All posts tagged japan

Appreciating Street Art…

Around London, everybody seems to walk with a purpose; they never stop to fully survey or appreciate their surroundings. We have become immune to the subtle art that London has […]

Diversity in Fashion

For the March issue of American Vogue, the internationally renowned magazine decided to focus on the idea of Diversity, a word that is becoming increasingly important in our current political […]

Silence Review – Martin Scorsese proves why he is the God of Modern American Cinema

Silence, Scorsese’s 24th feature film, starts in darkness. Ambience rises, the sounds of the Japanese countryside, with birds tweeting, wind breezing. And then cut. The title. Silence. This simple sequence […]

Reading Festival 2016 – Who To See

Little Simz Friday, BBC Radio 1 Xtra Stage Islington born Little Simz is going to be the next Kendrick Lamar. Songs ‘Wings’ and ‘Gratitude’ have the similar cinematic narrative-style as […]

Art Review: Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro Gallery

“The paintings are filled with an overflowing abundance of ideas that just keep bubbling up inside my mind.” —Yayoi Kusama A relentless production of work distinguishes the 87-year old Japanese […]

Japan Matsuri 2014

If I told you I spent my Saturday, sitting in Trafalgar square, watching giant and oddly cartoon animals dance around a stage to catchy dance music, what would your first […]