mushroom growers Smallhold’s minifarms are transforming the supply chain, while offering customers a unique spectacle. Eerie blue lights, vivid and sculptural mushrooms in hues of coral, pink, and yellow come together to create a compelling effect. The mycelium fruiting blocks in which the mushrooms…

 

Exploring The 1970’s Extreme Aestheticisation Of The Bathroom

The 1970s heralded an era of joyously bold and seemingly incongruous design choices. An age best known for its earth-tone patterns, influenced by the burgeoning environmental movement, unrestrainedly decadent entertaining areas of marble, brass and fur, and busy textiles and wallpapers, the 70s marked the heyday of the concept bathroom. For those who could afford…

Tenderbooks Director Tamsin Clark’s Ultimate Quarantine Reading List

Located on the historic row of Victorian shop-fronts, Cecil Court, Tenderbooks provides a unique space for independent artist publications, contemporary poetry, niche magazines, and rare photography books, among other volumes. The site also hosts exhibitions and commissions limited editions, supporting artist projects and experimental publishing. While the shop, like all others, has been shuttered during…

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