A Gallery Of Stunning Photos Of Classic Range Rover Conversions

A Gallery Of Stunning Photos Of Classic Range Rover Conversions

The Range Rover has been a notable part of motoring since the beginning of the 1970s. The combination of Land-Rover ruggedness and adaptability, together with traditional Rover comfort and speed produces one of the most versatile vehicles ever to be made. Continue reading »

Range Rover Driver Slates Dealership By Graffitiing His Own Car With Angry Messages

Range Rover Driver Slates Dealership By Graffitiing His Own Car With Angry Messages

The car was left parked on the side of Berkeley Street, London with the words “DON’T TRUST RANGE ROVER” and “RANGE ROVER CHEATS & LIES” spray painted in bright red lettering across the shiny black paintwork. Continue reading »

Behrad Ghodsi Develops a Range of 3D Printable Footwear

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Designer Behrad Ghodsi has created ATOSSA, a collection of footwear, made by 3D printing, that would allow the wearer to print them at home.
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Katie Price Launches Summer Lingerie Range For Store Twenty One

Katie Price Launches Summer Lingerie Range For Store Twenty One

Katie Price and her finace Leonadro Penna launches a new summer lingerie range for Katie’s Boutique available exclusively at Store Twenty One at The Worx on May 29, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Tim Whitby) Continue reading »

David Beckham Launches His New Range of Underwear for H&M

David Beckham Launches His New Range of Underwear for H&M
A poster displays the new David Beckham H&M underwear range. (Ray Tang/Rex Features) Continue reading »

Dazed & Confused: Free Range 2009 Competition!

Dazed & Confused: Free Range 2009 Competition!
Designers, photographers and artists! Free Range competition wants you to be the next best thing in illustration and photography!

Free Range is the best place for spotting the next major names in the art and design industry. Over the eight week period that Free Range occupies the colossal Old Truman Brewery space in East London, thousands of students from Britain’s top art and design colleges are given a chance to exhibit their work – and that number keeps growing every year. Over 150,000 people visited the shows last year, putting Free Range up there with the big guns like The Royal Academy of Art.