Mr Cenz is a London-based graffiti artist. He started working in the streets in the 1980’s. He has signed his works with Cence and just plain Cenz, but now is Mr Cenz. 218 more words
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On Sunday I met my friend and headed down to Columbia Road to take a wander through the famous flower market, the amazing weather at the weekend meant we weren’t the only ones with that idea and the road was packed full meaning a slow shuffle through the market was all we could manage!…we arrived quite late, at about 2pm, so maybe it’s better to head there for when it opens as it might be slightly less busy! 117 more words
One of the best things about London is the abundance of free museums and galleries, and the Geffrye Museum is a fantastic example. Conveniently located opposite the Hoxton overground station (and right around the corner from my apartment) – it explores the history of the British home over the past 400 years. 158 more words
By Jimmy Kakish
Luka Toma, 19-year old DJ and broadcast television/videography student at Humber college often brings ample energy to the stage when performing. However, he recalls a time when his hunger for satisfying his audience was so great that it resulted in embarrassment and technical difficulties. 210 more words
Luka Toma, a.k.a. Lukav has been making waves in the world of Electronic Dance Music recently, showing signs of a promising and prosperous year.
The 18-year-old Humber College student has gained an overwhelming amount of support over the last year from thousands of dedicated fans as well as top-tier artists such as Riot Ten, Lookas, and Alpharock. 306 more words