1. Renowned photographer, Sandro Miller has recreated a selection of famous images using long-time friend, actor John Malkovich as a model for an upcoming exhibition.

    'Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters' will open at the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago on November 7th and will close January 31st 2015.

    Top left: Piss Christ by Andres Serrano, 1987
    Top right: Che Guevara by Alberto Korda, 1960
    Bottom left: Salvador Dalí by Philippe Halsman, 1954
    Bottom right: Ernest Hemingway by Yousuf Karsh, 1957

    For more each information, take a look at the exhibition online here

    Liam Cook

  2. Robbie Fowler

    Jamie Redknapp

    David James

    Kevin Boardman

  3. hyperallergic:

    Loretta Lynn Owens, “Clutch Your Side” (2014) - Acrylic, ink, paper, stitching, on canvas. SupposedArt.com

  4. Henri Matisse

    Kevin Boardman


  6. On this morning’s Sunday Supplement, the panel spoke about Liverpool’s shaky start and whether captain, Steven Gerrard’s role needs to be adapted or in fact whether he needs to be dropped. 

    Liverpool were enigmatic in the 2013/2014 season, with Gerrard shifting in to a deeper role, where he could dictate play with the newfound space, much similar to Andrea Pirlo’s role for Juventus and Italy. 

    However, so far this season, teams have set up to stop him using the space to shift out long balls to attacking players and threading accurate passes forward. This adaptation by opponents has disrupted Gerrard and highlighted his lack of pace and agility at 34 years of age.

    Should Gerrard be pushed further forward, back, or just removed from team for a spell? Whilst Brendan Rodgers figures out a way to implement the Anfield legend more successfully.

    Liam Cook

  7. Alt-J’s second album ‘This Is All Yours’ has been made available on Spotify before it’s official release on the 22nd September.

    The follow up to the 2012 debut, ‘An Awesome Wave’, does not disappoint. 

    Listen on Spotify:

    Liam Cook

  8. sculpture-center:


    Can Altay is an artist living in Istanbul. He investigates the functions, meaning, organization and reconfigurations of public space. His ‘settings’ provide critical reflection on urban phenomena and artistic activity. His work traverses sculpture, photography and installation, and is staged and manifested through the spaces, exhibitions and publications he produces. 

    Altay has had solo exhibitions at Arcade, London (2012), Casco, Utrecht (2011), The Showroom, London (2010), Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2008), Sala Rekalde, Bilbao (2006) and Spike Island, Bristol (2007). His work has been included in Biennials of Istanbul, Havana, Busan, Gwangju, Marrakech, Taipei; and in museums and galleries such as the Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), VanAbbe Museum (Eindhoven), ZKM (Karlsruhe), Artists Space (New York), and SALT (Istanbul).  His public projects include: “Inner Space Station” (NewYork, 2013); “Distributed” (London, 2012); “The Church Street Partners’ Gazette” (London, 2010-13) and “PARK: bir ihtimal” (Istanbul, 2010). Altay is the editor of Ahali: an anthology for setting a setting, 2013 published by Bedford Press, AA Publications, London.

    Can Altay, Another Empty Pedestal: after similar skids from recent pasts, 2010. Setting with concrete Lotus Leaf sculpture from the evicted Vietnamese Community Centre, Warsaw. Installation view. Courtesy Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw and Arcade, London. 


  9. Francesco Totti

    Kevin Boardman

  10. Wassily Kandinsky

    Kevin Boardman 

  11. Fantastic album artwork for Bondax’s ‘Fires’ album

    Kevin Boardman

  12. Diego Costa

    7 goals in his first 4 appearances for Chelsea.

    On fire…

    Liam Cook

  13. Richard David James, otherwise known as Aphex Twin, has been teasing us all summer with news of his upcoming album ‘Syro’.

    The artwork for this album is somewhat interesting, reading like a receipt of production costs.

    Syro will be released on 19th September on Warp Records.

    Liam Cook

  14. Naomi Campbell and Mike Tyson, December 1989

    Photography by Bruce Weber

    Kevin Boardman