Cabins by Philip Jodidio

Worm sets off into the wilderness to review 'Cabins', a stunning new photographic book published by TASCHEN… I'm slightly embarrassed to say this in public, but I must confess to being something of a Grand Designs addict. My little addiction enables me to re-watch every episode again and again, despite being repulsed by ... Read More...

Retroworld or, The EU in Space

Daniel Kalder on a space adventure that would really annoy Nigel Farage... I’ve never been much of a Star Trek fan. It’s not because I don’t like Science Fiction- Star Wars and alien invasion B-movies were a big part of my childhood, I grew up reading 2000AD, and I wrote my ... Read More...

London on Film: message in a capsule

A collection of archival clips puts to shame a seedy corner of today's TV... I just caught a wonderful programme on BBC4. That's a sentence I could write a few times a week: the channel's worth the licence fee alone, unlike that nice Mr Attenborough who used to be, but has ... Read More...

The Incal

Apparently this: 'every five thousand years the most capable member of a carefully selected alien race must impregnate the Bergs' beloved protoqueen' - doesn't cue up the most bizarre scene in the book. Daniel Kalder reviews an unmissable bande dessinée... There comes a point in every individual’s lifetime when he or she ... Read More...

Review: Other Nature by Antlers Gallery

Guest art reviewer Sophie Whenham admires a revival of traditional drawing techniques amongst some young British artists... A recent article by Jonathan Jones entitled Get up and demand better British art  prompted me to think about the contemporary art scene: for many people, so much of it is inaccessible, incomprehensible and unoriginal.  And the hysteria surrounding some exhibitions ... Read More...