• Paris in Colour (1914)
  • Posted 25 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 16439 Views
  • Everyone has a romantic vision of Paris at the turn of the 20th century, but now, thanks to a series of colour photographs taken back in 1914, we can have a realistic look at what life was like. Uncovered by Retronaut, the photographs document the end of the Belle Époque period and feature the original Moulin Rouge (made famous worldwide by the Baz Luhrmann film of the same name) as well as images of regular day-to-day life.

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    • Love Paris
    • Tom Posted 25 months ago · 27 Reply
    • Looks like Disney land!
    • Anna Posted 25 months ago · 19 Reply
    • Wonderful
    • Jack Posted 25 months ago · 14 Reply
  • Video: Musical Corner Shop with Red Stripe
  • 25 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 9470 Views
  • As part of a new campaign, Red Stripe transformed a local Dalston corner store into one giant all-singing, all-dancing musical instrument. Directed by award-winning director Greg Brunkalla, with instruments by creative technologists...
  • Video: This Is Dylan
  • 25 months ago · culture · 8 Comments · 8053 Views
  • The fifth instalment in Desillusion's video series focuses on Californian skateboarder Dylan Rieder, who at just 24-years-old has already marked his place in the industry's history. With a great style and a fast pace, Rieder was awarded Skateboard Magazine's 2006 best amateur award...
  • Sense Enhancing Cutlery by Jinhyun Jeon
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 3 Comments · 7407 Views
  • When it comes to cutlery, most of us think the designs are pretty perfect already, functioning exactly as you would want at meal time, but Jinhyun Jeon felt there was some room for improvement. After graduating from the Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands, Jeon set about...
  • The Travel Almanac Issue Nº4
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 7128 Views
  • Continuing to produce compelling, enduring content, The Travel Almanac have released issue four of their A5 publication, featuring contributions from and conversations with Harmony Korine, Heinz Emigholz, Kalup Linzy, Lynn Davis, Rudy Wurlitzer, and Walter van Beirendonck. The remaining...