The beautiful game has reached the point where its most iconic stars are beginning to age out. The Game columnist Andy Murray wonders what football can learn from music as it comes to terms with its legends ageing out.
The violence that was incited by former President Trump led to riots and violent protest on January 6. Thomas Hengge, a New York-based photojournalist documented the historical event with his camera. We spoke to him about his first hand experience in an interview depicting a historical and iconic moment of today's social political environment.
Muhammad Ali is the most famous, most photographed, most revered, most widely analysed and discussed athlete in sporting history. Somehow he is also the most misunderstood. Words by Alex Reid.
East Berliner and photographer, Rolf Zöllner showcases his stunning black and white film photography in an interview covering life in Berlin during the height of its culture. Experience the fall of the wall through his lens and immerse in the iconic movement and moment of the unification of our ace city.
In the feature article from our latest Zine, ICONS, sports columnist Alex Reid examines our intrinsic need to idolise those who achieve greatness despite their epic failings, not because they do not appear to have any.
Over a year has passed since reports of George Floyd’s death resurfaced outrage, erupting in a new wave of the Black Lives Matter movement sending ripples throughout the United States and further. 40 years ago, London’s Brixton riots fought a similar battle against police brutality and direct segregation.
Examining the tennis icon, Serena Williams, in a new light and through the lens of the everchanging sporting mentality in recent events, Sofia Bergmann dissects the new layers in which Serena is to be considered iconic. Alongside a new generation of athletes including Naomi Osaka, sports culture is evolving and todays icons are not just based on matches won.
Documenting the momentous power of the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands on the Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, Marie Le Blé gives us a window into the protests from a photojournalist and delves into her personal experiences, including the individuals she met and that shaped her experience.