Monday, September 24The Voice of London


Mister Westrup: jaw dropping digital illustrator

art, Arts, Uncategorized
Westrup is at the forefront of merging underground music with quality art and this deserves to be recognised. We’re not talking about the #hiphopart hashtag. Nah. Let’s talk UK now. Let’s talk Mister Westrup Words: Asma Qureshi, Subeditor: Tenelle Ottley-Matthew Mister Westrup is sick at vomiting drawings of women and rappers on my Twitter feed. A single tweet just doesn’t cut it when it comes to this talented digital artist from Colchester, Essex. Digital art is more technology intensive than it may seem. We’re surrounded by it, Starbucks festive cups to the futuristic spaces created by artists Dalziel and Pow. We are either too used to seeing digital art in our everyday lives or we see it as a complete extreme. Westrup has introduced his art as an alternative to traditional port
To Stay Or Not To Stay, That Is The Question

To Stay Or Not To Stay, That Is The Question

Other, Sport, Uncategorized
This year’s Rugby World Cup has brought tears, smiles and the pubs have had a few visitors as well. Colourful, patriotic shirts and unmistakable chants highlighted the rugby spirit across the UK. For some it became the perfect moment to draw a line under their international careers. Words: Ludovica D'Angio, Subeditor: Ena Bilobrk, Jack Everitt The end was marked as New Zealand and Australia met at Twickenham for the final everyone had expected from the start. The All Blacks went home with the cup, winning their second title in a row after starting with a brilliantly executed Haka. Led by their greatest player, Richie McCaw, and their fly-half supreme, Dan Carter. In the game itself, New Zealand did not disappoint, putting on an incredible display to clinch victory. Carter and McCaw, a