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Episode 10 // Mark Vessey

Inspired by collections and the meaning that people place upon them. Photographer Mark Vessey’s latest project captures the inspirations of Norman Cook through his music. He tal...

Episode 9 // Sara Pope

Known for her sensuous bright lips, the work of Sara Pope is instantly recognisable! Focusing in on the very human emotions that the lips allow us to convey. Sara’s work seeks t...

Alexandra Gallagher is known for her elaborate digital collages and her bright intricate paintings. Based in Blackburn she’s also heavily involved in the town’s ‘Open Walls...

Episode 7 // REQ

One of the pioneers of the Brighton graffiti scene, REQ's style has changed somewhat since starting out in 1984 painting letters on the streets. Now known for his portrait-based s...

Inspired by the hills of his native Snowdonia, Bristol-based artist Benjamin Thomas Taylor produces work that is bright and cheery, but that often has a deeper meaning. He talks t...

Jayson Lilley is Known for his expansive London skylines, finished with gold-leaf skies, artist Jayson Lilley talks to Art-related Nonsense about his creative approach, how each p...

Known for her realistic (and sometimes fantastical) images of animals, insects and birds, Louise McNaught's artwork captures the imagination. The artist talks to Inspiring City ab...

TThe Art Yard Sale is a must on the annual art buying calender. Highly anticipated and featuring some of the best artists on the Art Republic books, it's gives a unique opportunity...

Episode 2 // Magnus Gjoen

Fashion designer-turned-artist Magnus Gjoen has been blazing a trail since unintentionally sidestepping onto the art scene more than seven years ago. His starting point? Deciding ...

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