England’s cathedrals are repositories for some of the country’s greatest artistic treasures. From carving in wood and stone, to the great stained glass windows, painting, embroidery and metalwork, art not only adorns these buildings, it is part of their... I’m guessing Shaun Clarkson and Paul Brewster aren’t big fans of Ikea. You may recall how a few years ago the Swedish furniture store proclaimed tunefully that we should all “Chuck out the chintz”. Their delightful but somewhat anarchic Norfolk... Rather like Brighton & Hove, or even Ant & Dec, Hastings & St. Leonards are inseperable. I would say indistinguishable, but unlike the northern celebrities, the Sussex towns have plenty that sets them apart from each other. While St. Leonards was... What makes something formerly considered wanton vandalism into a semi-respectable artform? Graffiti has been around since man first scrawled on caves, but for most of its existence, It’s been associated with anarchy and chaos. Authorities have always attempted... One of the most enjoyable shoots I’ve done in ages, was a recent one for the Times at the home of Harry Parr. Harry is one half of the creative duo, Bompas & Parr, otherwise known as the Jellymongers. Combining food and installation art, they are like a... On the Triangle blog this month, the work of artist, Angelique Hartigan.