Village Underground London
In an age where we are exposed, saturated, immersed, captivated (and any other shmancy word you want to incorporate) with viral content that is merely within a click of our finger it seems only normal that we begin to take the amazing for granted. However, I stand by the notion that every now and then we find something that makes us stop and think, that lets our mind wander in and out of reality. This something seems to take us to a place where we rattle a deep corner of our soul that has lay dormant waiting for that contextual awakening.
This is what we wait for, that unexplainable and often instantaneous feeling that resonates – leaving us knowing that this must be shared. Our latest, Village Underground London , embodies all the aforementioned qualities and then some.
Home to what is more commonly known as “The Wall” (London’s most public art gallery), Village Underground is a creative collective of not-for-profit art and Culture in the heart of East London. A curating ground for Artists, Writers, designers, film makers, musicians and just plain cool kids, this creative community allows for the collaboration of a vast array of talent, intellect and basically just the evolution of all things amazing.
To sweeten the deal just that little bit more, Village underground ads to their culturally eclectic resume as an ecological project. They believe in reusing before recycling, a belief cemented (literally) by four recycled Jubilee line train carriages and shipping containers that are better known as the creative studio’s of this cultural hub. As you can imagine this little gem was immediately added to our mental London ‘To Do’ list.