Superimpose Magazine

Superimpose Magazine is an visual showcase of the brightest creative and entrepreneurial talent local to Bermondsey Village, and south east London as a whole.

Photographers Anya Rice and Ben Mostyn document human interest stories local to the area, with photo essays, HD videos, and pithy, to-the-point interviews.

www.superimposemag.com

Shot a feature about Nigel of Bermondsey yesterday! What a talented dude. And he was the bassist of Gay Dad!

Yuck are awesome, methinks

 

and it had a choc-chip cookie base.. lush. on a sweet kick, currently

V22 Young London

On the weekend we shot a feature for the V22 Young London art show - a showcase of 35 of the brightest emerging talents in the London art scene. The event was great; loads of interesting work and interesting characters. And it was a pound a beer. Yesss. The full feature will be online soon!

 

Heading off to photograph the Young London art exhibition tonight.. 35 of the brightest emerging artists from around the city.. 50,000 square foot exhibition space.. should be interesting. 

Links here and here 

Holla

Wonder Hill Market

Lil’ sneaky peek of our next Superimpose Magazine feature - the wonderful Wonder Hill Market, in a pub under the shadow of the Shard..  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The rest of the photo essay, an interview with Kiki, the market’s creator, and a video will be on the Superimpose Magazine website soon!

Southbank Mosaics

There’s a new feature up on Superimpose Magazine - this time about Southbank Mosaics, a community art centre based near Waterloo Station in London. The centre teaches the art of mosaic-making to the general public, as well as helping homeless people and inmates on parole to learn a new skill and contribute something positive. The centre’s director, David Tootill, is a top bloke, and deserves a medal for all the good things he is doing.