v.a.u.l.t travels back in time on our trusty pre-1987 steel bicycles, in Eroica Britannia 2015. 3000 riders in the Peak District in Derbyshire, over 3 cycle routes. Here’s our tell-all.
If we were asked to create an Art Film on cycling, this would be it. Revel in the Tunnel. For our full story coverage, read here: http://www.vault-mag.com/2015/08/20/eroica-britannia-2015/
Eroica Britanna’s allure wasn’t just the ride. The Bakewell Showground played host to a 3-day vintage festival with live music, a bustling bike jumble, a carnival and lots and lots of beer.
We came, we rode, and we eventually conquered. This is Part 1 of 3 videos we filmed from our GoPro Hero 4.
Into its second year now, festival goers can expect a lineup of hip hop epics – American rapper Fat Joe, pioneers of the conscious rap game Arrested Development, and Detroit-based Slum Village to name a few.
The Autumn Winter ’15 collection comprising of four knitted shirts and two footwear styles celebrates the spirit of the working class figureheads behind both brands, Frederick John Perry and Jim Marshall.
Meet the Heart & Soul of The Cajun Kings
For the purist, this may be a step too far out of the comfort (or should we say discomfort) zone. For the irreverent, spontaneous yet honouring of its heritage, this news might be too good to be true. And just perhaps, those are the free spirits which Converse had intended to reach.
Established in 2012, The Cajun Kings is a Cajun seafood boil restaurant in Singapore. An original local concept brought to Singapore by Melvin Chen, Andrei Soen and Marcus Kok, here’s an insight to the city’s favourite seafood boil restaurant.
This 2014 rarity has just resurfaced, & we’re sure it’ll get sold out in the blink of an eye. Which is why we’re doing our duty as a magazine to inform you of this chance. “New Eva” is the 3rd art toy figure Ajee has sculpted.
We fell in love with these prints the minute we saw them. Read on to find out where to get them.
Leading us into the national public holiday this first week of August is disco duo Holy Ghost! from NYC.
Ya heard it, so brace yourself for nightlong boogie and boozing at newly-refurbished The Rabbit Hole.
OFF THE RAILS brings the rail corridor back to life again with a mind-boggling array of psychedelic musicians, graffiti artists and grub-givers.
What can 1000m², 600 liters of paint, 20 French and international graffiti artists mean? 1 night of incredulous painting, heaps of paint and 30 days of exposure in the 10th edition of Facing The Wall.