Female racing car drivers in the West Bank. Women of colour running for political office in the US. The first female Sharia judge. Award-winning director and cinematographer Amber Fares is interested in diverse stories that give volume to, and develop understanding of, lesser heard voices. Her feature-length directorial debut, 'Speed Sisters' (2015), has played at over 70 film festivals around the world, picking up multiple audience and jury awards, and 'The Judge' (2018), on which she was cinematographer and co-producer, has just won a Peabody Award (the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize for broadcasting and documentaries). Thanks to her connections with one of our League of Strangers members, we carved out some time for quick chat from her home in Brooklyn...
From floorboards to gin glasses, solid wool resin to soap stamps, hip flasks to leather patches for jeans – and much more besides – Jenny Shipley sure knows how to cut it. With a laser. Her eye-catching creations are lighting up different ways of doing business everywhere, from wooden bar tokens for Do Lectures to sustainability awards.
From immersive zombie shooting to house-hunting to training yourself to survive a bear attack, virtual reality (VR) technology has long left the realms of sci-fi to move into the realms of, well, everything.
Where you there? Naomi Frears and Luke Vibert’s car park wondershow, 'All Going Nowhere Together', is sure to fuel excited whispers for years to come…
From prehistoric to punk, rap to rock n' roll, Brandon Stosuy and Nick Radford's beautifully illustrated musical trip is a delight for adults and children alike.
“I probably looked like a hectic spider doing contemporary dance.” Dan Arnold, the artist behind our studio’s striking new window installation gives us a sneak peek into his creative process.
Creative? Want to raise your profile? How about slapping your finest work all over our great big windows?
We love a good Christmas card, don't get us wrong – but this year we wanted to do something that would last a bit longer than going in the recycling bin come January.
We're taking the pain out of Christmas shopping with a hearty measure of cocktails, records and festive cheer in our first ever pop-up shop...
Everyone thinks and does things differently, has different comfort zones. Can modelling this help us work better?
A homage to Peter Gilchrist (5.9.42–27.5.15). Guiding light and Stranger’s founding father.
With less than half of brands rating their content marketing as effective, how can we be more strategic about the way we approach our content to make it work harder?
Blondie, Bourdin and bedroom selfies: from the advent of punk to shoe-inspired visual storytelling and the Instagram generation, a brief foray into the timeless power of image...
A beautiful film to remember the Raft event – and remind us of the lessons learned about creativity, impossibility and the inspiration to be found in the unlikeliest of places.