Investing in the creative: Malaga, Spain

It’s amazing how creative ideas, people and trends can completely transform local economies and even improve social cohesion within a community. Helping the arts and new ideas to prosper can – arguably, of course – have an even greater impact on government policies and other top-down community-building programmes. Local governments often seek out consultants to guide them on what’s best […]

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The London Estate

London is experiencing a major housing shortage and the development debate is once again on the political agenda. Contemporary political conversations tend to avoid reflections on the past and in doing so, decisions today don’t necessarily consider important historical lessons. Often criticised for being ugly, isolating, anti-social confines, the following is a reminder of – not what London’s […]

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Meet Mikey from Shoreditch

Sometimes when I’m walking home from work I decide to take the long route so that I can walk through a rad little tunnel in Shoreditch. There are usually interesting people cruising around and some good graffiti to look at. One night last week, the light was looking particularly good so I decided to grab […]

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Dubai Timelapse

There are tonnes of really good timelapse edits floating around on the internet at the moment. But this one by Rob Whitworth is on another level altogether. I’m guessing he got a bit of help from the UAE government to fund the production as the quality is amazing. I’ve got to say though, having been to the city, […]

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