Situated on the West Bank of Palestinian territory, Qalqilya is a city surrounded by walls. Within this confinement though, SkateQilya is offering a place for a new generation of skateboarders to explore artistic expression.
One of the world’s most prolific rock’n’roll photographers and long-time friend of the late David Bowie, Mick Rock gathers together his most personal moments with the starman for a new exhibition with The Print Room.
Pooling together the works of 20 iconic photographers, ‘An Ideal For Living’ shines a light on class, culture and identity from post-World War I Britain to now, featuring images from the likes of Charlie Phillips and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
The global phenomenon that is Pokemon GO isn’t something to be laughed at or ridiculed. Yes, it’s a game, and yes, none of it is real, but the relationships I’ve formed in my short time with this game are.
After Garrett McNamara rode that world-record breaking 90ft wave, Praia De Norte became a global spectacle; the new home of big wave surfing. But when the the waves became a source of revenue the way of life in this town had to change.
Craig Jackson and Jonny Grant’s London Skate Journal is a community project inspired by growing frustration with the glitz and glamour of how the skateboard community is portrayed. Disposable cameras are their weapon of choice.
In the 1970s racism was rife in the UK, prejudice permeated the fabric of many British towns and cities. But groups like Rock Against Racism fought back; organising protests, gigs and celebrations to pull communities together, putting themselves in serious danger in the process.