'Ruin his Knight, pawn star!'
Exploiting backpackers under the sun
Subverting feminism with pink tulle
Amna’s story: Fleeing Iraq
News, Politics & Tech
We examine the implications of Brexit for British citizens currently living in Europe.
We meet the people behind Justice 4 Grenfell to find out why they have chosen to generate their own news content for their campaign.
Could contactless technology be the future for solving the growing homeless problem in the capital?
Artefact explores the growing issue of free speech on campus.
Looking into the increasingly tense climate of the Brexit deal through the eyes of passionate Leave and Remain protesters.
Director of Islington Law Centre resigns raising concerns of an unchanging ‘poverty trap’.
We talk to the CEO of the new W Series about the new women-only motorsports championship.
Artefact speaks to Pratik Ghosh, founder of Justori, an app designed for storytelling and listening.
Life & Style
Online Influencers: Do they love the product or do they love the rewards they get for promoting it to you?
We hear from a former Muslin about why he transitioned out Islam despite the risk of death and rejection from his friends, family and community.
Imagine losing your friends, family or community. Former Christians tell Artefact their shocking experiences of questioning the existence of God.
A brief travel guide of Florida, from must-see sights to must-eat bites!
We travel to Madrid to explore the best places to visit while in Spain’s capital city.
We talk to a professional footballer and the director of Future You give advice on what you should be eating for your body.
As army recruitment rises after a new publicity campaign, we looking at the reality of life for the solders wives.
Only 18.5% of chefs in the UK are women, but why?
We find out about a new safe space for women in the creative arts industry; free from sexism or derogatory remarks.
Has the film and the TV industry lost its creativity over the last decade? Or are reboot and remake just really popular?
A look into what UAL student’s are up to a year after their graduation.
Why are we so obsessed with brutal murders, and why do we have ‘favourite’ serial killers?
Toxic Masculinity is stereotyped to be a problem with builders, so Artefact headed to a building site to speak on the issue.
Hannah Weiland previews her 2019 Autumn Winter collection at London Fashion Week February 2019
Modified Girls looks at the all female modified car community and how they have earned their respect in a male dominated world.
Artefact explores the understanding of an Identity crisis between two nations from a first person’s point of view.
When trees take more than 50 years to mature, could hemp plants that grown in 100 days be our saving grace?
As awareness grows of the environmental damage, we ask what is the beauty industry doing to tackle the plastic issue?
The dairy industry is deemed harmful to the environment, but are the alternatives as harmless as they seem?
Reservations are thought to be safe environments for animals, but are we now seeing downsides to this approach?
Entertainment & Music
We speak to a queer music collective who are vocalising life identifying LGBTQ.
These inner-city music festivals lack trash, have a quality line up and a low-key reputation so you can avoid all the sweaty queues this summer
Were you Team Jacob or Team Edward?
Artefact meets Bill Ryder Jones and talks to him about his music and his new album.
A+ Cities: Special edition
Chinese students on the complex reality of life in London
How Barcelona’s charities are giving the city’s homeless women a new lease of life
New York’s homelessness problem has its roots in the American welfare system
Systemic barriers make integration a struggle for Toronto’s economic migrants
Restrictive audition processes at some of the UK’s top drama schools highlight elitism in British acting
By Melissa Johnson In London, it’s that time of the night. Even in a city that never sleeps there is a loophole time when young explorers can camouflage themselves within the
Two students’ secret relationship exposes their home country’s conservative attitudes towards homosexuality
Are Ecuador’s indigenous cultural traditions being lost to tourism and modernity?