Fellowstead, a brand based in South London, specialises in hand poured soy candles. We caught up with Simon & Gavin, the chaps behind the candles, to learn about their craft, their love of creating scent and a a bit about all things Fellowstead.
Time seems to fly at New Heroes & Pioneers. That is often down to the fact that we are having a lot of fun with our projects, but we are also extremely busy! We thought it would be a great opportunity to put a little diary of our own ...
New Heroes & Pioneers took the opportunity to catch up with Julian Victoria, Editor-in-Chief of DOG magazine. We wanted to find out more about DOG and what makes them excited about being in the magazine world.
Lodestars Anthology has just released its latest issue – JAPAN. We caught up with creative director Liz Schaffer and asked Liz to share with us her favourite images and her impression of this Far East nation.
No Burden, an LP observing the complexities of the self in relation to others. Lucy Dacus uses her dulcet voice to generate new and exciting music whilst the style being firmly cemented in a rich musical history.
In 2016, New Heroes and Pioneers profiled the up and coming Garden and Interior Designer and Illustrator, Robin Lucas. We recently caught up with Robin to learn about his latest projects and what he has generally been up to the past few months.
Having a choice is fundamental to our television and film viewing habits. As an avid consumer of movies and feature length films, it is important to be able to find titles that satisfy my mood and need for cinema.
Getting lost is quite a hard thing to do nowadays...but purposefully doing so (or metaphorically at least) is the idea behind the Lost In city guides. Matt Porter tried his luck at getting "lost" on three recent trips.
My relationship with Monocle has been a long-standing one. Reliably informative and introducing me to the people from around the world, I was eager to understand what makes working for Monocle 24 and the magazine so rewarding.
Life imitating art' is a craft that is tricky to master. However, there is one Isle of Wight resident bucking this trend and creating a brand that seamlessly interweaves a considered, artistic style into their work and daily life, and vice-versa.
The stylish, modern gentlemen can dream of their own bespoke suit. London Craft Week offered the chance to experience this first hand as Henry Poole & Co opened their doors to take in, first hand, how the dinner suit is produced from start to finish.
Matt Porter has been exploring, again. But this time he is discovering the calming and awe inspiring aspects of the UK's cathedrals, churches and chapels. Spaces that offer more than the usual Sunday Service ...