Our weekly round-up where we share with you the best bits and bobs we’ve found on that ‘internet’ during the last seven days.
This side project from Pete Lewis of Made in Fallon documents ‘random encounters with good-looking numerals’, an obsession that started two years ago as he began photographing numbers. Now, it’s spiralled into a project that aims to collect all the numbers from 1-100. He’s looking for submissions to fill the gaps, as long as the image hasn’t been created through any form of trickery, such as Photoshop or mirrors.
Dispelling the myth that the yoof of today are all ne’er-do-wells, merrily chugging WKD Blue and dealing crack from their bedrooms, is the Youth Market initiative, a platform on which anyone aged 13 – 18 years old can showcase their ideas and creativity – be it in the fields of graphic design, photography, video or fashion.
This page will act as a hub enabling the young creatives to interact with each other.
Entrants are asked to submit examples of their creative project to the Youth Market tumblr page with a link to their blog to be in with a chance of showcasing their work at this year’s Underage Festival.
Recalling fond memories of DW fave Hats of Meat, this Milliner’s Tale takes a less carnivorous approach to headwear,creating incredible pieces from wood. Inspired by architecture, Kensington & Chelsea College millinery graduate Keely Hunter creates her pieces from a variety of woods and other non-traditional millinery materials. The full collection is on display at the moment at Kensington & Chelsea College.