Well known for his satirical interpretation of the British classes through his artwork, Martin Parr is currently showing his retrospective at Gateshead’s BALTIC gallery. Francesca Gavin talks to the photographer…

Lazy entertainers are not something The Maccabees can be guilty of being slandered of – but fans of poi and juggling had better look away now…

Golden Silvers are proving difficult to pigeonhole with their eclectic sound. Lead singer, Gwilym Gold, talks to Sam Richards about comparisons, and to stress they are not 80s wannabes.…

Soulful and somewhat somber, The XX talk to Sam Richards about keeping things dark and intimate.

British based, Tel Aviv born, Ron Arad talks to us through his retrospective at New Yorks Museum Of Modern Art.

One of the most celebrated photographers of the last decade, Ryan McGinley exposes the inspiration behind the lens for his latest exhibition.

Megan Fox is taking a break from the toys to take the lead in new movie, Jennifer’s Body. Talking to Marshall Heyman, on a rainy set in Malibu, she discusses…

Asher Book stars in the forthcoming reboot of movie classic, Fame. Having caught the acting bug at an early age, he is now singing and dancing while adjusting to life…

Iconic moviemaker, Pedro Almodovar, has a long history of producing female-centric stories. To mark the release of his latest film, Broken Embraces, Damon Wise discusses the importance of women…

Landon Pigg is full of caffeine and about to make the transition from music to movies with Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut, Whip It. Maya Singer has coffee (naturally) with the…

Thom Browne wants men to get the best from his clothes and to thrill crowds with their presentation. Yale Breslin questions him over his latest collaboration with Moncler and finds…

Pro’s of the tracksuit, Juicy Couture, are flexing their wings with their new vintage inspired collection.

Fresh from winning the Cartier Award, Jordan Wolfson talks to Wonderland to tell us what he has in store with his next project.

Gossip Girl heartthrob, Chace Crawford is graduating to the big screen with Twelve and stepping up to remake Footloose. He to Marshall Heyman about making it in Hollywood.

Welcome to the mangled and beautiful mind of Paul Laffoley: artist, amputee, cult hero and time-machine inventor… Rupert Howe investigates.

The cold sweats and crazed imaginings of Charlie Kaufman have given us Being John Malkovich, Adaptation and The Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. Now, with his directorial debut…

Vivienne Westwood talks heroic clothes, urban guerillas and the apocalypse with Iain R. Webb.


Name: Kim Basinger
Occupation: Actress
Date of Birth: December 8 1953
Location: Los Angeles


Film Art: Pretentious, boring and irrelevant? Not any more. Thank God for Oliver Payne and Nick Relph, sighs Ben Cobb…

The UK’s favourite synth-pop princess Little Boots on Jamie Cullum, Phil Oakey and “that horrible little child off X-Factor.”

I’m just a worker. I am an entertainer. Don’t say that what I am doing is art.

On February 24th 2009, it’s twenty years since the body of Laura Palmer was found in a plastic shroud on a lonely lakeshore. Dwarves, tight angora sweaters, cherry pie, one-armed…

Jean Paul Gaultier has come a long way since his schooldays as a granny’s boy with no friends and a penchant for ladies in fish-nets. Ben Cobb does lunch with…

The evidence of Jeff Keen’s genius has been hidden in a two-room Brighton flat for fifty years… Wonderland hails British Art’s most neglected hero.

Enigmatic sculptor Gregor Schneider makes rooms. Rooms you don’t want to spend more than a few moments in. Rooms that make you feel uneasy, disturbed. Frightened, even… Gareth Harris investigates.…


Everyone’s favourite firestarters are back from oblivion and set to take on pretenders to their dance throne. The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett tells Wonderland: “The Klaxons look older than us…

As the Calvin Klein label turns forty, Wonderland catches up with womenswear designer Francisco Costa to talk Brooke Shields, bell-bottoms and filling Calvin’s big shoes.

Two-fifths of Boston buzz band Passion Pit talk porn, stagefright and why they want to fuck up arch-rivals Vampire Weekend.

Moviestar, poet, painter photographer…Is there nothing Viggo Mortensen can’t do?

Between them, Luke and Harry Treadaway have got the film and theatre worlds sewn up… Just don’t mention the t-word.

Telepathe’s Busy Gangnes on the Brooklyn band’s sound and vision.

With the release of a major new documentary on renegade writer Hunter S. Thompson, Ben Cobb asks cartoonist Ralph Steadman, his friend and accomplice for 35 years, to relive the…

Morecombe and Wise, Gilbert and George, Bert and Ernie… Double-acts do it better. Just look at fashion’s dynamic duo Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren. Since joining forces in the early…

Dave Portner, Josh Dibb, Noah Lennox and Brian Weitz met in 1992 at high school in Baltimore. In 2000 they formed noise band Animal Collective, changed their names to…

Kim Gordon – leading lady of noise punk legends Sonic Youth – on
making mud huts, junk email and post-election blues…

“It’s always good to have one German in a group,” Tobias Urban of mischief-and-art-making supergroup Gelitin tells Louise Brealey.

Aged 14, St Albans school friends Ed Macfarlane, Edd Gibson and Jack Savidge formed First Day Break. “It was all guitars, no vocals… far too serious,” says Gibson. University…

Flair without fuss. Chic without chi-chi. Style without showing off. Margaret Howell, British fashion scion and understated style queen, tells Wonderland the tricks of her trade.

When the dog bites, when the bee stings, etc. Seasick Steve can cheer himself up by remembering a few of these…

Hyperactive pop sprite Lykke Li talks to Wonderland about unrequited love, sounding like a little girl and wishing she was Tom Waits.

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