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West Contemporary Editions Presents - Fin DAC - Afterglow/Undertow At Gallery Different London
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Globally renowned street artist to exhibit in London’s Fitzrovia for his long awaited U.K. debut solo show in October 2021. LONDON (UK), Globally renowned street artist Fin DAC, whom is considered one of the most collectible living artists within his genre - is to exhibit in London for the first time with his long awaited solo show ‘Afterglow/Undertow’.

UP21 Exhibition at Musec - Lugano - Switzerland
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On the 23rd September to the 27 February 2022 - MUSEC in Lugano- Switzerland will open an exhibition that features the winner’s works from the UP21 global open call, (now in its third year) the competition for young photographers, promoted by MUSEC and the Lugano culture and museum Foundation, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery in Milan ....

UP21 Exhibition at Musec - Lugano - Switzerland
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On the 23rd September to the 27 February 2022 - MUSEC in Lugano- Switzerland will open an exhibition that features the winner’s works from the UP21 global open call, (now in its third year) the competition for young photographers, promoted by MUSEC and the Lugano culture and museum Foundation, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery in Milan ....

UP21 Exhibition at Musec - Lugano - Switzerland
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On the 23rd September to the 27 February 2022 - MUSEC in Lugano- Switzerland will open an exhibition that features the winner’s works from the UP21 global open call, (now in its third year) the competition for young photographers, promoted by MUSEC and the Lugano culture and museum Foundation, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery in Milan ....

UP21 Exhibition at Musec - Lugano - Switzerland
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People Portrait Reportage Landscape Lifestyle Art

On the 23rd September to the 27 February 2022 - MUSEC in Lugano- Switzerland will open an exhibition that features the winner’s works from the UP21 global open call, (now in its third year) the competition for young photographers, promoted by MUSEC and the Lugano culture and museum Foundation, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery in Milan ....

"Mario Testino Unfiltered" at 29 Arts in Progress Gallery - Milan - October 21 - Feb '22
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On the 1st of October 21 at the Milanese gallery 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS will open “Mario Testino: Unfiltered”, a major exhibition in Italy of this legendary photographer and a world exclusive of work never shown before in a gallery. The show will take place in two consecutive exhibitions in Milan, the first from 1st of October – 27th of November and the second from 2nd of December 2021 – 28th of February 2022.

Royal London Announces 2 Ambassadors  - Shaunagh Brown and Claire Molloy For Its Lions Rugby Feasibility Report Lensed by Rankin
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Royal London is welcoming rugby players Claire Molloy and Shaunagh Brown as Royal London Ambassadors alongside the brand sponsorship of the British and Irish Lions. Working with Claire and Shaunagh, Royal London aims to shine a light on women’s rugby, raising its profile in the wider sporting community and working to break down barriers currently holding women and young girls back from participating in rugby....

Royal London Announces 2 Ambassadors  - Shaunagh Brown and Claire Molloy For Its Lions Rugby Feasibility Report Lensed by Rankin
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Royal London is welcoming rugby players Claire Molloy and Shaunagh Brown as Royal London Ambassadors alongside the brand sponsorship of the British and Irish Lions. Working with Claire and Shaunagh, Royal London aims to shine a light on women’s rugby, raising its profile in the wider sporting community and working to break down barriers currently holding women and young girls back from participating in rugby....

Royal London Announces 2 Ambassadors  - Shaunagh Brown and Claire Molloy For Its Lions Rugby Feasibility Report Lensed by Rankin
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Royal London is welcoming rugby players Claire Molloy and Shaunagh Brown as Royal London Ambassadors alongside the brand sponsorship of the British and Irish Lions. Working with Claire and Shaunagh, Royal London aims to shine a light on women’s rugby, raising its profile in the wider sporting community and working to break down barriers currently holding women and young girls back from participating in rugby....

Royal London Announces 2 Ambassadors  - Shaunagh Brown and Claire Molloy For Its Lions Rugby Feasibility Report Lensed by Rankin
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Royal London is welcoming rugby players Claire Molloy and Shaunagh Brown as Royal London Ambassadors alongside the brand sponsorship of the British and Irish Lions. Working with Claire and Shaunagh, Royal London aims to shine a light on women’s rugby, raising its profile in the wider sporting community and working to break down barriers currently holding women and young girls back from participating in rugby....

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE - MEET THE WINNERS : Tyrone Williams
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GREAT BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: THE WINNERS In an unexpected twist in the final episode of the BBC’s Great British Photography Challenge, not one, but two winners have been named. Jackson Moyles, 21, from Dunfermline, and Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, were crowned joint winners and are the first photographers to claim the title in this new series. Over the past four weeks, portrait icon and Dazed & Confused magazine co-founder Rankin, alongside Public Offerings Ltd.’s founder Ellen Stone, has been guiding a new generation of creatives, as six passionate amateur photographers from across the UK embarked on the challenge of a lifetime. Rankin says: “Picking a winner for the show was really hard. It prompted some heated debate between me and the other judges. Tyrone and Jackson are completely different photographers, with two very different styles and career paths. Tyrone is an art photographer, with a really clear voice. His work grabbed my attention from the very beginning. Jackson’s work, on the other hand, grew as he found himself over the competition. So in that way, they were both stand-out photographers who showed their talent during the competition. There was no way we could split them – they were both clear winners in their own right. Now we’re excited to invite everyone to have a look at their talent first-hand as they reveal brand new works in their winners exhibitions.” On his win, Tyrone says: “I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to work with and meet such passionate photographers and creatives. Winning the series has been such a great feeling and an amazing validation for my photography portfolio but I feel all of us have achieved so much in the series. To all execute the challenges as we did and to all exhibit our work in the final, helping each other with every step, you can call us all winners. A celebration of their achievements and artistic growth, these two new digital exhibitions mark the expansion of Tyrone and Jackson’s careers as photographers; drawing on the experiences and mentorship they gained from the series. The Great British Photography Challenge was produced by Storyboard Studios and is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer Exhibitions are available to view here .https://www.public-offerings.com/gbpc Deconstructions Tyrone Williams, 28, from Northampton, has been practising photography for over ten years, alongside working as a Graphic Designer.  Starting off taking photos with disposable cameras and point and shoot 35mm film cameras, Williams used his photography as a visual diary, focusing on the unnoticed things around him in my life. Using his photography to redefine what people consider beautiful, show the beauty in life’s imperfections. 

UP21 Unpublished Photo 2021
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The third edition of the photography contest UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2021 - UP21, promoted by MUSEC - Museo delle Culture of Lugano in collaboration with 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan, aimed at young talents in contemporary photography, is now open. Since 2018, the project has attracted young photographers under 36 from all over the world. As promoter of this initiative, this year MUSEC is once again offering the finalists the opportunity to exhibit their work in a temporary exhibition - Unpublished Photo 2021 - set up in the Spazio Maraini at Villa Malpensata (Lugano, Switzerland) from September 23rd 2021 to February 27th 2022.

UP21 Unpublished Photo 2021
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The third edition of the photography contest UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2021 - UP21, promoted by MUSEC - Museo delle Culture of Lugano in collaboration with 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan, aimed at young talents in contemporary photography, is now open. Since 2018, the project has attracted young photographers under 36 from all over the world. As promoter of this initiative, this year MUSEC is once again offering the finalists the opportunity to exhibit their work in a temporary exhibition - Unpublished Photo 2021 - set up in the Spazio Maraini at Villa Malpensata (Lugano, Switzerland) from September 23rd 2021 to February 27th 2022.

UP21 Unpublished Photo 2021
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The third edition of the photography contest UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2021 - UP21, promoted by MUSEC - Museo delle Culture of Lugano in collaboration with 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan, aimed at young talents in contemporary photography, is now open. Since 2018, the project has attracted young photographers under 36 from all over the world. As promoter of this initiative, this year MUSEC is once again offering the finalists the opportunity to exhibit their work in a temporary exhibition - Unpublished Photo 2021 - set up in the Spazio Maraini at Villa Malpensata (Lugano, Switzerland) from September 23rd 2021 to February 27th 2022.

Eco Hustler - HOOK LINE AND SINKER - Oceans Activist Tackles M&S On Dodgy Salmon -
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New push from broad alliance of scientists, activists, community groups and NGOs calls for M&S to ‘come clean about the damage caused by farmed salmon’ and ratchets up pressure on salmon industry’s shocking practices and supermarkets’ labelling.     “This is not just any smoked salmon. This is responsibly-sourced smoked salmon from a fancy supermarket …” So begins a cheeky and subversive spoof advert released today from campaigners ramping up their efforts to rein in the factory salmon-farming industry.   This punchy 90-second video, produced by Ecohustler Magazine, targets supermarkets that aggressively market farmed salmon to consumers as an ethical option—because it avoids wild stocks—when it actually takes up to 200 wild caught fish to feed one farmed salmon.    The short video stars oceans campaigner, author, TV presenter and founder of City to Sea - Natalie Fée. At the beginning of the video she appears like a typical TV model - tempted by the sultry marketing of a major brand. At the end she pushes the salmon away and declares her opposition to such a hugely environmentally damaging product.   Petition targets Marks and Spencer   Farmed salmon is Marks & Spencer’s ‘most important seafood raw material by both volume and value,’ using 10,000 tonnes of Scottish farmed salmon per year.    The supermarket specifically emphasizes the quality and sustainability of their products and all its salmon is labelled “responsibly sourced” despite the increasingly well documented impacts of open-cage factory-farming in Scotland.   Factory salmon farms in Scotland have mortality rates of up to 20%—way beyond what would be tolerated on land. Those animals that do survive live lives of unimaginable torment: often plagued with disease and sea-lice parasites.   The petition, hosted on 38 Degrees, can be found here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon   Matt Mellen, the Editor of Ecohustler, who set up the petition says -    “At a time when so many of us are seeking to lessen our environmental impact it is totally irresponsible and wrong for a trusted brand such as Marks and Spencer to market factory-farmed salmon as an ethical and sustainable (“responsible”) option.    Given the immense harm this industry does both to coastal ecosystems both in Scotland and beyond, these products should come with a warning label. Instead consumers are being told they are ok to eat.   We urge anyone who shares these concerns to sign our petition calling on Marks and Spencer to come clean about the impacts of their farmed salmon.”   Growing awareness of issues facing our oceans   The general public is increasingly aware of the perilous state of our oceans and how important it is for collective human behaviour to change. Netflix recently released the documentary Seaspiracy which explores the impact of overfishing on ocean ecosystems. The documentary specifically looked at both Scottish salmon farming and also the mislabelling of fish products by retailers.    Natalie Fée, star of the video says:    “In our busy lives, we generally don’t have the time or inclination to research everything we eat and buy, and nor should we have to. Our supermarkets should practice genuine transparency when it comes to the labelling and sustainability of their products and our government should legislate these kinds of claims. Until that day, avoiding farmed salmon and signing our petition are two ways you can take action today to bring about the changes we need to see.”   Salmon farming and whales   The video was made with the support of Mirthquake Foundation - a charity that explores the human connection with cetaceans.    Napier Marten, CEO, says -    “Mirthquake fully endorses Ecohustler’s position. Wild salmon, a cetacean staple, are diminishing in number as diseased farm stock escape and breed with wild salmon. The impact of salmon farming practices on both cetaceans and humans, as well as many other species, is demonstrable and considerable.   Operators of Scottish salmon farms have clearly put faith in veterinary science while operating in a benign, perhaps toothless, regulatory environment. In circumstances where operators are plainly failing to meet the challenge of keeping farms clean and sustainable, shareholders, managers, scientific advisers and consumers would all do well to consider whether ever-cheaper, tasteless and medicated salmon should continue to be eaten let alone produced.”  The petition is here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon

Eco Hustler - HOOK LINE AND SINKER - Oceans Activist Tackles M&S On Dodgy Salmon -
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Food Underwater Celebrity Endorsement Director Online Mag Film

New push from broad alliance of scientists, activists, community groups and NGOs calls for M&S to ‘come clean about the damage caused by farmed salmon’ and ratchets up pressure on salmon industry’s shocking practices and supermarkets’ labelling.     “This is not just any smoked salmon. This is responsibly-sourced smoked salmon from a fancy supermarket …” So begins a cheeky and subversive spoof advert released today from campaigners ramping up their efforts to rein in the factory salmon-farming industry.   This punchy 90-second video, produced by Ecohustler Magazine, targets supermarkets that aggressively market farmed salmon to consumers as an ethical option—because it avoids wild stocks—when it actually takes up to 200 wild caught fish to feed one farmed salmon.    The short video stars oceans campaigner, author, TV presenter and founder of City to Sea - Natalie Fée. At the beginning of the video she appears like a typical TV model - tempted by the sultry marketing of a major brand. At the end she pushes the salmon away and declares her opposition to such a hugely environmentally damaging product.   Petition targets Marks and Spencer   Farmed salmon is Marks & Spencer’s ‘most important seafood raw material by both volume and value,’ using 10,000 tonnes of Scottish farmed salmon per year.    The supermarket specifically emphasizes the quality and sustainability of their products and all its salmon is labelled “responsibly sourced” despite the increasingly well documented impacts of open-cage factory-farming in Scotland.   Factory salmon farms in Scotland have mortality rates of up to 20%—way beyond what would be tolerated on land. Those animals that do survive live lives of unimaginable torment: often plagued with disease and sea-lice parasites.   The petition, hosted on 38 Degrees, can be found here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon   Matt Mellen, the Editor of Ecohustler, who set up the petition says -    “At a time when so many of us are seeking to lessen our environmental impact it is totally irresponsible and wrong for a trusted brand such as Marks and Spencer to market factory-farmed salmon as an ethical and sustainable (“responsible”) option.    Given the immense harm this industry does both to coastal ecosystems both in Scotland and beyond, these products should come with a warning label. Instead consumers are being told they are ok to eat.   We urge anyone who shares these concerns to sign our petition calling on Marks and Spencer to come clean about the impacts of their farmed salmon.”   Growing awareness of issues facing our oceans   The general public is increasingly aware of the perilous state of our oceans and how important it is for collective human behaviour to change. Netflix recently released the documentary Seaspiracy which explores the impact of overfishing on ocean ecosystems. The documentary specifically looked at both Scottish salmon farming and also the mislabelling of fish products by retailers.    Natalie Fée, star of the video says:    “In our busy lives, we generally don’t have the time or inclination to research everything we eat and buy, and nor should we have to. Our supermarkets should practice genuine transparency when it comes to the labelling and sustainability of their products and our government should legislate these kinds of claims. Until that day, avoiding farmed salmon and signing our petition are two ways you can take action today to bring about the changes we need to see.”   Salmon farming and whales   The video was made with the support of Mirthquake Foundation - a charity that explores the human connection with cetaceans.    Napier Marten, CEO, says -    “Mirthquake fully endorses Ecohustler’s position. Wild salmon, a cetacean staple, are diminishing in number as diseased farm stock escape and breed with wild salmon. The impact of salmon farming practices on both cetaceans and humans, as well as many other species, is demonstrable and considerable.   Operators of Scottish salmon farms have clearly put faith in veterinary science while operating in a benign, perhaps toothless, regulatory environment. In circumstances where operators are plainly failing to meet the challenge of keeping farms clean and sustainable, shareholders, managers, scientific advisers and consumers would all do well to consider whether ever-cheaper, tasteless and medicated salmon should continue to be eaten let alone produced.”  The petition is here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon

Eco Hustler - HOOK LINE AND SINKER - Oceans Activist Tackles M&S On Dodgy Salmon -
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New push from broad alliance of scientists, activists, community groups and NGOs calls for M&S to ‘come clean about the damage caused by farmed salmon’ and ratchets up pressure on salmon industry’s shocking practices and supermarkets’ labelling.     “This is not just any smoked salmon. This is responsibly-sourced smoked salmon from a fancy supermarket …” So begins a cheeky and subversive spoof advert released today from campaigners ramping up their efforts to rein in the factory salmon-farming industry.   This punchy 90-second video, produced by Ecohustler Magazine, targets supermarkets that aggressively market farmed salmon to consumers as an ethical option—because it avoids wild stocks—when it actually takes up to 200 wild caught fish to feed one farmed salmon.    The short video stars oceans campaigner, author, TV presenter and founder of City to Sea - Natalie Fée. At the beginning of the video she appears like a typical TV model - tempted by the sultry marketing of a major brand. At the end she pushes the salmon away and declares her opposition to such a hugely environmentally damaging product.   Petition targets Marks and Spencer   Farmed salmon is Marks & Spencer’s ‘most important seafood raw material by both volume and value,’ using 10,000 tonnes of Scottish farmed salmon per year.    The supermarket specifically emphasizes the quality and sustainability of their products and all its salmon is labelled “responsibly sourced” despite the increasingly well documented impacts of open-cage factory-farming in Scotland.   Factory salmon farms in Scotland have mortality rates of up to 20%—way beyond what would be tolerated on land. Those animals that do survive live lives of unimaginable torment: often plagued with disease and sea-lice parasites.   The petition, hosted on 38 Degrees, can be found here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon   Matt Mellen, the Editor of Ecohustler, who set up the petition says -    “At a time when so many of us are seeking to lessen our environmental impact it is totally irresponsible and wrong for a trusted brand such as Marks and Spencer to market factory-farmed salmon as an ethical and sustainable (“responsible”) option.    Given the immense harm this industry does both to coastal ecosystems both in Scotland and beyond, these products should come with a warning label. Instead consumers are being told they are ok to eat.   We urge anyone who shares these concerns to sign our petition calling on Marks and Spencer to come clean about the impacts of their farmed salmon.”   Growing awareness of issues facing our oceans   The general public is increasingly aware of the perilous state of our oceans and how important it is for collective human behaviour to change. Netflix recently released the documentary Seaspiracy which explores the impact of overfishing on ocean ecosystems. The documentary specifically looked at both Scottish salmon farming and also the mislabelling of fish products by retailers.    Natalie Fée, star of the video says:    “In our busy lives, we generally don’t have the time or inclination to research everything we eat and buy, and nor should we have to. Our supermarkets should practice genuine transparency when it comes to the labelling and sustainability of their products and our government should legislate these kinds of claims. Until that day, avoiding farmed salmon and signing our petition are two ways you can take action today to bring about the changes we need to see.”   Salmon farming and whales   The video was made with the support of Mirthquake Foundation - a charity that explores the human connection with cetaceans.    Napier Marten, CEO, says -    “Mirthquake fully endorses Ecohustler’s position. Wild salmon, a cetacean staple, are diminishing in number as diseased farm stock escape and breed with wild salmon. The impact of salmon farming practices on both cetaceans and humans, as well as many other species, is demonstrable and considerable.   Operators of Scottish salmon farms have clearly put faith in veterinary science while operating in a benign, perhaps toothless, regulatory environment. In circumstances where operators are plainly failing to meet the challenge of keeping farms clean and sustainable, shareholders, managers, scientific advisers and consumers would all do well to consider whether ever-cheaper, tasteless and medicated salmon should continue to be eaten let alone produced.”  The petition is here - https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/come-clean-about-the-damage-caused-by-your-farmed-salmon

New Music Video For COLLETTE COOPER ‘LOST SOUL’ Directed by Eddie Apollo & Sadie Frost
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Blonde To Black Pictures and Thelonious Punk Records present the music video for ‘Lost Soul’ by Collette Cooper. Directed by the sought after artist and animator Eddie Apollo and renowned filmmaker and entrepreneur Sadie Frost, the video immortalizes the vocalist, songwriter and multi-disciplinary artist Collette Cooper, in a vibrant and unique aesthetic that captures the spirit of the deep rooted, raw blues music that it was created to accompany.

New Music Video For COLLETTE COOPER ‘LOST SOUL’ Directed by Eddie Apollo & Sadie Frost
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Blonde To Black Pictures and Thelonious Punk Records present the music video for ‘Lost Soul’ by Collette Cooper. Directed by the sought after artist and animator Eddie Apollo and renowned filmmaker and entrepreneur Sadie Frost, the video immortalizes the vocalist, songwriter and multi-disciplinary artist Collette Cooper, in a vibrant and unique aesthetic that captures the spirit of the deep rooted, raw blues music that it was created to accompany.

New Music Video For COLLETTE COOPER ‘LOST SOUL’ Directed by Eddie Apollo & Sadie Frost
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Animation Actor Celebrity Endorsement Director Animation Celebrity People Art Music Prod Film

Blonde To Black Pictures and Thelonious Punk Records present the music video for ‘Lost Soul’ by Collette Cooper. Directed by the sought after artist and animator Eddie Apollo and renowned filmmaker and entrepreneur Sadie Frost, the video immortalizes the vocalist, songwriter and multi-disciplinary artist Collette Cooper, in a vibrant and unique aesthetic that captures the spirit of the deep rooted, raw blues music that it was created to accompany.

New Music Video For COLLETTE COOPER ‘LOST SOUL’ Directed by Eddie Apollo & Sadie Frost
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Animation Actor Celebrity Endorsement Director Animation Celebrity People Art Music Prod Film

Blonde To Black Pictures and Thelonious Punk Records present the music video for ‘Lost Soul’ by Collette Cooper. Directed by the sought after artist and animator Eddie Apollo and renowned filmmaker and entrepreneur Sadie Frost, the video immortalizes the vocalist, songwriter and multi-disciplinary artist Collette Cooper, in a vibrant and unique aesthetic that captures the spirit of the deep rooted, raw blues music that it was created to accompany.

Mick Rock and Fin DAC Present Midaro at West-Contemporary-Editions
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MIDARO - ONLINE EXHIBITION AND PRINT RELEASE. Mick Rock x Fin DAC – Legendary photographer teams up with international street art innovator for a highly anticipated project titled ‘MIDARO’ - West Contemporary are proud to announce the artistic collision of two of the international art market’s most influential working names, Mick Rock and Fin DAC. This will be a first ever collaboration for the two leaders of their chosen media. Combining their decades-long honing of their respective crafts of photography and painting, both artists have an unprecedented demand that makes this marriage of art a particularly poignant partnership. Separately enjoying a loyal global following and with available works being such a rarity, this fusion allows for collectors and enthusiasts to finally see a much requested link-up that will produce coveted artworks as the first major open release of the year for both artists. https://www.west-contemporary-editions.com

Mick Rock and Fin DAC Present Midaro at West-Contemporary-Editions
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MIDARO - ONLINE EXHIBITION AND PRINT RELEASE. Mick Rock x Fin DAC – Legendary photographer teams up with international street art innovator for a highly anticipated project titled ‘MIDARO’ - West Contemporary are proud to announce the artistic collision of two of the international art market’s most influential working names, Mick Rock and Fin DAC. This will be a first ever collaboration for the two leaders of their chosen media. Combining their decades-long honing of their respective crafts of photography and painting, both artists have an unprecedented demand that makes this marriage of art a particularly poignant partnership. Separately enjoying a loyal global following and with available works being such a rarity, this fusion allows for collectors and enthusiasts to finally see a much requested link-up that will produce coveted artworks as the first major open release of the year for both artists. https://www.west-contemporary-editions.com