Stay Gold. A Headphones Moment.

So, you’ve got your playlist sorted, you’ve charged up, and you’re ready for your headphones moment. It normally starts well, gearing up to hit your first K, spirits and beats riding high, then disaster strikes- your headphones are hanging around your ankles, and you’re heading down- pride to the curb, ouch. Being a runner and a…

NTS RADIO RUN MIX 01: MARTELO

How far will this one take you? You have a 1.06. run time on this debut GGxNTS Track sessions mix from Martelo. We caught Martelo after his NTS set to find out what this mix is all about. #GGXNTS is a new London based creative collaboration formed by GoodGym, NTS Radio and running writer, Tilly Stasiuk….

NTS X GOODGYM #NTSGGTRACKS

NTS X GG TRACK SESSIONS 12 DJS BRING YOU 10 TRACKS TO RUN TO. #NTSGGTRACKS September sees the first monthly instalment into NTS and GG’s progressive collaboration, set to fill your next 12 months with a cut of the cut in running mixes. Easing us into our training schedule, NTS selects one DJ a month,…

AFE TOKYO X CHAMP MAGAZINE ‘BLACK NIGHT RUN’ A Nike Editorial.

Nike continues its salute to 10 years of Nike Free with the release of the ‘Genealogy of Free Black’ Pack. The pack highlights three shoes which feature Nike Free technology as well as three additional styles which influenced the creation of the Nike Free platform, each in a new Black edition.

Sean Mcdowell and the 10 year anniversary of the Nike Free.

CHAMP INSIGHT: NIKE DESIGNER SEAN MCDOWELL  CHAMP INSIGHT NIKE DESIGNER Sean McDowell  SEAN MCDOWELL AND THE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE NIKE FREE WITH WRITER AND RUNNER TILLY STASIUK.  London’s marathon weekend hit the ground running with Friday’s 10th anniversary and launch of the 3.0 Nike Free. Taking us through our steps from concept to construction,…

DASH MAGAZINE SS14

INTERVIEW WITH DANIEL LISMORE- TRANSFORMATION ISSUE. Fashionistas’ everyday attire may be eccentric– it really isn’t rare to find someone outland- ishly dressed in London – but Daniel Lismore continuously wears the colour-coordinated un- wearable in the public eye. Backing equal rights with his Burkha, he’s transformed a traditional way of thinking, for himself and no…

DRAWN TOGETHER ILLUSTRATION EXHIBITION TEASER, PRINTHOUSE, DALSTON 2014. CURATED BY TILLY STASIUK AND RUTH HANAHOE.

Visuals: Aaron Chan Sound: Kelela- Bank Head (Prod. Kingdom) The Printhouse Gallery, Dalston are proud to present London’s first bi-annual international illustration exhibition this February. In a world of continuous movement, flying cycles of globes, spins of laundry, and generations of adobe, this inertia is often intimidating. With a desire to travel and a network…

RIDDLES OF THE MARKET: LORENZO VITTURI’S ART TELLS THE STORY OF RIDLEY ROAD MARKET

Sculptures lend new meaning to everyday items found in carnivalesque street.  Perusing produce at Broadway Market is something of a habitual occupation among a section of the populace, but Ridley Road Market’s British African-Caribbean flavour and carnivalesque scope lends it a markedly different vibe. This market, which began life in 1880, evidently fascinates artist Lorenzo…

LIAM RYAN REVIEW. PROTOVISION. HACKNEY CITIZEN.

Painter Liam Ryan’s ‘cosmic soup’ works on display at Protovision show Residence Gallery exhibition reveals full-on sensory experience spawned by artist’s imagination. It is hard to believe a collection of art works resembling great galactic rock pools could have landed in leafy Victoria Park Village. But an exhibition of contemporary paintings at the Residence gallery…

DEAN EDMONDS FURNITURE. CHAMP MAGAZINE.

Text: Tilly Stasiuk / Photo by: James Robjan Dean Edmonds is the East London-based prolific talent building a pragmatic and promising future for furniture design. Inspired by California’s Pacifica Movement and his dads home-grown steel business, Dean is now imprinting his own individuality on the vista. With his roots firmly in minimalist conceptualism, industrialism, and Ragtime…

PUBLIC SPACES, PUBLIC STAGES- TOM HUNTER AT THE PRINT HOUSE

Tom Hunter’s enigmatic photographs show the borough in a new light. The Assembly Hall, Stoke Newington. Photograph: Tom Hunter An exhibition of Hackney street photography taken with a giant homemade pinhole camera is on show at the Print House Gallery in Dalston. In Public Spaces, Public Stages, Tom Hunter interprets spaces ‘removed from commercialisation and sanitisation’. On entering…