6/8 KAFE in Birmingham hosts a new exhibition by one of our favourite illustrators, Birmingham based artist Kristian Jones. The mini exhibition explores the frailty of childhood in a modern world obsessed with fast food.
After the success of their Met Office collaboration get subscribers on youtube buy twitter followers buy real twitter followers, rapidly expanding eco-fashionistas Rapanui Clothing are launched a new product collection this month. Rapanui’s current clothing range is produced using eco-textiles at factories powered by wind and solar energy, with the organisation aiming to churn out casual wear that matches the latest trends, yet is ethically produced from sustainable materials. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
With petrol prices and car insurance premiums forever rising in cost and 2012 just over the horizon, there’s a big chance that many road users will be handing in the keys and entering the New Year on a saddle. And luckily for us heritage cycle-makers Raleigh have already got the wheels rolling with the introduction of a brand new range of vintage-style bikes. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
Three hundred and three thousand art lovers took time to visit the acclaimed exhibition ‘Joan Miro: The Ladder of Escape‘ at the Tate Modern this year. But now you have a chance to see that exhibition in Barcelona, Catalonia, the Eastern coastal region of Spain where Miro lived, and loved. Where he convalesced from a dark depression and rallied against dictator Francisco Franco during and after the Spanish Civil War. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
John Myers first major exhibition at Ikon Gallery unveils his extensive wealth of work spanning more than five decades. The showcase includes photographs from the late 1960’s early 1970’s along with portraits of individuals and families within Stourbridge and the Black Country. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >