LCC graduate Alex Dawber talks about his journey setting up street wear brand 4BYSIX
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In the mood for creative but inexpensive French food? Le Mercury Deuxieme is the place for you.
Majestic Disorder’s Sean Stillmaker lectures on niche magazine publishing.
Artefact sits down with CSM graduate Sam Oxby to discuss the Stop the War Coalition and her time working for Smirnoff.
Protests are staged at Westminster over delays to the Iraq inquiry’s publication.
Students gather outside University College London, in support of Ferguson Solidity Tour.
With the rise of white artists such as Macklemore and Iggy Azalea, is hip hop on the verge of cultural appropriation like so many other black music genres?
Fusing Neo Soul vocals with London raps over ’90s inspired production, Age of L.U.N.A. are a group to look out for in 2015.
Students from the University of the Arts London takeover the Victoria and Albert Museum with objects of disobedience.
Discover the best live music bars across London.
Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills to rescue his family once again. But has the franchise run its course?
Graffiti was once a rebellious youth culture, but in recent years a welcomed and admired ‘Street Art’ has taken its place. From Wild Style to the Banksy era, graffiti has gradually become ‘Street Art’.
J. Cole announces the release of his surprise new album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
Big K.R.I.T. takes listeners to another universe on his sophomore album Cadillactica.
Since 2012 there’s been an increase in the presence of black women on US television. Artefact discusses why British TV doesn’t seem to have yet followed suit.