Next week we are beginning our new film gallery residency programme in DreamBagsJaguarShoes basement space. Every month there will be a new set of films on show from independent film
CALLING ALL ASPIRING FILMMAKERS! NINTENDO 3DS XL & BFI have teamed up in their search for new creative talent with their 3D Short Filmmaking Competition. Nintendo and the BFI, both
XHIBIT winner Natalie Dawkins exhibits her acclaimed short film ‘Smile for the Camera’ in the JaguarShoes Collective Film Gallery this August.
Valerie Phillips, photographer and long-time collaborator with JaguarShoes Collective, launches her new zine MEOW.
As a part of our latest exhibition at DreamBagsJaguarShoes, ‘Lent’ by Ben Freeman, we have a brand new beautiful print for sale.
In summer 2010, our good friend Diana Scheunemann undertook an eight week road trip clockwise around the USA, starting and ending in New York. The aim of the trip was
Our friends Ruby Soho in Germany make really beautiful videos, which also have skateboarding in them…
Big thanks to all the artists involved, Andrew and his team at LCC and of course all of you that came down. Click HERE to see what went on.
As ever the ITHOUGHTIWASALONE photography collective are putting out more good stuff. They have just updated their site with new works from Jerry Hsu and Hamburger eyes co-founder Ray Potes Click HERE
We’ve just been sent a link to Louise Ingalls Sturges website from the delightful Chrissie Abbott. Louise takes beautiful photographs that capture freedom and mysticism. Definitely worth a look on a day
‘Trilogia della Morte’ is a new self published book by Photographer and previous DBJS exhibitor Lele Saveri. Inspired by a trilogy of the italian horror master Lucio Fulci, this 3 books-zine will
In April 2010 the Old Shoreditch played host to an exhibition of work by one the UK’s premier Skateboard photographers, Sam Ashley.
In February 2010, Photographer Rick Pushinsky exhibited his lateste personal project ‘The Death of Arthur’ at the Old Shoreditch Station.
In November 2009 as part of Photomonth, London based artist Tom Lovelace presented his most recent body of work at the Old Shoreditch station.
In July 2009 we were asked to host an exhibition at the downstairs space at Mother Advertising Agency. To see images of the exhibition and launch party follow the link.
In March 2009, to coincide with the launch of their latest collection, Roxy heart teamed up with JaguarShoes to present two exciting but very different photography exhibitions that celebrate all
In December 2008, Skate brand and Print studio ‘Loveneskate’ took over the Old Shoreditch station with an exhibition of Screenprints by their favourite artists.
In October 2008 the old shoreditch station hosted the latest edition of London Zine ‘Toy Pirate’, in the form of an exhibition and printed issue.
In July 2008 DreamBagsJaguarshoes showcased the photographical works from the Ithoughtiwasalone collective.
Deep Disco Culture – ‘It was a multisexual, hedonistic, exuberant time…’
Gay rodeo, underwater striptease, snow polo and a religious theme park. These are some of the strangest and incongruous fringe cultures and phenomena explored in photographic project ‘Hybrids’.
The photographer and documenter present’s an exhibition of his latest personal work, providing a unique insight into an area on the brink of change.
Jeff Metal refuses to be pigeon holed. Carving a name for himself as a graphic artist and musician in the UK hip-hop scene, he is also the portrait photographer most