From displays of extraordinary animal behaviour to unexpected views of nature, the hunt is on for the planet’s best wildlife images for the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
There’s a certain type of poetry when beautiful form matches excellent performance, and it becomes even more special when it’s wrapped up in an engineering feat of teak over an iron frame and miles of rigging. The Cutty Sark was designed to be fast, and to carry tea. And to see it now there’s an ...
The sun is setting on the calm rugged face of action hero Jean-Claude Van Damme, and his measured voice-over mentions craft, perfection, engineering and physics.
Following sell-out performances in Israel, award-winning choreographer, Yael Flexer is back in the UK with digital artist Nic Sandiland.
It’s amazing where a conviction and sense of purpose can get you – even if you’re going in completely the wrong direction!
Creatives are always after the next innovation that will enhance their creativity vision, which in turn inspires them to look for the next innovation – it’s a kind of chicken and egg situation. But sometimes it’s just chicken.
Hayden Smith is a copywriter, poet and author, who’s currently working on lifestyle magazine CHAZ Who are you and what do you do? I’m Hayden Smith, I’m a copywriter, poet, and author. Why do you do what you do? I write because I love it. I mean truly, deeply love it. It’s provided me with ...
We all have our own way of interacting with art, and Lisa Watts has turned that interaction into an art form in itself.
The story of a schoolteacher engaged in a timeless battle of good against evil – no, we’re not talking about Educating Yorkshire, but the new series Sleepy Hollow.
As far as new technology goes, it’s always useful to see it in action. And that’s exactly what Zoe Salmon and Matt Edmondson have done in the O2 challenges as they demonstrated O2′s fab new app TU Go. They were also spreading a bit of good at the same time.
How quickly that childhood creativity and curiosity fades into the grey grind of daily existence.
Fun, funny, irreverent and saucy is just the way opera should be, which is why Die Fledermaus has had such lasting appeal, and why its the ideal time to breath new debauched life into this classic.
Cameras on mobile phones must have seemed a crazy idea when the first person suggested it in one of those meetings round a clipboard.
Pop the corn, raise the curtains and step back – the home cinema experience has become very special indeed.
A homage to hard-edged heritage will be revealed in Devon-based emerging British artist Edward Crumpton‘s first solo exhibition The Mariners Way at Devon’s White Moose art space.
There’s a long tradition of actors at Le Mans, and heart throb Patrick Dempsey (him from Grey’s Anatomy) seems the real deal – especially when it comes down to preparation. Patrick and his other Porsche Motorsport team mates have taken getting ready for the world’s most famous 24-hour endurance motor race to the extreme at ...
Step into the world of music video making through game play with Swiss Lips by Carolyn.
Part social experiment, part reality TV show and part ad campaign, Dropped aims to create legends out of ordinary people put into extraordinary situations.
One of National Museum Cardiff’s main art exhibitions in 2013 will reveal new, unseen work by Sir Peter Blake – one of the best-known and most popular artists working in Britain today. Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is delighted to announce a brand new exhibition – Llareggub: Peter Blake illustrates Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk ...
Albert Irvin is a prolific artist, well known for his exuberant, colourful paintings and prints. Born on the 21st August 1922, he celebrated his 90th birthday in 2012, and was awarded an honorary Fellowship by Plymouth College of Art in the same year.