Tag : jessie florence jones

Portrait of an artist as a young activist

1 year ago / 0 comments

The Gryphon Features look at the prominence of fake news and the art world’s capacity to question it. Recently one of the most prominent buzzwords in current affairs, bandied around by everybody from readers of the Guardian to angry politics students, is ‘fake news’. This is the notion that what … Read More

Why is My Rebellion White?

2 years ago / 0 comments

Features editor Jessie Florence-Jones looks at the whitewashing of punk and its still thriving existence in Asia and Africa. When someone says punk, the first thing to come to mind for most people is a safety pin through a body part, a load of studs and a mohawk. Growing up … Read More

What You Won’t Have Thought of When Travelling With a Friend

2 years ago / 0 comments

This is a bit of a warning but also a sturdy starter pack for those thinking of having a jaunt of their own. There are certain things that go without saying before you go away: what you should take with you; to always have all your travel documents together etc. … Read More

The Ethical Statement

4 years ago / 0 comments

Feminism isn’t something that should be a fashion statement. It’s an ethos that is integral to the life of all women. However, unfortunately this season it seems it has been gripped onto by designers and the high street as a way of being ‘edgy’. The value of this is debatable. … Read More

S.A.D. Seasonally Appropriate Decisions

4 years ago / 0 comments

For the truly sartorially invested, shifting from one season to the next can be a tumultuous experience. When we’ve spent our summers dreading the first bite of frost and enjoying those few hours where it was just-about-warm-enough for bare legs. However, it seems every year just as we’re reluctantly hanging … Read More