We love Citroen’s new super cute off-roader My Ami Buggy its a fun, practical and environmentally-friendly car. My Ami Buggy… Read More
Despite being a small brand, AIR PANGEA has some very big goals – namely to encourage the fashion industry to… Read More
One of the worlds most well known and influential image-makers Rankin is turning his lens on food waste as COP26… Read More
Award-winning artist collective Still/Moving and Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative (CDPI) will transform Govan’s A-listed Graving Docks for the duration of… Read More
The Royal College of Art, the world’s leading university of art and design, will take part in the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), Glasgow, to raise awareness of its leading work in creating sustainable design solutions for the future.
Living Nature: A three-day event series that explores the future of human relationships with nature through a lens of art, science & Indigenous wisdom.
Taking place a week before the international COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, Living Nature will bring together an inspiring programme… Read More
Japanese company ICOMA has unveiled a foldable electric motorcycle called ‘Tatamel bike’ which is ideal for getting around the city or commuting… Read More
These days riding a moped is becoming more and more popular. Residents of large cities change to electric mopeds choosing… Read More
The Royal College of Art (RCA) and Extreme E, the off-road electric motorsport series, today announced a partnership that will… Read More
Many artists are deeply engaged with environmental themes, Alexander James Hamilton however is exceptional in the depth of his commitment.
Design Museum to host an exhibition showing what design can do to tackle the critical problem of waste.
To coincide with the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), the Design Museum will host an exhibition showing what design can… Read More
Patagonia and circular fashion and textile technology group Infinited Fiber Company sign a multiyear sales agreement
Outdoor apparel company Patagonia and circular fashion and textile technology group Infinited Fiber Company have signed a multiyear sales agreement for Infinited Fiber Company’s unique, premium-quality regenerated textile fiber Infinna™, which is created out of textile waste.
ClampArt (247 W 29th St.) presents Soft Powers, a new exhibition of photographs by Joseph Desler Costa, exploring the ability to attract and co-opt through popular media, algorithms, and advertising campaigns.
During the last year, we’ve all been challenged to find creative approaches to turmoil. Whether in the artist community, as… Read More
Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
Through a frenzy of colours and symbols that are chiselled, burnt and painted onto panels of wood, Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
The solo exhibition ‘The Concept of History’ links Kennard’s work to the political thinking of Hannah Arendt through their shared belief that history is a construct managed and controlled by those in power.
Derelict 51,000 sq ft Fulham Town Hall to be given new lease of life with major post-lockdown art celebration: Art in the Age of Now.
Fulham Town Hall a 51,000 sq ft Victorian space in West London, empty for over ten years, will be open to the public this May once the current lockdown is eased. Overseen by curator Ben Moore
The Litten Trees are eight gifts to local communities around the UK: temporary light sculptures in everyday public settings that… Read More