Fine artist and photographer Ben Dray scoured the crafts quarter of Kumatuli in Calcutta to find the place where these statues were manufactured. ‘They’re religious icons of the goddess Kali. They’re stuffed with straw, covered with clay, then painted,’ he explains. The disposable icons may be burnt or sent down the river. Dray’s picture costs 90 and will be on sale with sculptures, paintings and prints at the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair from 30 to 31 March.
Bthere is a new tool that combines location-tracking, group-messaging and rewards to encourage young people to stick together on a night out and stay safe.
The annual event takes place in East London annually — its new look aims to be flexible and adapt year-on-year, while helping running appear more welcoming as a group sport
The Pentagram partner has given the 200-year-old publisher — home to songwriters and composers such as Beyoncé, Radiohead and Madonna — a regal rebrand.
This week, non-profit D&AD was hit by controversy when it emerged that it had paid some of its speakers a fee and expenses for its upcoming festival in London, but