24th April 2017

Art Eats Meets: Fybe:one

Fybe:one is an illustrator, designer and music producer from South London. We caught up with him last week to talk favourite food, his inspiration, and dream collaborations.

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It’s not often you walk into a gallery and are completely blown away. Mat Collishaw’s The Centrifugal Soul is one of those exhibitions that stays in your memory for a very long time. Not just for it’s visually appealing qualities, but because it’s so brilliantly clever!

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Property investment company Shaftesbury has invited Art Eats to feature in their 2017 bloggers guide to West End restaurants and cafes.

Our previous feature on 26 Grains has been selected to feature in the latest edition of their annual guide. We are delighted to be taking part, and cannot wait to see the finished article!

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Tapas has been making a revival in London for quite some time, not only in the traditional sense as with critically acclaimed chef Jose Pizzaro’s new wave of restaurants, but also with a modern twist like the Italian inspired tapas restaurant Popolo in Shoreditch, or Indian sharing plates at Gunpowder in Spitalfields, as well as British cafe Elliott’s in Borough market.

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Although I’ve given it a couple of mentions over the last few months, I haven’t managed to make it Breddos Tacos Clerkenwell based restaurant until now. A cosy cantina jam packed full of boisterous diners is exactly what I expected as I walked in for dinner with a friend. The restaurant appears to be going from strength to strength since it’s opening back in November. It’s great to see the team doing so well! As a no booking restaurant, we still managed to get a space at the bar, however it was relatively early at 18:45pm, on a Tuesday evening.

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Say goodbye to food envy, delivery 2.0 is here! Launching last Wednesday at one of their new sites in Camberwell, Deliveroo Editions is a new offering from the London based delivery giant bringing some of the most exciting food to consumers via portable kitchen spaces across the capital.

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Fish Fridays are now made easier thanks to the wonderful Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack based right around the corner from my work in Fitzrovia, W1W.

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Our selection of exhibition of the week has to go to Zhuang Hong Yi for Raw II at the Unit London Gallery. Following the success of the artist’s first show at the Soho gallery in 2015, Zhuang Hong Yi returns to offer another chance to witness the spectacle of his intricate works.

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The thought of eating food waste probably fills even the most open minded of diners with dread. However when an event comes to town that promises to offer guests the chance to eat Michelin quality food cooked by some of the best chef talent in the world, well put it this way I jumped at the chance.

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This week’s exhibition of the week has to go to Wolfgang Tillmans at the Tate. Best known for his photographs of everyday life and contemporary culture, this latest exhibition by Tillmans is a look back through many of the German artist’s work since the 1990s right through to the present day.

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