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If tattoos could talk

If tattoos could talk

Featured, Lifestyle, Society
From Winston Churchill’s anchor tattoo to Beckham’s fully-inked arm, body art has been a form of creative expression for hundreds of years. Nowadays, tattoos are becoming mainstream, but is there more than what meets the eye? These “fashionable ink accessories” have been a part of the British subculture since the Victorian era, when they were incredibly popular amongst sailors. Back then, the visual impact of the basic anchor, usually located on the shoulder wasn’t supposed to be attractive, but rather thoughtful. Tattoos had one duty: to tell stories about the sailors’ voyages and the places where they served. Gone are the days when tattoo studios were only found in back alleys on the outskirts of London. Due to its alternative and cultural vibes, the capital of the UK serves
The all new way to give to charity

The all new way to give to charity

Food
Camden’s Roundhouse is now serving four beers that allow punters to donate to charity just by drinking them. The independent music venue that prides itself on helping individuals to reach their potential and grow creatively by encouraging them to engage with the arts, is now also doing its bit for charity. The four beers are; Brewgooder, Hiver, Toast and Hibernation. Here is how you can help, simply by enjoying them… Brewgooder – The Brewdog brewery has joined forces with the campaign Brewgooder to make their 4.9% Clean Water Lager. 100% of the profits made from this beer is used to fund projects carried out by water charities in the developing world! Brewgooder aims to provide 1 million people with clean drinking water. So #DrinkBeerGiveWater! Hiver – Honey acts as an ingr
10 underrated places in London that will spice up your Instagram feed

10 underrated places in London that will spice up your Instagram feed

culture, Featured, Lifestyle, Travel, UK
From Big Ben to The London Eye, and from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, we’ve all been there and taken tonnes of obligatory photos to show our friends and followers the many historical sights that London has to offer.  However there are countless less popular spots in the city that are just as photogenic and interesting to visit. Below, we’ve gathered 10 underrated spots in London that will help you to explore the capital to its fullest potential: Warren Mews Background: Located within the Borough of Camden, the eye-catching Warren Mews is an old-fashioned impasse accessible through an entrance under a building on Warren Street. Its original purpose was to provide coach house accommodation for the main houses on surrounding streets, but it’s now mainly used for commer
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