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And check out The Guardian's coverage on Zebra One Gallery's rare, Kate Garner images of David Bowie, right this very here:
theguardian.com In his song Five Years, Bowie imagined a dying Earth. Five years on from his death, it seems to have come true – yet he continues to uplift us
Loving The Luxury Channel's coverage on the rare David Bowie images that Zebra One Gallery has released, from an extraordinary, 1995 LA shoot with the Starman, which saw him tied up with ropes and suspended from the ceiling, wrapped in bandages and put inside a giant tube. They are the only Bowie images Garner has left, after her entire photograph collection was stolen from storage in LA, 12 years ago. Fortunately, a friend had rescued this piece of history by keeping a handful of prints and negatives in his London studio.https://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/rare-images-of-david-bowie-released-to-mark-the-stars-birthday/
theluxurychannel.com To mark what would have been David Bowie’s 73rd birthday on 8th January, Zebra One Gallery is releasing three, rare images of the late icon by celebrated photographer Kate Garner, in an exclusive new series of signed colourways.
Here's Scene Magazine 's piece about the David Bowie photographs that have made headlines this month. They are on sale exclusively through Zebra One Gallery
KentOnline News reports on Zebra One Gallery releasing rare David Bowie images on what would have been his 74th birthday https://www.kentonline.co.uk/maidstone/news/amp/david-bowie-remembered-through-his-kent-gigs-240421/
kentonline.co.uk On the fifth anniversary of David Bowie's death, we look at how Kent helped hoist a young Davie Jones to super-stardom.
Aaaaaand here's Daily Mail's big feature about Zebra One Gallery marking what would have been David Bowie’s 74th birthday on 8 January, by releasing three, rare images of the late icon by celebrated photographer Kate Garner in an exclusive, new series of signed colourways.
The images are from an extraordinary, 1995 LA shoot with the Starman, which saw him tied up with ropes and suspended from the ceiling, wrapped in bandages and put inside a giant tube. They are the only Bowie images Garner has left, after her entire photograph collection was stolen from storage in LA, 12 years ago. Fortunately, a friend had rescued this piece of history by keeping a handful of prints and negatives in his London studio.
David Bowie posed wrapped in bandages and suspended from the ceiling in a quirky 1995 shoot released to mark the late rocker's 74th birthday on January 8.
World Music cover the story about Zebra One Gallery releasing rare photos of David Bowie by photographer, Kate Garner. https://worldmusic.blog/news-uncommon-images-of-david-bowie-by-kate-garner-launched-by-zebra-one-gallery-bowie-information/
worldmusic.blog David Bowie would have celebrated his 73rd birthday on January 8th and in memory of the great man, the Zebra One Gallery has published three rare and very special photos of the famous photographer's deceased icon (former singer with) Haysi Fantayzee) Kate Garner. They are sold exclusively through th...
Here's Brighton Magazine's article about the Zebra One Gallery David Bowie images making headline today... https://magazine.brighton.co.uk/?art_id=5717
Neal McClelland discusses Zebra One Gallery's David Bowie images by Kate Garner on his Downtown radio show.
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Feast your eyeballs on Ransom Note's piece on the rare David Bowie images released by Zebra One Gallery, from an extraordinary shoot which saw him suspended from the ceiling by ropes and wrapped in bandages.
theransomnote.com London's Zebra One Gallery are releasing the only remaining images from photographer Kate Garner's collection.
Here's Ham & High's piece about Zebra One Gallery releasing rare David Bowie images in exclusive, new colourways to mark what would have been the Starman's 74th birthday.
hamhigh.co.uk Three rare images of David Bowie by celebrated photographer Kate Garner have been released by a Hampstead gallery to mark what would have been the icon's...
Loving Digital Camera World's feature about the extraordinary, Kate Garner images of David Bowie, which saw him tied up with ropes and suspended from the ceiling, wrapped in bandages and put inside a giant tube.
They are on sale in gold, pink and black and white editions exclusively through Zebra One Gallery
digitalcameraworld.com David Bowie would have been 73 this week. To mark the occasion photographer Kate Garner tells the tale of her 1995 shoot with the legendary artist
Louder Than War Magazine cover the release of Kate Garner's David Bowie images by Zebra One Gallery, the week that the Starman would have turned 74.
louderthanwar.com David Bowie would have been celebrating his 73rd birthday on 8th January and in memory of the great man, Zebra One Gallery have released three, rare and Bowie by photographer Kate Garner
Check out Arts and Collections fabulous piece about the rare David Bowie photos Zebra One Gallery is releasing, ahead of what would have been his 74th birthday https://www.artsandcollections.com/david-bowies-birthday-marked-by-release-of-rare-1995-photos/
artsandcollections.com To mark what would have been singer David Bowie’s 73rd birthday on 8th January, Zebra One Gallery is releasing three rare images
Check out this delicious, half-pager in today's Daily Record about the rare David Bowie images from an extraordinary, 1995 LA shoot with Kate Garner, which saw him tied up with ropes and suspended from the ceiling, wrapped in bandages and put inside a giant tube.
They are the only Bowie images Garner has left, after her entire photograph collection was stolen from storage in LA, 12 years ago and are being sold exclusively through Zebra One Gallery in new colourways, to celebrate what would have been his 74th birthday.
Kicking off the year with a slew of juicy press about Zebra One Gallery marking what would have been David Bowie’s 74th birthday on 8 January, by releasing three, rare images of the late icon by celebrated photographer Kate Garner in an exclusive, new series of signed colourways.
Here's Daily Mirror's BRILLIANT piece on it in today's paper ❤️
WOAH! We received the most incredible, thoughtful gift from Nick and the Vaughtons team this week.
We worked together on the awesome #nhsthankyoupin campaign (alongside the ace Karen Parry and Adam Rowley.) It was a pleasure to work with such a dream team on an incredibly important launch.
The badges are still available (head over to Vaughtons.com) with profits going to #nhscharitiestogether.
Now, we need to decide whether to hang this up or crack it open and superglue the wings to our car... 😁
Check out Financial Times How to Spend It TODAY for this fabulous piece about Zebra One Gallery teaming up with Mason Storm to sell prints of his Feed the Hungry piece to raise much needed funds for Cook to Care
Here's Ham & High's print piece about Zebra One Gallery teaming up with bold and provocative artist, Mason Storm to release 50 limited edition prints of his ‘Feed the Hungry’ painting with ALL funds raised going to Cook to Care's work, feeding those in need.
Fancy getting your weekend off to a banger? The Prodigy's MAXIM will be chatting live to South Africa's MIX FM at 6pm (UK time), about art, music, and what the future holds for him.
And he'll be spinning some of his new tunes for the first time, fresh from his studio!
You can tune in right here: https://iono.fm/s/113
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If you missed it on the telly box, you can watch back Dr Ian Cunningham's fascinating interview with Latest TV about SML College and how they operate a zero bullying or truancy college and their successful alternative to mainstream education.
thelatest.co.uk Latest TV Presenter, Yael Breuer, discusses anti-bullying week. Celebrated academic, Dr Ian Cunningham, invented Self Managed Learning and founded the revolutionary SML College, which boasts zero bullying or truancy and a 100% success rate of sending its pupils on to full-time work (including doctor...
Feast your peepers on our insanely talented client Patterned drawings by Peter Mammes' stop motion video of the creation of his big piece for his forthcoming To Die For exhibition in February
Ham & High reports on Zebra One Gallery joining forces with bold and provocative artist, Mason Storm to release 50 limited edition prints of his ‘Feed the Hungry’ painting with ALL funds raised going to Cook to Care's work, feeding those in need.
Enigmatic, mask-wearing artist, Mason Storm was famously rumoured to be Banksy after the technically sophisticated style of Devolved Parliament - which sold for a record £9.9 million at auction - led art critics to question Banksy’s part in its creation and identify striking similarities between the chimps in the masterpiece and monkeys in Storm’s work.
Storm denied this at the time, but the two artists do share a talent for poignant and wry social commentary, like Storm’s ‘Feed the Hungry’ piece, a reworking of a Norman Rockwell vintage classic, but with the rag-wearing, emaciated boys painting graffiti on the wall, which reads: “Hungry.”
Signed, A3 limited edition prints of the piece can be bought for £150 each from the gallery’s website or alternatively, people can donate to Cook to Care’s Go Fund Me Page.
hamhigh.co.uk Hampstead’s Zebra One Gallery is selling the mask-wearing artist’s work to raise funds for Cook To Care’s project supplying free meals to Londoners in need
To mark the start of #AntiBullyingWeek, Parents News UK reports on how SML College has succeeded in operating a zero-bullying college since it opened, nearly 20 years ago.
parents-news.co.uk Celebrated academic Dr Ian Cunningham invented Self-Managed Learning and founded the revolutionary SML College, which boasts zero bullying or
Check out this important, double-page-spread in West Sussex County Times to mark #AntiBullyingWeek, explaining how SML College has managed to operate as a zero-bullying college.
In its entire, 20-year history, the college has had zero instances of bullying. Yet bullying is endemic in the school system.
A survey published on 20 September showed that 46% of school children had experienced bullying. One in 10 children said they had felt suicidal due to bullying; one in seven had changed school or turned to home schooling due to bullying.
And a young person experiencing traumatic bullying at school is significantly more likely to suffer psychosis in adult life than those who have not.
This piece reveals how the college has achieved this and gives advice to those struggling with bullying
How far can students be left to organise their own learning, with teachers stepping back into the role of facilitators? All the way, explains the founder of SML College, Dr Ian Cunningham in this fascinating Teaching Times piece.
The revolutionary college has no classrooms, no imposed curriculum, no lessons and no ‘teachers’ and allows students aged nine to 17 to choose their own studies, which they can learn in any manner they choose and only requires them to be present in the mornings, giving them time to enjoy their own activities.
The system motivates, excites and develops personal leadership, so every student from SML College has gone on to further education or full-time work, including doctors, film directors and engineers; there is zero bullying; summer-born children aren’t discriminated against and the college tracks former students to monitor future life satisfaction, which has shown that this model really works.
teachingtimes.com How far can students be left to organise their own learning, with teachers stepping back into the role of facilitators? All the way, asserts head Ian Cunningham
The Prodigy's MAXIM talks art, soft furnishings, and how nobody's breaking the rules like his band any more...
Big thanks to The Metro for a great interview
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metro.co.uk The Prodigy's iconic MC on the government retraining fiasco, The Prodigy's legacy, and his love of Heal's and soft furnishings.
Check out this fascinating, double-page-spread thought piece by SML College founder Dr Ian Cunningham, about the disadvantages of labels like OCD, ADHD, ASC or even deafness and the importance of getting to know the individuals behind the labels to respond to the reality, rather than crass generalisations.
And on p21 of Country Life Magazine, Zebra One Gallery's Helmut Newton retrospective is selected as their unmissable, must see event
Check out this fantastic feature about Zebra One Gallery's Helmut Newton: 100 Years exhibition on p48 of Country Life Magazine
To mark the centenary of Helmut Newton, one of the most important and controversial photographers of all time, we promoted Zebra One Gallery's powerful retrospective of his most iconic, influential or rare images.
Helmut Newton: 100 Years On featured 18 original vintage silver gelatine prints, showcasing the widely imitated fashion photographer's erotically charged, black and white vignettes, often with voyeuristic and fetishistic undertones, which were the cornerstone of fashion bibles like Vogue.
Our coverage had an online readership of 11 MILLION, a print circulation of 941,000 and resulted in 5.69 THOUSAND social shares.
It included GQ magazine, Arts and Collections, OutThere, and Jake as well as 20 FULL PAGE print pieces in titles including Daily Mirror, Yorkshire Evening Post, Edinburgh Evening News and Sheffield Star.
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Cult’s story began in 2009, when it was launched by former national journalists, Charli Morgan and Matt Glass.
They had experienced the often tedious, poorly targeted and lazy process of press release marketing from the other side of the media fence, and decided to use their experience, contacts and creativity to make the PR model they had needed as journalists, finding strong stories and telling them in exciting, engaging and memorable ways to media on tight deadlines.
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