A silent minority no more
How those behind the scenes have been forgotten
Not so silent sufferers: Children in lockdown
Martina Martian: Lucky to capture it all
News, Politics & Tech
The imprisonment of singer Pablo Hasél sparks violent protests in Barcelona. Thousands of young people have taken to the streets to protest over freedom of expression.
We investigate the Metropolitan Police and their treatment of black people, 22 years after the McPherson report branded them as ‘institutionally racist’.
Media censorship is a rising issue in Turkey and Turkey accounts for one third of all-journalists imprisoned around the world.
In Turkey, 42% of women aged 15 to 60 have been a victim of some sort of physical or sexual violence by their husbands or partners.
Students are facing hard times in lockdown, especially those whose ‘A’ levels and university choices are being affected by changes in exam policies.
We talk to Jamie Campbell, founder of the latest service in the renting world: Fronted. They pay your deposit for you, but is there a catch?
Amid the pandemic, refugees and asylum seekers continue to seek their rights, but at what cost and for how much longer?
We talk to education experts to find out how the UK education system treats working class students, and whether it is still fit for purpose.
Life & Style
Could the glimmer of hope for Facebook lie within groups created to share hair product recommendations? For me, it might.
We explore the effects of lockdown restrictions on pre-school children, their social development skills, and the need for interaction.
The pandemic has been tough, but a new study says those with an eating disorder are most vulnerable to the complexities and limitations of lockdowns.
The roll out of vaccination has begun, why are we seeing such low uptake in some ethnic, and socio-economic communities?
The second part of the sleep series, we discuss all things dreams, nightmares, lucid dreaming and sleepy paralysis.
The first part of a two part series diving in to the study of sleep. We discuss the different sleep methods, and access my personal sleeping habits.
The battle with women’s health in the medical world, and one Instagram influencer who helps in finding alternative ways of healing.
TheQueerKiwi gives Artefact an insight into her YouTube success and how she developed videos dealing with mental health and sexuality.
The unfinished Sagrada Familia has become known for tourism, crowds, kitsch souvenirs and paella restaurants. Its completion threatens the homes of hundreds of residents.
How one designer went from printing jeans in his south London flat to having his work seen across the world during a global pandemic.
South London creatives talk us through their projects and what it means to be a creative and visual media agency.
We examine what’s driving the nostalgia among Millennials and Generation Z for 90s fashion and pop culture.
The musical emerged from musical fans being creative on TikTok and Artefact was watching unfold it from the beginning.
What is it like navigating the male fashion industry, and is there added pressure on men to spend more money on their wardrobe than women?
We meet the photographers who say they have ‘found a new stable rhythm’ in the aftermath of the March 2020 lockdown.
How do national Lockdowns affect mental wellbeing of religious people, and how are places of worship adapting?
How sustainable coffee companies are looking to revolutionise the industry, but with drastically different methods to achieve sustainability.
Tired of throwing away wrapping paper at birthdays or Christmas because it can’t be recycled? Meet the new company that’s changing that.
The concept is simple. It’s just like nutritional information, except it provides food blogs and websites the carbon footprint of their recipes and allows them to display it.
How to make your beauty routine more sustainable and friendly for the planet.
Entertainment & Music
Artefact charts the career of rock band Sparks, who celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2021 with a new album, a musical film and a documentary.
Learn more about OFK ahead of the spring release of the interactive game as they talk about, inspirations, virtual groups and their 2020 Game Awards debut.
In the midst of a pandemic, life must go on and many are doing so by hosting virtual events and concerts.
Fittingly called ‘Punkband’, the band give some insight into how they are currently beginning to navigate the music industry
Opinions & Reviews
As many women come forward and highlight their unfair experience with the tabloid media, will we see an end to the unfair vilification of women in the media?
How did Netflix’ version of the Winx Saga end up so different from its original version? And can fans give the show a fair shot as a result?
From blow drying and using excessive heat, to keratin treatments, and even trying permanent techniques which damage the roots and leads to the hair growing back horribly damaged.
Amateur pornography is destroying our concept of sex. Why is it so important?
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
How urban exploring has become one of London’s most desired and appealing mainstream pop cultures.
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?