MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize®–winning novel MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN  is a magical tale of the destinies of the children born at the stroke of midnight August 15, 1947 – the cusp of India’s Independence, – and has finally been adapted to film. GRASSGRASS is proud to present an exclusive interview with the celebrated Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta who ventured to realise this […]

Gold in the Crucible

For three days the Hoxton Arches were the site of the extraordinary exhibition Gold in the Crucible which was a kind of symbolic coming of age for the participating artists, in form of a continuation of the sculptural exploration with trans:form earlier this year. Curated by Hanna Laura Kaljo the exhibition was the processual result of the six artists […]

PRETTY SUCKS

WAH LA LA! American Apparel on Acid – that is how we roll (and leap, and fall). Hamburg-based designer Bea Engelmann revolts against the rigid chic of the Northern city – and the youthful exuberance spills over to London. As the fosterling of CUTE  MONSTR, the label caters to those who joyfully worship the unperfectly perfect […]

NOBODY KNOWS IT’S YOURS

In the same way it would be terrible for you to miss your period/flight to see your lover/your mom’s birthday, it would’ve been terrible to miss the launch of NOBODY KNOWS IT’S YOURS ! Hence why if you happened to, we have this consolatory blog entry. Nobody Knows It’s Yours – GRASSGRASS’ official life+++style blog […]

Mike Stout designs for Paranoid Mandroid

Few people one arbitrarily meets are as exciting and talented as Mike Stout… it’s almost esteem-shattering. This is a name you’ll have to keep an eye out for, or maybe two, or hire several professional spies to keep tabs – whatever floats your boat. Mike’s work is at once obscure, surreal, comedic and controversial – […]

NO THANX!

“Baddie Bags are testimonies to the casual mockery of extreme irony. The title “Baddie Bags” allude to a negation of the concept of “Goodie Bags”. The intention of Baddie Bags is to be “anti” Goodie Bags, rejecting its purpose by being sold for £10 instead of being free, and being empty instead of filled with […]