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Minari — A Film Review

The product of Lee Isaac Chung’s script, “Minari“, opens with a simple but greatly moving motif: a rusty family car moving through a verdant land of fields and forestland, following a vehicle dressed in white to their promised land. A little on the nose perhaps,

How the Penguin Bar saved Britain

The Penguin Bar. A British classic. It need not be said how much this sandwich-style piece of heaven means to the people of this country. This scripture tells of how in their time of need, it has come to the rescue!

Takashi Murakami is Taking Contemporary Art to New Heights

With works that revel in their colour, complexity, and contradictions, Takashi Murakami uses every medium and inspiration available to constantly redefine his own style. Furthermore, the cultural significance of his works and ideas are unrivaled in the current art sphere. In this introduction to the artist, learn about the what, why, and how of his unique creative output.

Stria Sport 107 Series Sneaker

An exclusive interview with Stria Sport on the launch of their new brand and debut sneaker

It’s rare enough to see a new sneaker brand pop up seemingly out of nowhere, and it’s even rarer that they let a pupil run online magazine interview them. Luckily for us, however, this is exactly what has happened, as Stria Sport has kindly let us ask them a couple of questions on the creation of their brand, and their debut sneaker, the 107 Series, set to release later this month.

The Appeal of Fighting Games

Fighting games are, at least on the surface, like any other videogame out there. However, underneath their simple exteriors, there are hidden complexities which require time, effort and perseverance to truly master. Not only that, but the required precision, timing, and reaction-speeds have created a warm community of talented enthusiasts. Noah Gassas explains why in actuality, fighting games are unlike anything else on the market.