In 2014, Markus “Notch” Persson created something both hard-hitting and powerful using only text-based visuals. The game he made was named ‘Drowning in Problems’. It explores modernist themes, and forces players to see the world in a nihilistic fashion.
Every politician, activist, voter and Briton seems to be predicting what will happen regarding Brexit, but what is most likely to happen and why? Is a second vote inevitable?
In the UK, Instagram is now the most popular social media site for teenagers, but what impact is it having on young people? I spoke to two fashion-conscious young women, who discussed the pressures, expectations and dangers of Instagram.
‘Is Waif’ is an online based magazine company by a few notable figures such as Brigette Lundy-Paine (an icon of genuineness). It would be best described as an indulgent passion project. All from a few creators, who give the readers a lovely mix of both nightmares and optimism.
For spectators from all across the political spectrum, today’s announcement of a no-confidence vote within the Conservative party has been cause for celebration. After a disastrous two years, the Tories have finally fallen to pieces and we all get to watch. However, I believe there are unforeseen consequences that will be a result of this vote, leading to even more political turmoil for the U.K.
For those who do not know, the Turner Prize is an annual award for visual artists under 50. The prize is awarded by the Tate and usually hosted in the Tate Britain (the second-rate version of the Tate Modern). I am not saying that you shouldn’t go to the Turner Prize though, checking it…
On Sunday the 9th of December, between 8,000 and 15,000 thousand counter protesters took to the streets of London to oppose the ‘Brexit Betrayal’ march led by Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, AKA Tommy Robinson.