What Does David Cameron Taste Like?
A different kind of political analysis comes courtesy of James Wannerton - a man with lexical-gustatory synesthesia.
Music Clip of the Week: Björk's Black Lake
Björk used her Vulcinura track Black Lake as the basis of a sound and video installation at the New York gallery.
Art Clip of the Week: William S. Burroughs' Shotgun Art
Burroughs' shotgun paintings are self explanatory, depictions of process somewhat comparable to his cut-up writing technique.
The Best of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
The extraordinary winning and shortlisted images of the world's largest photography competition provide a global wake-up call, as well as proof of the indomitable nature of the human spirit.
Art Links: Guerilla Girls Can't Find Gorilla Masks
What’s changed in the last three decades for feminist art activists Guerilla Girls?
Talking To Snöar Press About Small Scale Publishing
Whether you think the publishing industry is buoyed by e-books or that the future lies in ink and paper, contemporary small presses are at interesting stage of development...
Watch Artist Mark Mulroney Remake Terrible Record Covers
Mark Mulroney reworks some of his favourite records' sleeves to bring them up to par with the music contained inside then - it's a joy to behold, get involved.
We Went to See Sonia Delaunay's Retrospective at the Tate
Usually known as “the other Delaunay,” Sonia Delaunay has finally received her first, long overdue UK retrospective at the Tate Modern.
Django Django's “Reflections” Video is a Net Art Dream Made Real
Eva Papamargeriti and Natalia Stuyk have combined their not insubstantial talents to create this video for Scottish band Django Django.
Artist Greg Hilleard Wants a Word with London's Property Developers
Never has there been a more timely occasion to familiarise yourself with artist Gram Hilleard’s ‘Developers, Up Yours!’.
Watch James Jarvis' Trailer for "No More Negative Space"
If you can somehow make it to Toyko this month, HHH Gallery will present the exhibition “No More Negative Space” by James Jarvis from the weekend just gone, to May 31.
The Lines Are Drawn: Antoine Cosse
Today for our ongoing illustration series The Lines Are Drawn, we meet surrealist Parisian illustrator and cartoonist Antoine Cosse.