Jonny Wan is a UK-based graphic artist "with a fascination for all things ancient and Art Deco."
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When the Barcelona Pavilion was designed in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition, it wasn't built to last.
Nottingham Contemporary is an international art centre. Opened in 2009, it holds a strong local purpose. This is my review.
The Nintendo Switch is set for release next year. Here are 8 games I'd love to see join it on the shelves.
My mother once got a free subscription to The Times newspaper for 6 months.
Dig a little deeper to find some of the internet's earliest images via Internet Archaeology.
With over 100 jobs, Homer has spread his labour over the last four decades.
Ashton James Brown explores a fan-made JSR online playlist/station called JetSetRadio.Live.
All hail Sucklord – the champion of bootleg toys in his kingdom of NYC.
Podcasting is a curious digital art form that has changed the way audio (and sometimes visual) media is broadcasted.
A good looking website can take you places. But some designers have opted for a more brutal approach.
Joel Furtado, a Canadian animator and X-Men fan will be giving his fellow "X-Fans" a shot of nostalgic joy with an 18-episode web series based on the 90s animated series.
You thought Star Wars was only meant to be watched from I to VI (before the VII, VIII and IX come out) didn't you?
Imagine your father going on a Pokémon journey. PokéDad makes that a reality.
We all remember the classic 1984 film Ghostbusters, along with the sequel and animated series. But before all that, there was a TV series bearing the same name but no relation.