To delve into the process behind curating ATW, we sat down with Nick Law and Alexa Meffe, the sector lead and senior partnerships manager respectively, of our creatives team.
With Ben Zerbo, Claire Milbrath, Grace Kao, Job Wouters, Meech Boakye, Romina Malta, Tynan Collins, Inessa Dobbelaere, Jordi Ng, Muddycap, Chinaza Agbor, Enikő Katalin Eged, Firpal Jawanda, Hayley Dawn Muir and Manyaku Mashilo.
Revisiting 2021's Artists To Watch with Anna Mills, Barbara Frankie Ryan, Yechan Jung, Nam Huynh and Oda Iselin.
Rachel Denti, Zenon Records’ Tim Larner, Will Richards AKA ILLWOOKIE and Adam Stewart, of Green Man Festival share their thoughts on deadlines.
Selim Bulut delves into the history of Christmas music.
As we reach peak greenwashing, Sophie Benson investigates the real meaning behind 'ethical consumption'.
Three creatives speak candidly, and anonymously, about pay in their industries.
Why collaboration works with Holly St Clair, Martina Martian, María Medem, Poppy Crew, Miles Tewson and Kris Andrew Small.
All things typography with Rachel Denti, Cihan Tamti, Tré Seals, Ricardo Ferraro and the teams behind Blaze Type and Swiss Typefaces.
We’re celebrating the long-awaited return of nightlife with two live shows for Parallel.
We’ve celebrating a £5 million milestone in payouts to our creators.
We’re on the lookout for a creator who wants to design their first T-shirt with us for one of our milestone collections.
We caught up with some of the designers and musicians behind Music In Exile’s campaign.
We share more about our actions and aspirations for the people and culture of Everpress.
Getting to revisit some of our design highlights for 2020’s inaugural Re-Press collection was a joy, so we couldn’t wait to do it again for this Spring iteration.
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.