The sights, sounds, and everything all around. From inspirational exhibitions to our favourite new bands. These are the things that are shaping our year...
Using just paper and glue, Yulia Brodskaya creates the most incredibly vibrant, three-dimensional paper artworks.
Made from 13,360 individual cakes, Mr Kipling has created what it claims to be the first billboard made entirely of cake at Westfield London in Shepherd’s Bush, as part of its ‘Llife Is Better With Cake’ campaign.
RCA student Tom Radclyffe creates intensely dark, detailed, hand drawn images of architecture and the built environment.
The Simpsons home town of Springfield made entirely out of LEGO by super fan Matt De Lanoy #Genius
From beard fish to eagles, Ptolemy Elrington makes the most astounding creatures out of recycled hubcaps.
Exploring the curiosity of killer objects: LA artist Christopher Schulz uses marine grade stainless steel to create his series of shark gun hybrid sculptures
Skinheads by photographer Derek Ridgers - an amazing insight into the disruptive youth sub-culture of late 1970s London
The Pop-Up Pinhole Co. have made a screenprinted DIY pinhole camera kit made from tough, durable recycled card that accepts both medium format and 35mm film #Genius
Growing old disgracefully: Kendrick Brinson’s fantastic series documenting ‘Life After Life’ in Sun City, Arizona - where the 42,500 residents have an average age of 73.
South African director Ralph Ziman has created an exhibition highlighting the international arms trade into Africa - with six Zimbabwean artists recreating the AK47 using traditional African beads.