Earlier this year, in February, we covered art marketplace ArtFinder’s report that highlighted the gender inequality of the high end art world. Today (30 November), ArtFinder has published another report, revealing that UK artists are getting poorer with 82% now earning less than £10,000 a year.
For the fifth year running, The Art of Ping Pong has asked 27 artists to customise a ping pong bat to be auctioned for charity. This year’s charity is Trekstock, which provides social and practical support for people with cancer in their 20s and 30s across the UK.
At this dismal time of year, sparkle is essential – a statement that the runways of A/W17 proved with aplomb. The addition of a sequin, diamanté embellishment or crystal accessory can inject a ray of light into your wardrobe, when such rays are in short supply.
It is also vital to approach this dazzling trend with a sense of the avant-garde. Sure, gung-ho Vegas showgirl glamour is a sartorial joy, but wearing sparkle with an edge proves far more arresting. Here,…
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past five years, eating beetles for protein and washing in a muddy stream, you’ve no doubt noticed that menswear, as we know it, has undergone a transformation on a pretty fundamental…
In case you missed out on purchasing the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Beluga 2.0” this past weekend, you’ll have another chance to acquire the sought-after pair once more.
According to an adidas source, a plethora of orders were cancelled due to being placed by a significant number of bots. Other reliable sources like Yeezy Mafia have also confirmed its rerelease, which will occur tomorrow, November 30 at adidas.com and YEEZY.supply.
In other sneaker news, Champs and adidas Originals link up on an exclusive “Maroon” pack just in time for the holidays.
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In the city of Bergamo, Italy a carousel recently caught fire and the scene looked utterly apocalyptic. A reddit user, fittingly called Satan_is_my_Username, uploaded the photo that one of his friends took and shared with him.