Q&A: Simon Cook from Stone and Spear
Wonderland speaks to the Stone and Spear founder about how he made the jump from graphic design graduate to working for Givenchy.
The big ideas behind Oblivion
Joseph Kosinski, the director behind upcoming Tom Cruise sci-fi epic Oblivion and Tron, talks us through the people and films who’ve shaped his career.
Download: SULK, ‘Flowers’
The 90s barely seem like a distant memory, and SULK are already trying to revive it. Check out our free exclusive download of their new single ‘Flowers’.
Interview: LAURENCEAIRLINE’s Laurence Chauvin Buthaud
Ivory Coast-born menswear designer Laurence Chauvin Buthaud is one of the bright sparks of African fashion. She tells Wonderland about her label LaurenceAirline.
Girls At Home: Interview with photographer Georgie Wileman
Boys By Girls editor and photographer Georgie Wileman tells us more about her project Girls At Home, which sees her capturing female models in moments of quiet intimacy.
CO: TE: Hot design talent… from Milan?
London’s the only place to spot hot new talent, right? Wrong. Meet Milanese designer pair, Tomaso Anfossi and Francesco Ferrari, who’re behind the young label CO|TE.
FOALS: Feeding the Holy Fire
Oxford quintet Foals make 2013’s most anticipated comeback with their third full-length record, Holy Fire, which got its long-awaited release this week and is on track to crack the charts. Wonderland meets the boys just as they sell out several Royal Albert Hall shows.
ALICE ENGLERT: The Beautiful Creature
Beautiful Creatures star Alice Englert talks about what it feels like to see your face plastered all over the Underground, and how being Jane Campion’s daughter sets you up for Hollywood. Read the magazine feature here.
A MOVING PICTURE: Devlin in conversation
Dagenham-based grime MC Devlin tells us about growing up with Wretch 32 and his follow-up LP, A Moving Picture.
CATLIN GUIDE: Virgilio Ferreira’s spiritual, soft-focus photography
Portuguese artist Virgilio Ferreira deals with the uncanny and intangible. His light-as-a-feather photography weaves in and out of focus, playing with perception and sight. The Catlin Guide-shortlisted artist tells us about his work.
EMERGING: Jel Martinez
Jel Martinez is part of a breed of street artists approaching graffiti through the prism of conceptual art. He replicates the clumsy buffing and removal techniques of council workers tasked to remove street art, and the in the process makes a meta-comment on how people perceive graffiti.
VIDEO Q&A: Rascals
2013 is proving to be a promising year for East London quartet, Rascals. As well as being nominated for MTV’s Brand New 2013 award and bringing in heavy support from Radio 1, this week the boys kick off a support slot with rap heavyweight Kendrick Lamar.
EUDON CHOI: From menswear to womenswear
London’s calling card in the fashion industry has long been its role as a hub for fresh young talent, catapulting local names like Kane, Pilotto, Katrantzou and the like to global status. Seoul-born designer and London convert Eudon Choi seems next to head for the stratosphere.
SILKEN FAVOURS: Vicki Murdoch talks cats on scarves
Hand-drawn silk scarves featuring kittens riding unicorns, flying pigs, corgis and crowns – print designer Vicki Murdoch’s trippy, pretty designs were discovered by London department store Liberty last year and the range is rapidly growing to adorn clothing and homeware. Wonderland talks to the Scottish designer about caravans, Diana Vreeland and cats…
EXCLUSIVE: Cyril Hahn’s Winter Wonderland mix
Rising Canadian wunderkind Cyril Hahn blew our minds with his spaced-out remixes of everything from Destiny’s Child to Mariah Carey. He delivers a very special winter mix for Wonderland.
EMERGING: Lucas Price
Lucas Price was the upstart street artist whose A-Level work sold to collectors before he got clean of heroin and headed for the RCA. Before his show T.E.A.M Atlas opens at Rove Gallery, we talk to the man about his shift from the streets to the gallery and preview some shots of his work from […]
ROYAL TRUX: Jennifer Herrema on sex, Accelerator and being a woman in rock
You might not have heard of crazy-influential garage rock duo Royal Trux, but safe to say your favourite bands (The Kills, Primal Scream) have. We talk to lead singer Jennifer Herrema about the band’s long-lasting influence.
THE RAVEONETTES: Turning ten with a new album
It’s been nearing a decade since Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo released their debut album Chain Gang Of Love, which stormed the music scene with its scuzzy two-part vocal harmonies and dirty 60s guitar riffs. With their new UK tour on the cards, we caught up with the band to talk about 10 years […]
EMERGING: Of The Holy Blood
Jennifer Mehigan – aka Of The Holy Blood – is a busy woman. The Singapore-based designer, artist and creator of Cavity zine combines fine art sensibility with internet-age experimentation, and there are hours of visual bingeing to be done on her network of websites; she’s some sort of a blogging guru.
You might not know Nabil Elderkin's name, but you'll definitely have seen his work as NABIL. The Australian photographer and filmmaker extraordinaire is behind some of the most iconic photos and music videos of the past decade, including Antony & The Johnson's Cut the World' and Frank Ocean's 'Pyramids'. Wonderland get into the mind of […]
EMERGING: Matthew Johnstone
Matthew Johnstone’s artwork explores how digital media alters, influences and enhances tangible objects by presenting his own sculptures on a video or slideshow screen. Wonderland sat down with the artist to hear about his upcoming exhibition, Totally Unprofessional.
ANGEL HAZE: Bitch, please
how get ex back With her video for Werkin Girls landing and this week's series of sold-out decibel-shattering gigs across London, Angel Haze has arrived. Wonderland talks to NYC's best new rapper.
EMERGING: Toby Ziegler
what can i do to get my ex back Somewhere in an underground car park, 14 floors below the streets of West London, lurks Toby Ziegler's newest show, 'The Cripples'. Based on Renaissance artist Bruegel's paintings, Ziegler has combined both the 3D objects of his work alongside Bruegel's 2D figures to ominous, brooding effect.