If baking is the new Rock N’ Roll, then Natalie Slater could well be the new Elvis Presley, her website ‘Bake & Destroy’ is a goldmine of great recipes, fashion, useful tips and ideas.
Interview with one of the worlds best guitarists, Dave Weiner. Star tutor from the Riff of the Week You Tube Channel and Steve Vai’s rhythm guitarist.
New website Global Yodel is a brilliant idea to see a place from the eyes of a native. It’s like FourSquare by William Shakespeare and David Bailey.
Artransmitte is one of those cool websites that sells things you don’t see anywhere else. Imagine if Toys R Us had been taken over by Banksy, and you will start to get the idea. We also have 2 of their ACE LTD Edition T-shirts to give away.
Fed up with a Mars Bar? Cybercandy allow you to buy all the weird and wonderful chocolate bars, snacks and treats you see on your travels from the comfort of your own chair.
The Devolo Homeplug System is like all good inventions, it’s success is it’s simplicity. It turns your houses electrical wiring into an extension of your network.
Keith Walsh designed a t-shirt every day for a year. Find out more here and win 2 of them.
A lot of people think Glamour and Fashion photography is just a matter of turning up at an exotic location with a glamourous model and an expensive camera. There is a lot more to it than that.
There is an energy and exuberance to Hobogestapo shots that makes you want to step through the picture and into the scene.
We scoured the globe to find the biggest B-Movie Fan alive. Jordan Garren is the man we found. He told us about the good, the very bad and the very ugly.
Award winning TV Horror Host Dr Gangrene has been broadcasting his strange blend of film reviews, interviews, and er.. stuff since 1999. He invited Flush the Fashion down into his cellar for a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
Victorian Stoke on Trent is the setting for new Vampire costume drama Blood Bone and China. You can watch episode one here.
Imagine a sexy, adult version of Alice in Wonderland. Meet Razor Barbie, we also have a $75 voucher up for grabs.
Autograph hunting is big business. Do you know whose signature recently sold for £375,000?