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The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire

The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire

Business, Videos

Michael Oswald’s film The Spider’s Web reveals how at the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth is hidden in British jurisdictions.

The Hollywood Con Queen

The Hollywood Con Queen

Crime, Long Reads

She tormented studio executives, actors, makeup artists, security guys, photographers, screenwriters, athletes, even bobsledders and scuba divers for years—until corporate investigator Nicoletta Kotsianas was put on the case.

London Underground 1970-1980 By Mike Goldwater

London Underground 1970-1980 By Mike Goldwater

Cities, History, Photos

The first thing that strikes anyone who regularly rides on the London Underground is how clean it looks in Mike Goldwater’s photographs. Homeward bound tourists keen to recapture the thrill of minding the gap and cooling their heels on overcrowded platforms are not offered a range of signature scents.

Dystopian Photos Of London’s Bankers In Meltdown

Dystopian Photos Of London’s Bankers In Meltdown

Business, Photos

Having been a fixture in and around the banks since the rumors of trouble first started circulating, photographer Stephen McLaren was embedded on the frontlines when what would become the 2008 Global Financial Crisis began to first take shape.

The Art World’s Mini-Madoff And Me

The Art World’s Mini-Madoff And Me

Art, Crime, Long Reads

Inigo Philbrick made his money betting big on a rise in price for a few artists, notably Stingel, who is known for his seemingly endless series of indistinguishable paintings of wallpaper, and Wool, whose most famous text painting fittingly spells out the word FOOL.

Bashir Sultani

Inspiration
Bashir Sultani
Bertie Taylor Explores Life Under London Heathrow’s Flight Path

Bertie Taylor Explores Life Under London Heathrow’s Flight Path

Photos

Bertie Taylor’s photos explore how people live with planes thundering over their heads, as well as the community of people who are drawn to the area. The images are startling, and he has managed to portray the juxtaposition between peaceful suburban life and the constant presence of roaring aircraft.

Creatives Call For Mental-Health Warnings On ‘Toxic’ Magazines

Creatives Call For Mental-Health Warnings On ‘Toxic’ Magazines

Health, Media

A creative team in London is hijacking the covers of celebrity and gossip magazines to raise awareness of the harmful impact that media can have on people’s mental health. They were inspired by news that hair salons across the UK have boycotted “toxic” gossip magazines following the death of presenter Caroline Flack.

AR For The Naked Eye Transforms Outdoor Advertising

AR For The Naked Eye Transforms Outdoor Advertising

Innovation, Media

London-based media technology startup Lightvert has created a new method for using unexpected and unusual locations. Lightvert’s ECHO technology projects images into the air. Moreover, the images are particular to that location and cannot be seen even a few feet away from the optimal viewing position.

Waste Heat From Underground Begins Warming London’s Homes

Waste Heat From Underground Begins Warming London’s Homes

Architecture, Cities

The Bunhill 2 Energy Centre has started capturing excess heat from the London Underground to help warm over 1,000 buildings in the UK capital. A perforated red-metal pavilion distinguishes the Bunhill 2 Energy Centre, which occupies the site of the disused City Road tube station.

Kings Of Cocaine: How The Albanian Mafia Seized Control Of The UK Drug Trade

Kings Of Cocaine: How The Albanian Mafia Seized Control Of The UK Drug Trade

Cities, Crime

Hellbanianz belong to the “retail game” of the cocaine trade. They are the street dealers and enforcers of the Mafia Shqiptare, the Albanian organised criminal syndicates who, the National Crime Agency believe, are consolidating power within the UK criminal underworld and on their way to a near total takeover of the UK’s £5bn cocaine market.

Was The Millennium Dome Really So Bad? The Inside Story Of A (Not So) Total Disaster

Was The Millennium Dome Really So Bad? The Inside Story Of A (Not So) Total Disaster

Architecture, Long Reads, Politics

Twenty years later, it is still a byword for New Labour hubris, squandered resources and hideously bungled planning. In fact, it was a byword for all of these things before it even opened. It is clear that the prevailing narrative that the Dome was a total failure is not – or at least not quite – the full story.

Work, Protest And Play On The Streets Of Hackney

Work, Protest And Play On The Streets Of Hackney

History, Photos

During the 1970s and first half of the 80s photographer Neil Martinson recorded the lives of those who lived and worked in Hackney, east London. At that time, children still played in the street and on old bomb sites yet to be developed.

Nikolay Schegolev

Inspiration
Nikolay Schegolev
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