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World’s Rarest Japanese Whisky to Be Made Available Worldwide

The World’s Rarest Japanese Whisky, Shirakawa 1958 Single Malt Japanese Whisky from Takara Shuzo Co.,Ltd will be released and distributed worldwide by Tomatin Distillery Co. Ltd from 13th September 2022. Shirakawa 1958 is a single malt whisky from the lost Japanese distillery, Shirakawa, which was located 200km North of Tokyo, Japan. The whisky produced was rumoured to be exquisite, but destined only for blending and never to be captured as a single malt until now,...

Outdoor Kitchen ROCK.AIR by STEININGER

CEO and Chief designer Martin Steininger of the Austrian design manufacturer STEININGER makes an architectural statement in the outdoor area for the terrace or garden. With the modular outdoor kitchen ROCK.AIR, innovative design and high-tech functions are combined. The ROCK.AIR is as flexible as you need it to be. The individual kitchen cubes of the ROCK.AIR can be individually combined with each other and fulfill different functions: gas grill or lava grill, sink, dishwasher, cooling...

London Glassblowing Announces ‘Colour and Light’ Exhibition

London Glassblowing, one of Europe’s foremost glass art galleries, has announced an exclusive showcase titled Colour and Light. This comprises a stunning collection of work by the engraver Alison Kinnaird, one of the world’s leading glass artists and will display a diverse body of her work much of which has never been shown in England. Kinnaird’s work in glass ranges from small intimate pieces to large scale architectural installations incorporating colour and light. She has...

Sean Connery’s 1964 Aston Martin Fetches $2.2m at Auction

An Aston Martin DB5 owned by the late James Bond actor, Sir Sean Connery, has been sold for $2.2m (£1.9m) at an auction in California. The family of the legendary Scottish actor, who died in October 2020 at the age of 90, sold the 1964 classic car to raise money for the Sean Connery Philanthropy Fund. This commitment will continue the legacy of giving that Connery started in 1971 when he donated his entire $1,000,000...

HOFA Gallery Welcomes Lucile Gauvin Exhibition

HOFA Gallery has announced the unveiling of 12 new and never-before-seen artworks by French figurative painter Lucile Gauvain at a solo exhibition titled On a Daily Basis between 25th August – 2nd September 2022. The forthcoming show will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in London following successful appearances in critically acclaimed group exhibitions like 2020’s CURATED series and The Divine in 2022.   On a Daily Basis explores the magical alchemy that happens as the...

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair Scheduled for November

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair (WCPF) is set to take place between 3rd – 6th November and will form Europe’s largest art fair dedicated to highly collectible print artworks. Founded in 2016 by gallerists Jack Bullen and Lizzie Glendinning, the WCPF showcases the best of contemporary print in a unique hybrid exhibition including a curated selection of independent artists chosen through an international open call, many well-known names, and specialist gallery booths at London’s historic Royal Arsenal. The Fair...

Groundbreaking Art Agency Glimpses of Art Announces Inaugural Exhibition in London

Innovative art agency Glimpses of Art has announced its debut exhibition in London with more than 30 international artists. “Glimpses” claims to be the first art agency to have an exhibition consisting of more than 90% women and non-binary artists, and the exhibition will promote artists’ freedom of expression and exploration of identity. The inaugural exhibition will focus on experiential art, where viewers can digest the pieces in an emotionally immersive communal space.  The exhibition will feature...

Past Winners of Concours of Elegance to Return  for 10th Anniversary Show

The Concours of Elegance, presented by A. Lange & Söhne, is set to present a spectacular 10th anniversary show, welcoming back some of the astonishing previous winners of the coveted ‘best in show’ crown. Among the returning Concours victors will be the 1930 Bentley Speed 6 ‘Blue Train’ Coupe that took home the best in show prize at the 2013 show edition. The imposing British machine sported a raked coupe body, which was designed and...

Remembering Issey Miyake: The Innovative Fashion Icon

Innovative Japanese fashion designer, Issey Miyake, best known for being the man behind Steve Jobs’ iconic turtleneck look, has died at the age of 84. The Issey Miyake Group released a statement about his work saying: “Miyake’s dynamic spirit was driven by a relentless curiosity and desire to convey joy through the medium of design.” It stated that “as per Mr Miyake’s wishes, there will be no funeral or memorial service”. Miyake was a man...

One-Off Event to Showcase Rare Private Car Collection for Charity

More than 100 cars will be on display this Autumn at a one-off charity car event when private collectors Tanya and Robert Lewis open the doors to their outstanding assembly of premier classic, super and hyper cars – one of the most distinctive in the country.  The event is part of Surrey charity Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People ‘An Evening of Classic Cars and Canapes’ and will give attendees the opportunity to see rare...

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