Having kicked off with D*Face and Bradley Theodore Haig Club continues its collaborative releases by uniting with global artist and FAD friend Remi Rough for its latest partnership.
Art breathes life into hotels.
If you love making your own espresso at home, then you would most certainly need an espresso machine. But even coffee lovers are divided as to which is the best tool for home brewing as new products enter the market quite frequently.
From the earliest days of luggage labels, pasted on to the valises of those few people able to travel, or the cut and glue decoupage so beloved by Victorian scrapbookers, stickers have helped us to express the most interesting aspects of ourselves in a unique format.
Back to Basics is a new online shop producing natural handmade cosmetics in the city of Marseille.
Marseille has a long history of producing amazing soap and Back to Basics is one of the best places to find it.
Academy Class’s hugely successful Designers Fiesta, returns on September 15th with extensive programme of workshops and talks. Led by industry experts..
We like art, we like asking questions and we like partnering up with Canvas, the home of the UK art scene on Youtube. Today, after sculptor Helen Marten was awarded the annual Turner Prize, we’re taking on a tricky one. What’s the Turner Prize really for?…..
FAD caught up with the Global Brand Director at Winsor & Newton Ben Hovanessian, to ask him his thoughts on the resurgence of painting in contemporary art and Winsor & Newtons new ‘Masterclass series of tutorials’.
Great art, great bagels, great coffee. Mustafah Abdulazziz is an artist you’ll look forward to meeting over breakfast.
Mustafah Abdulazziz is interested in people. His work as a photographer focuses on the connection between water and humanity, with and in his daily life, there’s a similar focus on looking at the big picture.
100+ artworks show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.
Not just super flat, not just convertible from a laptop to a tablet but best of all, with a teeny hidden projector that means you can screen your conceptual video art piece whenever there’s a wall and a dimmer switch.
At this year’s edition you’ll find a fantastic mix of art, food and Bitcoin! We have twenty galleries featuring over 80 artists, along with installations including ‘The Art of Patron Cocktail Cantina’ and ‘ Renaissance is Now’ – a large scale Bitcoin inspired street scene focusing on the concepts of decay and change. Thats going to be pretty amazing. There will also be exclusive print releases and a great bar and food offering by Assemble London, all taking place within the highly charged but friendly atmosphere of Moniker Art Fair.
Contemporary dance and beautiful photography capture La Vie Magnifique in this prize winning short by new filmaker Andrew Cumming
It’s La Vie Magnifique indeed in this lovely short made by one of the winners of the Magnum / i-D / Xavier Dolan / Emerging filmmaker competition
#LABF 2015 Four Days of Books and cool art stuff
The Whitechapel Gallery to present the largest single, historical presentation of Arab art in the UK.
Continuing the Whitechapel Gallery’s programme to open up rarely seen art collections for everyone, Whitechapel bring you a series of four chronological displays from the Barjeel Art Foundation’s rich collection.
This solo show at START Art Fair will be the first time the Japanese digital artist collective has exhibited in the UK.
Flutter of Butterflies beyond Borders, teamLab’s installation at START Projects, will be a fully immersive environment. Within this all-encompassing environment there will be three individual works:
The London Open 2015 goes on show 83 years after the Whitechapel Gallery’s first open submission exhibition in 1932.