Oulipo genius Perec and new Irish poetry considered in this month’s book hunt.
Bricking over the Liffey, banning all televisions in town and just straight-up seceding are amongst the ideas Radical Science can contribute to Dublin life.
From traditional haircuts to Turkish shaving and Burundian hair designs, we talk grooming with some of Dublin’s most scissor-happy.
Imagine a utopia where cycle lanes were not just a concept and you could drink beer on the street. It’s realer than you think!
After months of speculation and tasteful yet mysterious ads that followed the dissolution of the great bastion of UK skateboarding, Blueprint skateboards, the details of Nick Jensen and Paul Shier’s latest venture Isle skateboards have finally come to light and it’s all looking terribly promising.
Taking a look at the increasingly prevalent ways corporate language can influence and dominate artistic work.
The best-laid plans of mice and men often go astray: an overview of Dublin’s lesser-spotted notions for redesign.
Dublin’s fascia-nation with shop signage is being reborn through a new wave of understated design.
In terms of sheer technicality and apparent natural talent Suciu is almost unparalleled. But a sort of suspicion and downright disdain are appearing.
The word is in the turlet. How can we start to think about change?
An interview with Rob Delaney, Twitter comedian, stand-up and surrealist conscience of the world.
The former Slap reality show anti-hero is proving that you don’t need to go the traditional route – or that you can be great and still be ignored.