Ezra Sharpe explains how delving into the works of the 20th century philosopher Jean-Paul Satre helped him come to terms with his strange dislike of Damien Chazelle’s popular and and critically acclaimed La La Land.
The Blueprint is The Oxford Blue’s arts publication. It showcases creative work in a range of artistic media, providing a space to share thoughts, stories and personal experiences. Issue No. 7—Reflection We are way less often deceived by looks than we are by the act of looking. Mokokoma Mokhonoan In the third instalment of our Read More…
Jess Steadman explains why she believes spoilers add to the experience of watching films and TV shows.
Each of the Interviews Editors this term walk us through an interviewer they are inspired by and three people they would like to interview, if only it were possible. From a Golden Age Pirate to a Modern Philosopher via an Irish Revolutionary, the people we have chosen span decades, continents and worlds.
Edozié is part of a new generation of entrepreneurs ushering in a second epoch of digitalisation – the part where the virtual stands alongside the real. Welcome to the world of NFTs.
Loveday Pride explores the inevitable step into digital fashion with Gucci’s recent release of VR sneakers.
Get to know the new Culture Team for the Easter vacation and TT2021 by finding out about their desert island picks!
Theatre editor Reya Muller on the ‘I Care A Lot’
Chris Jones’s insightful long-read review of Russell T. Davies’ recent TV series ‘It’s A Sin’.
Antonia Jameson reviews the Tate Liverpool’s complex ‘Whose Tradition?’ an exhibition which still needs to clarify the questions it is asking.