Colours caught on fire and conceptually fierce – Ralph Ziman’s photographic series GHOSTS deals with the international arms trade and Africa, a trade that for the most part only goes in one direction: into Africa; and one that not only fuels, but also sustains conflict across the continent.
To F*ck is to Love Again
Between 1962 and 1965, Ed Sanders—Beat poet, Fugs band member, and owner of New York's East Village Peace Eye Bookshop—published 13 issues of the mimeographed journal / art zine called Fuck You / A Magazine of the Arts. Warhol, Burroughs, and Ginsberg were among the many contributors to this gritty Sixties zine... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5nyjgEIcu8 Join in …
Interview with Malcolm Mc Neill: Raider of the Lost Art
Thank you to my dear friend and fierce creative Malcolm Mc Neill to whom I am forever grateful for sharing such a powerful story, encouraging me to challenge perceptions and raise the hard questions What follows is the original text from the interview/feature in 2012.-- originally published in one small seed magazine, circa 2012. Iconic …
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Interviewing Ralph Steadman
This interview took place in October 2011, and was published in the Jan/Feb/Mar edition of one small seed magazine. It was an absolute honour to spark dialogue with Ralph Steadman; he completely transformed my view on humanity. His humour, candour and beauty shines so strongly. What the experience showed me is something I treasure daily: …
The below reviews explore various non fiction titles, including CULT-URE: IDEAS CAN BE DANGEROUS by Rian Hughes (2011).