Lucy Osborne – Devil’s Car Crash

Lucy Osborne is a Fashion Design student and Founder/Owner/ Designer independent brand- Devils Car Crash. Recently completing a two year course at Liverpool’s Rare School of Fashion, Osborne is set to attend London College of Fashion. I've had the pleasure of going to college with her for the last year, and have seen her amazing illustrations and [...]

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~Up-and-Coming Rapper- K.A.A.N~

K.A.A.N aka Knowledge Above All Nonsense aka Brandon Perry is a US based hip hop rapper and lyricist. Located in Maryland, his music career emerged in 2016 . Produced by the likes of ORBT and Cashflow, K.A.A.N has 2 albums- 'Paradise/Lost' and 'The Black Blood' LP and 2 EPs- 'Unknown Knowledge' and 'Abstractions.' K.A.A.N's style of rapping [...]

Eugene Ankomah

Child Artist prodigy, Eugene Ankomah, has certainly been prolific with his work over the years. As an avant-garde experimental and walking installation of his art, Ankomah was responsible for the Ghanaian flag which was raised above Buckingham Palace for the HRH Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. We managed to catch up with the artist who infamously [...]

Ragged CULT Introducing ~ Saskia Puxley

Camberwell College of Arts student Saskia is no stranger to the world of art; Her iconic flicks has gained her a substantial following. We managed to interrupt her busy schedule for a catch up; see what she has to say below. Name: Saskia Puxley Age: 20 City: London All artwork and photography are owned by Saskia Ivy [...]

Nasty Women ~ Helena Cardow

Ragged CULT caught up with leopard print loving, Creative Debuts artist Helena Cardow prior to her debut at Nasty Women's: Empowerment Exhibition. We chatted to the Durham University graduate about feminist art, the female form as motif in her work and her highly anticipated Sustain Series. Check out what she had say below. Sustain Series - [...]

Paint Jam – Basquiat Event

By Eugene Ankomah The adventure of leading a workshop dedicated to Jean Michel Basquiat. For me, this was more than a workshop on Art, it had to essentially be connected to life. I wanted to impart concepts of freedom and the importance of ones individual voice, all via Jean Michel’s Basquiat and his attitude towards [...]