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Hey guys! I wish to apologise for the recent lack of updates, it's been a pretty hectic month as I've had to move house and possibly even move down to the beautiful city of London so Style Divisi...
Every year people boldly claim that ‘print is dead’ and here we are in 2015 still buying newspapers and magazines. Granted, the overall sales have definitely slumped but there’s something abo...
Now that the hype and memefest that surrounded the video for 'Hotline Bling' has died down I can speak honestly about this track without getting involved in pointless verbal arguments about Drake...
Something fresh for you guys this week, a friend of mine by the name of Chloe does some absolutely gorgeous illustrations and it was only a matter of time until they popped up on Style Division o...
Much has been written on the subject of genius. It appears in all forms, in all walks of life and yet the mere act of describing it inevitably falls short. Genius lies in the cracks, in the space...
Hey guys, the weekend is coming to a close, I'm nursing a mini hangover after learning about Scotch Whiskey yesterday so what better way to feel better about myself than collecting some fine visu...
At the beginning of last month myself and a few fellow bloggers were invited by Logitech UK to undertake a street art and graffiti tour of Shoreditch / Hoxton and having had an interest in the su...
Currently one of my favourite photographers is the Chicago based Trashhand who has made a name for himself with some really unique and timeless shots of the city. It's been great to see his photo...
Here's the latest of my Inspiration Collections although I must confess I strayed slightly off topic. I have an annoying habit of collecting (see: hoarding) interesting images I find throughout t...
Hi guys, something new I want to start posting on Style Division is this 'Inspiration Collection' series. I always get approached to blog about X or Y but usually only if I see something visually...
FLOW – by Baptiste Debombourg – is a piece of installation art made from broken and shattered car windshields exhibited at the Centre d’Art Actuel l’Oeil de Poisson in Quebec. It aims to hold a m...
Welcome to the world that exists in the artist Simon Stålenhag's mind, a world of rural 80's Sweden where children and robots roam the countryside. Hold on, what? I fell in love with these pieces...
The Mysterious Function of Belief is a new installation by a London based artist - Christopher Oliver. It's a culmination of five years worth of work  and was inspired from several vivid themes s...
Well it didn't take long for me to find more things to be inspired by and 'Visual Inspiration Collection 02' is up and running. A few of you have been asking what I use to find all these great im...
It's often quite rare to sit down with someone with such a unique outlook on the world it inspires you with ideas and yet my meeting with Phil Dean aka. The Shoreditch Sketcher did exactly that. ...
Following my Eastern European adventures I was invited to spend a few days in Berlin and seeing as I've never been to Germany before I thought this was a great opportunity to learn about the Deut...
Hey guys, the weekend is finally upon us and it's time for another little roundup of photographers and other visually interesting things I found this week. I will attempt to publish another audio...
You’ve just passed your driving test. You’ve got the freedom of the road, so now all you need is a set of wheels. It’d be nice if they looked good, but there’s probably only so much you can affor...