The past is now the present: the prominence of nostalgia

The past is now the present: the prominence of nostalgia

Nostalgia is the trend of the 2020s. The influence of Y2K can mainly be seen in arenas like beauty and fashion to industries like technology – its expansive reach. A quick scroll

Lahore based art exhibit explores new ideas through old printmaking process

Lahore based art exhibit explores new ideas through old printmaking process

In our bustling world of visuals, printmaking serves as an origin story and sacred practice. 15th-century printmaking transfers images from a matrix onto a surface like fabric or paper through woodcutting, etching,

Love and life on film: Meet @FilmAbdi

Love and life on film: Meet @FilmAbdi

@FilmAbdi’s work explores what it means to connect freely with oneself and others. Like many, he started pretty casually. He documented the mundane and the special – hanging out with his friends or

RYE LANE: A rom-com for the ages

RYE LANE: A rom-com for the ages

A rom-com for ages, Rye Lane comes from the brilliant minds of writers Nathan Bryon and Tom Melia and director Raine Allen-Miller. Judging from the trailer alone, South London has never looked so playful and vibrant!  Rye Lane

BBC Audio Opportunity for young creatives in sound

BBC Audio Opportunity for young creatives in sound

BBC Sounds Audio Lab is back and searching for the next generation of audio creators. With the rising popularity of podcasts, Audio Lab is a timely initiative for aspiring podcasts. The project

ARSENAL football team has a new exhibition

ARSENAL football team has a new exhibition

In an unsuspecting location in the middle of Islington, a red light illuminates down a side street, paving the way for artistic brilliance. Arsenal F.C.’s long legacy of being at the helm

Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globes speech highlights the challenges of aging in Hollywood

Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globes speech highlights the challenges of aging in Hollywood

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ stormed cinemas worldwide in 2022 with its genre-bending approach and chaotic style behind a profound yet simple, philosophical message.  Over six months after its release, viewers still

Building A Borderless World and Brand with Kanika Karvinkop

Building A Borderless World and Brand with Kanika Karvinkop

With a frooti juice box in one hand and a mock neck sweater that you know is vintage, Kanika Karvinkop was the absolute picture of excellent meets nostalgia—just like her brand, No Borders.

Exploring Mental Health and Belonging as themes in Film this January

Exploring Mental Health and Belonging as themes in Film this January

A chance to shine a light on topics otherwise left under the radar on public platforms; independent short films I Need To Talk To God (Elisha Tawe, 2023), Weirdo (3D, 2023), and Nexus (Chris Godwin, 2022) premiere this

REDEYE: a monthly dose of eclectic films and creative conversation

REDEYE: a monthly dose of eclectic films and creative conversation

REDEYE is where you go for a monthly dose of eclectic non-western focused films. Unlike your local Cinema, our screening nights hit different. We will refresh your creative palette with films from

GGI is the rave for London’s Queer East and Southeast Asian community

GGI is the rave for London’s Queer East and Southeast Asian community

Clubbing has historically represented an avenue of solace and community for queer people, a space lacking judgment or censorship, where they’ve indulged in their raw liberated selves. However, for people of color

Nando’s launches its first ever student discount 

Nando’s launches its first ever student discount 

Nando’s has launched its first-ever student discount, available from the 9th of January. Right in time for the January mocks, the discount will be available at any Nando’s restaurant across the UK