LSD Magazine interviews T.wat

With the perfect on the job experience in the hit and run world of the long lens, camped up a tree then making a break for it world of the paparazzi, Twat has brought his ninja skills and trained eye to the public spirited world of street art. Tying up…

Pirating the Waves

It’s a bitterly cold night in London town. The concrete monuments to urban modernity stand tall in the night, illuminating the shimmering cityscape, hurling small squares of light into the wind and across the moment.  Two shadowy figures ride the rooftops, brandishing their metal arsenal and slowly lift it into…

LSD Magazine interviews Chihiro

Tell us a little about the graffiti / street art scene in Romania? I feel that in Romania- in general- a few artists exist who started by themselves. Maybe because street art appeared too late. The style is the usual NYC style,  with messages copied from the West. People are…

Sclater Street – End of an Era

The hoardings surrounding the development site in Sclater Street has been painted by hundreds of international graffiti writers and street artists. The Brick Lane area is a hive of artistic creativity in all formats. It’s no surprise artists from overseas were lined up almost daily to paint the walls and…

Reality as Subversion – Douglas Rushkoff

I had a weird vision the other day. Having brought our newborn back from the hospital just days before, my wife and I weren’t getting much sleep. I lied on the bed next to the baby and slipped into one of those theta wave trances you can reach on the…

Security Stories

Picture the scene. Massive fuck off warehouse in South London and I mean massive – need to change trains  3 times to get from one end to the other and then walk 20 minutes. Proper warehouse and a sublime venue. So we’re in there setting up; the rig is up…

LSD Magazine interviews MC Chalky White

What were you doing before you joined the Acid House movement? Before the Acid House movement I was spending time cutting up the ice playing ice hockey and working on Portobello Market. How were you introduced to Acid House? I was introduced to Acid house through a friend. You were…

Emergent Artificial Consciousness

To this day, the Internet has been growing for roughly 30 years, but the commercially accessible web as we know it is not yet 15 years old. Early economic models of the web suggested it would be like television, but better. In retrospect, this ‘Television 2.0’ phase passed as quickly…

LSD Magazine interviews Mantis

South African artist Mantis has combined skills honed in fine art, a subversive spirit and a pure street attitude to create some of the most thought provoking work of the last few years. Heavyweight issues and moments of social penetration speak out in the language of flawed beauty and provoke…

Owsley Stanley – RSH

When we think of the 1960s certain inherent images and ideas come to mind. The branded version of «the 60’s’ has become so strong in the conscious of contemporary culture as a specific ideology, a specific time and place full of specific ideas, actions and outcomes. The sixties have come…