In 1988, Martin Parr was asked to nominate work for a "State of the Art" feature in Creative Camera magazine, and chose the degree show of one of his students at West Surrey College of Art: David Moore's vivid colour-documentary Pictures From the Real World series.
A Warwick bar decorated with “sexist, racist and violent wallpaper” has inspired a petition which garnered over 2,400 signatures in three days, organised by the University of Warwick Anti-Sexism Society. WASS is concerned that the images and text used to decorate the bar may “sexualise school girls, slavery and violence”.
1. Orla Kiely Acorn shade
Give your home a groovy makeover with some of the greatest hits from the Seventies – just in time for David Bowie blasting back into orbit. By Trish Lorenz
British food 'barbarous'? Clearly, Orwell never got to eat at this Mayfair café
From aged finishes to shimmering metallics it's what on the surface that counts this season, says Trish Lorenz
Nature's bounty is the inspiration for an interiors look bound to bring a breath of fresh air to your home. Trish Lorenz steps outside
1. Velvet tub chair
Reusable, recyclable, retro and reprints... result. Here are ten of the coolest ways to wrap your presents this Christmas
1. Antique paper insect print
Don't go over the top with this season's latest shiny trend. Subtly is king when is comes to metallics, says Trish Lorenz
Room Service: Grand Hotel Reylof, Ghent
Poland had the nerve and belief to skim light-footed along the precipice
1. Pine tree print
Damien Hirst merchandise, from a deckchair to a plastic skull, is on sale for eye-watering price tags of up to £36,800 at the first UK retrospective of the controversial British artist.