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.
Design studio Humana's 'Future Print Club' project aims to focus the power of collaboration on building a better future. We caught up with him to chat design ethos, collaboration, and why T-shirts were the best medium for their message.
Illustrator Kyle Platts tells us how the profits from his Everpress custom T-shirt pre-order campaigns have help him do what he does best.
Content creator David Vujanić tells us how the profits from his Everpress custom T-shirt pre-order campaigns have help him do what he does best.
Promoter and musician Murkage Dave tells us how the profits from his Everpress custom T-shirt pre-order campaigns have help him do what he does best.
Our Community Focus series sees us speak to four different members of our community to better understand how their campaign profits can help support what they do. This time, illustrator Joey Yu discusses how she makes Everpress work for her.
Our How To series has seen us look at getting your first commission, handling creative compromise and working from home. This time round, María Medem, Noah Baker, and Nicholas Law tell us how they manage their money.
We spoke to Medium's brand designer, and a key part of the publishing platform's brand design team, Noah Baker for his insights into working with art directors.
Starting out as a radio show nearly a decade ago, No Bad Days has blossomed organically into a series of parties and a record label – plus they sell T-shirts too.
Ahead of our 50/50 project, we hit up Cattytay and Daniel Baragwanath to talk about their working relationship, visibility, and the most pressing challenges facing creatives today.
Sometimes the best way to spotlight a cause is to use an unlikely approach... enter the light, often humorous touch of Jean Jullien.
Ahead of our 50/50 project, we hit up Baadnews to talk about the relationship between design and music, visibility, and his creative process.
We headed to Stain Shade's (AKA James Brackenbury) recently to catch him at work, so we thought we’d pick his brains on launching a brand while we were at it.
Starting out as a Facebook group that evolved into, first an app, then a media platform, in every guise Trippin has served as a community for young creatives bonded by their love of travel. Ahead of our 50/50 project, we hit up with one third of the trio, Kesang, to talk about the journey to launching Trippin’, inclusivity, and visibility.
An interview with writer, creative strategist, and vintage tee connoisseur Chris Black.
Bosnia and Hercegowina born, Basel-based and raised digital native Ana Brankovic on learning by making mistakes, why her immediate surroundings inspire her, and the worst advice she's been given.
Teejerker has been on our radar for a while, so it was only a matter of time before founder Matt Sloane stepped into the hot seat to discuss merch, holy grail pieces and sustainability.
We chat with Grand Matter for insight into what agencies look for in artists, what drives their work, and what the role of the agency is today.
We caught up with Italian illustrator Emma Allegretti to explore what's driving her on her mission to erase ignorance around mental health, one work at a time.