How Labour Lost the Working Class
For a hundred years Teesside was the steel capital of the world and a Labour heartland. Now, for the first time in generations, it's turning blue.
How Do the UK's Steel Towns Cope When the Steel Is Gone?
I went to Redcar to find out what happens when the industry that defines a town is taken away.
These Broken Mirrors Are Actually Hand-Cut Steel Sculptures
Michael Brown’s 'in the meantime...' metalworks series shatters expectations.
Europe's Steel Crisis Is Screwing Workers in South Wales
The economy of Port Talbot is reliant on a steel industry that's being swallowed up by globalisation.
John Rowlands, Photos: Joshua T Gibbons
Origami-Inspired Lamp Lets You Play with Light
The "Folding Lamp" is interior design meets arts & crafts.
Hyper-Intricate Steel Sculptures Feature Calligraphy Flowing Like Water
Chinese calligraphy looks like frozen water in the stainless steel sculptures of Zheng Lu.
"It's Tetris, Except It's on Fire."
This year's Burners will have to clear the bricks fast, or else start feeling the heat.
The Shujaiya neighbourhood in Palestine's Gaza City is still in ruins a year after it was decimated by Israel's Operation Protective Edge.
40-Foot Sculpture Reflects New Mexico Stars
Otto Rigan's 11,000 pound, 40-foot-tall steel sculpture greets visitors of Spaceport America.
VICE vs Video games
eMatch-Fixing: Why Poverty and Chaos is Driving Pro-Gamers to Risk Everything
When pro-players gain the fame but not the fortune, it's easy for their heads to be turned by rigging matches.
Fall in Love with Chromat's Bionic Bodies
I stopped by the futuristic fashion label’s studio to see what’s up with their new video.
The Holding Court Issue
Scrap or Die
Metal thieves are tearing Cleveland apart piece by piece.
Wilbert L. Cooper