We caught up with DEYA Brewery, Carbo Wines and Stuffed about our new Local Business shop collection. They shared their thoughts on everything from launching a business in lockdown, to how merch can be a lifeline, to why small businesses are so important.
Broadcast out of Ramallah, Bethlehem and Amman, Radio Alhara is a space for connection, bringing a Middle Eastern sensibility to a global audience. Founded by Elias Anastas and his brother Yousef, along with Yazan Khalili, Saeed Jaber and Mothanna Hussein, though the online station only launched in March last year, it’s already amassed a cult following for its kaleidoscopic curation and esoteric approach.
Our search for more sustainable packaging Offering a sustainable alternative to mainstream fashion and retail systems has been one of our biggest priorities since we launched back in 2016. Last year we stepped up our commitment too, outlining a rigorous five year roadmap that will see us become climate and water positive by 2025.
Only three years since it launched, DimSum Records has quickly made a name for itself on the UKG scene and beyond. Drawing on founder Lennox Kwan’s Hong Kong heritage, as well as a kaleidoscopic range of references, the label has built up a following for its chaotic, versatile visuals as much for the music it puts out. To mark their third anniversary, and the release of their International Dumplings T-shirt, we caught up with Lennox to chat how DimSum got its name, why collaboration is important and the value of digging.
The artists to look out for in 2021. Even without a pandemic, January is never the easiest month. What’s getting us through though, is thinking about what we’ve got to look forward to, and get excited about, in the year ahead. Having compiled a list of the artists on our radar for last year, we’re revisiting who we're watching for 2021.
For Dohee Kwon, travel and music are the driving inspirations for all her work. Currently based in Seoul, Korea the up-and-coming illustrator is hyper-fluid in her medium, with her work appearing on zines, mirrors, tour posters, T-shirts, and even Vans shoes.
An update for the Everpress community on the impact of Brexit & Covid-19 on deliveries and customs charges.
Rio Sipos, aka i am baby king, is as well known for their distinctive hand poke tattoos as they are for cofounding queer Berlin tattoo collective Fantasy along with six of their friends. Made up of Rio, Yeda, Rozita, Anny, Theo, Coco, and Aron, Fantasy was born out of the crew’s dissatisfaction with Berlin’s conventional tattoo studios.
The Everpress community put their Diversity & Inclusion questions to Hustle Crew.
Brindha Kumar & Ross Aitken reflect on how they’ve managed a year of lockdowns, restrictions and change.
It’s fair to say that 2020 didn’t turn out how anybody expected it. As December draws in we look back on the designs that emerged in an unprecedented year that saw a global pandemic, as well as political reckonings around the world too.
To mark the WAVLNGTH collection, we spoke to Aneesha and Lovedeep, who also worked on the project, about the WAVLNGTH mission, the Indian music scene, and collaborating with like-minded people.
To close off our series we speak to Dean George, whose output spans creative direction, film direction and photography, with a client list that includes Nike, Adidas, Stone Island, Matches Fashion and Puma.
Overlooked narratives and the mundane are key themes running through Olivia’s work, and this aesthetic extends to her wider approach too. She’s determined to make the arts heritage institutions and arts education more accessible and representative of their local communities. Here she shares her insights on everything from starting out as a creative, to building confidence, to the value of peer feedback.
"On days where my animations are being screened, people tend to address me as animation director. Other days, I am an illustrator, and even rarer days some call me a musician.” Here he shares his insights on everything from finding your audience, to managing burnout, to having a backup plan.
Bold and inventive, Roshan Ramesh's work is heavily inspired by Hindu iconography, vintage gothic and tribal visual styles and queer narratives. Here they share their insights on everything from valuing your work, to bouncing back from rejection, to staying sane on social media.
A few months ago we made a commitment to accountability in the short and long term, and to building a new, better working culture for all our staff and community from the ground up. To help hold us to account, we launched our dynamic Diversity & Inclusion roadmap, laying out tangible goals and how we plan to meet them.
Launched last week, Re-Press is all about revisiting some Everpress highlights of the past year. A collection of nearly 50 designs, we’ve loved being able to go back and revisit some of our favourite campaigns of 2020 so far.
Acclaimed Notting Hill Carnival costume designer Clary Salandy shares her insights into the history of carnival, the role of costumes, and the importance of the online celebration.
Mikey Dread, one half of legendary sound system Channel One, shares his insights into what it takes to run a sound system, the silver linings of 2020’s online celebration and what Notting Hill Carnival means to him.
Ahead of Notting Hill Carnival’s first ever online celebration, we caught up with Riaz Phillips to chat the role of food in communities, what Carnival means to him, and keeping the Carnival spirit alive.
Photographer Ian Watts has been documenting Notting Hill Carnival since the '70s. We caught up with him for his insights into his own beginnings with Notting Hill Carnival, the difficulties of carnival’s media portrayal, and what the celebration means to him.