• So It Goes Issue Nş1
  • Posted 18 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 16388 Views
  • So It Goes creative agency have launched a biannual arts and culture journal that champions the original voices of today across seven chapters: The Actors, The Directors, The Artists, The Collection, The Musicians, The Places and The Writers. The debut issue features actress Felicity Jones (Brideshead Revisited, Like Crazy), an interview with influential director Paul Thomas Anderson (There Will Be Blood, The Master), insider knowledge of Palo Alto, Mumbai, and Berlin, a showcase of work by black-and-white photographer Boogie, and an article spilling all the details on what it's like being an assistant in Hollywood. Issue 1 is available to pick up now from our online store for £7.99 (approx. $12.50 USD).

    • Looks decent
    • Chris M Posted 18 months ago · 71 Reply
  • Inside Mike D's Brooklyn Townhouse
  • 18 months ago · culture · 43 Comments · 320666 Views
  • Mike Diamond - the founding member of the Beastie Boys - recently let The New York Times have a snoop around his spacious 3,200-square-foot Brooklyn townhouse, which he shares with his wife Tamra Davis and their two sons. The couple have now been living in the house for a year and...
  • Real-Time Trending Google Searches
  • 18 months ago · tech · 0 Comments · 8455 Views
  • Google have unveiled a mesmerising new visualisation of real-time trending searches (minus the NSFW ones). The release follows a series of charts for the most searched for people, placing, and things in more than 40 categories such as film, sport, and local. While the homepage displays...
  • Video: AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It
  • 18 months ago · music · 6 Comments · 10789 Views
  • British duo AlunaGeorge have released an alternative music video for their track "You Know You Like It" prior to its EP release on 28 July. Directed by Sammy Rawal, the new full-colour video features Aluna Francis and George...
  • Myspace Run $20 Million Campaign for Relaunch
  • 18 months ago · tech · 10 Comments · 11606 Views
  • Now that Myspace is back and open to the public once again, they're keen to make sure everyone knows about it by running a $20 million ad campaign that will span broadcast, radio and digital platforms. The campaign is the beginning...