EMERGING: Jonny Briggs
Jonny Briggs is a family man – sort of. The Caitlin Art Prize finalist investigates and interrogates his childhood by photographing his parents in ways that are alternately unsettling, comic and elegiac. We speak to the Royal College of Art graduate here.
THRILL MURRAY: The Bill Murray colouring book
Take one aging cult film star, add Crayola. That’s the genius idea behind Thrill Murray, the Bill Murray colouring book. We tracked down the man behind the crayons, Michael Coley, to ask one pivotal questions: why?
NEW NOISE: Wavy Spice
http://goexback.com/ text your ex back Wavy Spice exploded all over the Internet hivemind with ‘Bitch I’m Posh’, her infectious ode to Harlem ladies who don’t take no shit. Wonderland talks to her about Spice Girls, being friends with the A$AP crew and how she’s ready for the Icelandic revolution.
POPPY DE VILLENEUVE: Dusk Until Dawn
These days, ex-model Poppy De Villeneuve’s feels more comfortable behind the lens. No wonder, seeing as her dad’s the photographer who discovered Twiggy. We talk to her about her new collaborative photography project, ‘Dusk Until Dawn’.
SEVEN WONDERS… Olympics Opening Ceremony moments
We’ve put aside our British cynicism and gotten into the Olympics spirit. Sue us – guess we got sucked into that whole “whole world coming together as one to celebrate human achievement” thing. To commemorate tonight’s Opening Ceremony, we count down the best moments of past ceremonies. Now all we have to do is pray […]
TWELFTH MAN PROJECT: The alternative Olympians
how to get your ex back Olympics coverage has (already) hit saturation point and we’re bored of seeing super-serious athletes with their game face on. That’s why the Twelfth Man Project is so refreshing: photos of everyday Londoners in their best sporting gear, beautifully set against the hustle and bustle of the city. We interview […]
NEW NOISE: Cinnamon Girl
is my ex boyfriend leading me on Danish-born Cinnamon Girl mashes up the best parts of the 80s – big synths, shouty vocals, a whole lotta neon – and filters it all into near-perfect pop, hence the comic book hero name. We catch up with the superpowered singer and find out why she’s too scared […]
BEST& WORST: Celeb name changes
First he was Calvin Cordozar Broadus Junior, then Snoop Doggy Dog, and eventually just Snoop Dogg. But now the Dogg has decided on a new spirit animal and released his first single as Snoop Lion. To celebrate his new direction, Wonderland count down the best and worst celebrity name changes.
COMPETITION: Sandqvist rucksack and Rekorderlig cider
How To Get Back My Ex Bf Summer’s finally here! We’re dusting off our wellies and looking forward to spending our festival weekends. And if you like listening to great bands and chugging booze in the sun, Wonderland have got your summer sorted. Or if you just like a rucksack of booze. Either, really.
ALUN DAVIES: Dalston Supernovae
How To Make Him Get Back With You Alun Davies is a one-man art director wonder. His costumes, props and sets have graced Lady Gaga gigs, Peaches got wheeled onstage on his custom-made contraption, and now he’s on the cusp of opening his first solo exhibition, Dalston Supernovae. We talk to the Welshman about how […]
NEW NOISE: Face + Heel
How To Get Your Ex Girlfriend Back It’s not every day that a band with only one single play for the uber-discerning patrons of Boiler Room. But Face + Heel aren’t your average minimal electronic music duo. With their critically acclaimed debut single “No Stars” out on Warm Records, Wonderland talk to the Cardiff-based duo.
BREAKING: Behind the scenes with Chloe Sevigny for Miu Miu
win back ex girl Chloe Sevigny is looking fiery-headed and fierce in this behind-the-scenes video for Miu Miu’s autumn/winter campaign, photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot. This isn’t the first time the Kids star has been the face of Miu Miu win back ex girl – she modelled for them back in 1996, but […]
EXCLUSIVE: Alixander III mix
The golden age of rave might have been killed by long queues, expensive drinks and mean bouncers, but Azari & III are doing their best to bring it back. Listen to a mix specially created by producer Alixander III for Wonderland as lead singer Fritz schools us on the “slutty chaos” that is Azari & […]
BEAVER FALLS: Tom Austen
Tom Austen has proven over the last few years to be a true chameleon. From his debut in Shameless to bit parts in big-budget movies, he returns to our screens as all-American jock Mac in E4’s Beaver Falls this summer – as well as landing a part in the new series of Misfits.
MICACHU AND THE SHAPES: Never
Mica Levi is an avant-garde pop sensation. The charismatic frontwoman of Micachu and the Shapes is just as comfortable jamming on homemade instruments as playing with the London Sinfonietta orchestra. Wonderland caught up with her about the release of her new album, Never.
BEST & WORST: Batman scenes
With the final installment of The Dark Knight trilogy out this weekend and IMAX tickets selling for up to £75 online, there’s never been a better time to be a fan of the Bat. But we have two words for you: batsuit nipples. Wonderland racks up the best and worst of the Batman franchise.
DENNIS MORRIS: This Is The One
Dennis Morris is the first man of British music photography – bar none. His iconic pictures of Bob Marley and Johnny Rotten have graced the walls of many a first-year uni student’s walls. This time, he’s back with a photo book of the Stone Roses, This Is The One. Wonderland talks to the maestro himself.
WONDERLUST: Adam Loft-Schulz
We spent the afternoon with lovely FM boy Adam Loft-Shulz, who's living proof that male models do go to football matches.
EMERGING: Frank Laws
In the age of Photoshop, it’s reassuring that people like Frank Laws are still putting brush to paper. The east Londoner specializes in hyperrealistic paintings of gritty estates, transforming the grim sights into something altogether more mysterious and subtle.
STEVEN TAI: Chloé star
Steven Tai may only have graduated last year, but he's already nabbed the inaugural Chloé design prize at this year's Hyères festival. At Berlin Fashion Week, he impressed with his runway show of blonde and beautiful geeks. Wonderland talks industry recognition and unusual inspirations with the Canadian designer. When did your interest in fashion begin? […]
LAUNCH: Swarovski Iconic London × Wonderland
The great and the good (and the Made in Chelsea cast) turned up last night to the preview launch of Swarovski's Autumn/Winter collection. Kicking off the #IconicLondon launch were art duo Good Wives & Warriors, who were hard at work finishing off their mural in the store. Check out the pictures below. And yes, that […]
NEW NOISE: Voyeur
Voyeur might still be in uni, but they’ve caught the eye of everyone from Annie Mac to Pete Tong with their Santigold and Bombay Bicycle Club remixes. Wonderland chat to the two likely lads and grab an exclusive preview of their Rob da Bank-requested remix of Dan Le Sac’s new single, Memorial, featuring the vocal […]
Track exclusive: REN HARVIEU × ALICE ANT
We premiere Alice Ant’s remix of Ren Harvieu’s newest single, “Tonight” – released today – and speak to her about debut album, Through the Night.
He’s one third of multi-award winning chart toppers N-Dubz but this year sees the most musically talented member fly the nest and follow in the footsteps of Tulisa in seeking solo stardom.Wonderland sit down with Fazer to talk his new single and his new song for Rihanna – plus, we premiere an exclusive remix of […]
EMERGING: Andrew Nigon
Andrew Nigon might be one of the most hotly-tipped artists to emerge out of the Miami scene – and the self-described “white kid from the Midwest” insists he’s not just playing with toys.
NEW NOISE: Strip Steve
Electro wunderkind Strip Steve was only 18 when he was snapped up by the illustrious BoysNoize label. 5 years on, he’s toured the world and is ready to present his deput EP Micro Mega. Wonderland was lucky enough to score an exclusive stream.
MARCO SANGES: Phantasmagoria
Enigmatic London-based photographer Marco Sanges has shot for everyone from Vogue to Agent Provocateur, offering up his mysterious, erotic take on black and white photography. He takes time off before the launch of Phantasmagoria, his exhibition at Proud Camden, to reveal his inspirations.