Lessons From Boomtown: Friday

Boomtown has grown from relatively humble beginnings in 2009 to an immersive alternate society that more and more people are choosing over other festivals. It’s the oasis of hedonistic hope for many 9 to 5 workers seeking to escape the dull reality of British society for three days in August. Last year I met a…

Fine Art Friday: Jason’s Haggard Faces Exhibition

Whilst I usually only deploy my cunning linguistics on reviewing art primarily hosted on the universal gallery of the internet, Yack! decided to waste my talent and time by sending me along to an exhibit put on by Yack! co conspirator Jason Bowles. Going by the unsubtle moniker Jasons Haggard Faces the show served up…

Film Review – ‘Birdman’

In the 90s actor Riggan Thomson (Micheal Keaton) was a huge star in the successful comic book adaptations of Birdman. Now attempting to restart his career with an ambitious Broadway production he struggles with his own demons, his family, critics and volatile actor Mike Shiner (Edward Norton) all before opening night. With the current trend…

The Fine Art Of The Internet Pt. VI: The FAIL compilation

Whilst some believe that true art should be restricted and vaulted away in galleries, I, an obviously more refined individual, do not. What we need is a revolution in the way art is conceptualized. Art is coming for the people, art is raining down all around us, art is constantly coming, and we are being…

The Fine Art Of The Internet Pt. V: The Animals Of The Web

Whilst some believe that true art should be restricted and vaulted away in galleries, I, an obviously more refined individual, do not. What we need is a revolution in the way art is conceptualized. Art is coming for the people, art is raining down all around us, art is constantly coming, and we are being…

The Fine Art Of The Internet Pt IV: Willy Bum Bum

Whilst some believe that true art should be restricted and vaulted away in galleries, I, an obviously more refined individual, do not. What we need is a revolution in the way art is conceptualized. Art is coming for the people, art is raining down all around us, art is constantly coming, and we are being…