Culture

Flush Magazine #1

If you’ve been living under a rock for the last week or two you may not have heard about our latest edition of Flush Magazine, over 100 pages of great interviews, exciting features, reviews and competitions.

Mobile App: Get Taxi

The app picks up your location and then you simply press “get taxi”, within seconds you receive a real time countdown (less than two minutes in this case) and the name and photo of the driver. This is a great safety feature for those travelling alone given illegal car services.

Mike Watt – On and Off Bass

Mike Watt’s photos are the poetry of San Pedro…every time he goes out on that kayak he comes back with gold. These gorgeous images paired with the raw reflections of 3 decades on the road are sure to blow the minds of all who love punk rock and our beloved vision questing troubadour. – Jack Black

The meat in the sandwich: SEIBEI

David Murray is a self-taught illustrator and since 2006, the brains behind SEIBEI, a brilliant, independent, one man clothing company. His T-shirts are popular all over the world and are regularly seen on TV and in the movies. We have 2 to give away.

Film Review: Elles

In Elles, Juliette Binoche plays Anne, a journalist for Elle magazine in Paris. She undertakes a job investigating prostitution amongst female students struggling to pay their tuition fees.

Film Review: The Lucky One

If ‘The Lucky One’ film was a drink, it’d be a pastel pink milkshake. Unashamedly sugary, a little bit slushy and reassuringly comforting.

Blek Le Rat: Opera Gallery London

The Godfather of Graffiti opens a new exhibition of work in London on Friday and the first 100 people to get in will get a FREE signed limited edition print.

Film Review: Avengers Assemble

In the hands of someone with less experience than director Whedon, Avengers Assemble could have been a disaster of epic proportions. It succeeds by successfully balancing the elements required to make a really good comic book movie. IE Action, Characters and Fun.

Film Preview: Total Recall

The new version starring Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale looks like a slightly more serious take on the brilliant, original 1990 Paul Verhoeven Total Recall, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone.

Film Review: Titanic – 3D

You might’ve heard about the context of the film’s current re-release: it’s the centenary of the ship’s demise. There are some who probably think that Cameron did it for the money, capitalising on the historical tragedy. Maybe he did. But it doesn’t change the fact that the film itself is a classic.

Film Review: The Hunger Games

A fantastic movie that shouldn’t be judged on its age rating or it’s absurd comparison to other ‘teen’ genre movies released in recent times. This stands out as a science fiction triumph, dystopian, critical and compelling, and is one thrill ride I’m glad did not pass me by.

Marilyn @Getty Images, London

To commemorate 50 years since Marilyn Monroe tragically died Getty Images in association with David Gainsborough Roberts are displaying iconic images alongside original dresses and costumes worn by Marilyn at their gallery in central London.