Browsing All posts tagged under »arts«

The Doors Of Perception

April 23, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘T’ ‘The doors of perception’ is a phrase close to my heart. For one thing, the phrase inspired the name of one of my favourite bands of all time ‘The Doors’. Drugs, dreams and the unconscious are three things I believe to be closely integrated with one another and […]

Prepare For A Scare In Leeds

April 18, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘P’ Dominic Brunt and Mark Charnock, AKA Emmerdale’s Paddy and Marlon, bring you the sixth Leeds Zombie Film Festival this weekend. This Sunday (21st April) you can join other zombie lovers (and Paddy and Marlon from Emmerdale!) at the Cottage Road Cinema, Headingley for a zombie film marathon. Dominic and […]

Now At Leeds Gallery – The Feast

April 16, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘N’ The Feast, an exhibition that aims at smashing the concept that artists only work in 2-dimensions, is showing at Leeds Gallery until Friday 26th April. The Feast attempts to take you into the mind of the artist, allowing you to see what they see. Thus the concept behind […]

Milan – A Furniture Obsession

April 15, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘M’ Last Sunday the 52nd annual Salone del Mobile came to a close after a successful 6 day celebration of the very best in furniture style. This year saw more fashion brands having a go at cracking the furniture market, with designs from Hermes, Armani and Lois Vuitton all […]

David Bowie At The V&A Museum

March 21, 2013


This year David Bowie’s musical comeback saw him claim the number 1 single and, earlier this week, the number 1 album. The singer’s first album in a decade is the fastest-selling of the year so far. I think it’s fair to say the comeback couldn’t have gone any better for the 66-year-old legend. More good […]

ROME – A Travel Review

February 19, 2013


ROME – A Travel Review  A Not-So-Typical European City So last week I went to Rome, and boy do I have serious neck strain. Yes, marvelling at the size and magnificence of the buildings of Rome does have its dangers; evidently, safety precautions should be taken for anyone visiting this city for the first time. The […]

The Free Range Apocalypse

January 21, 2013


A new cartoon for all those obsessed with free range meat. Perhaps this is our not too distant future? Tim finds Dawn’s obsession with free range meat annoying to say the least. But when Dawn refuses to eat the dinner Tim has thoughtfully prepared for her they argue louder than ever before. With both Tim […]