Ruby Iqbal

By Roshannah Bagley LONDON, United Kingdom:: The middle of the year is fast approaching, in Britain this can only mean one thing - the end of the academic year, thus 'graduate season'. Come June London's Earl's Court will be taken over by the country's top fashion and design schools parading their final year collections. Running parallel to this is the London College of Fashion's annual BA…

THE ARTISTS CINEMA 2010

Screens in Cannes 15 May and at cinemas across the UK alongside feature films Four Lions and The Ghostfrom May onwards LUX and the Independent Cinema Office (ICO) are excited to announce a new series of artists' film commissions for The Artists Cinema, a unique project which brings leading visual artists’ work into cinemas in subversive and playful ways, to a diverse and large-scale audience…

Tim Ryan

By Roshannah Bagley LONDON, United Kingdom:: Tim Ryan has well and truly tapped into his innovative inner granny. The Irish born, London based designer is continually pushing modern perceptions of knitwear with his striking creations. Such pieces are lovingly produced by hand and are the result of 12 years self-taught experience. Never one to shy away, always keen to dazzle, Ryan’s talent has…

DARK HORSES & FAULT Magazine

www.myspace.com/darkhorsesofficial Mummy what’s a DARK HORSE? One thing we know is that it begins with the source...LISA ELLE the exterminating angel, the Swedish sonic siren...How many sailors will deliriously drown mistaking her voice for safe harbour? On her nocturnal dérive’s along the shores of Seagull City, SHE finds such like; FIVE drowned LEATHER boys, shivering under the pier.…

DAVID Lynch & FAULT Magazine

Photograph: Chris Saunders David Keith Lynch was born on January 20th, 1946, in Missoula, Montana, in the U.S. He is one of the most interesting film directors of all time. There’s always the danger that I’ll be forever labelled resolutely odd. Because these days there is no time for shading in people, and you’re put in a little box. I’m always put in the category of strange, which I find a…