Youve already had a chance to browse street art at ME London last year, but while at the time you were able to make some yourself, this month you can browse and buy: from today, an exhibition entitled Stealing Banksy? will display over $ 8 million of Banksy artworks in the hotels Norman Foster-designed space-age pyramid atrium.
The exhibition, exploring the social, legal and moral issues surrounding the sale of street art, includes pieces like No Ball Games, Liverpool...
Still from G.I. Joe Retaliation.
Plagues, zombies, nukes, asteroids, giant mechanical Boris monsters: how would you like to see London destroyed?
Most weekends we run a reader-contributed short story set in London. We’ve had some excellent entries, from a phantom lion in Zone 3, to the woes of a cab driver, to a man with the entire tube network in his abdomen.
To spice things up a little, we’ve decided to run occasional themes for the series. The theme for the next month or two is...
An after-dark zip-line experience is the newest outdoor adventure for thrill-seekers on Kauai.
For folks for whom a daytime zip through the forest isn’t a big enough adrenaline rush, Koloa Ziplines has...
Gherkin: up for sale soon?
Squatters take over recently closed Hampstead police station.
London Live viewing figures ‘truly disastrous’. If the numbers cited are true, that’s an understatement.
Gherkin owners file for bankruptcy, probably up for sale soon.
The lost plans to convert Battersea Power Station into a theme park.
City of London pubs: 1973 compared with 2014.
Someone actually dares to (lightly) criticise Hammersmith’s River...