The unresting paintbrush in Rob Caddick’s hands heavily sweats to achieve its goal―becoming an organical and mechanical lense.
Tintin Cooper is an artist residing in London and Bangkok. He not only works with icons of football, but brings in icons of martial arts into his work
In sports journalism scarcest we meet sober writings about matches. Rather we face Heaven-and-Hell rhetoric. Some take this for cheesy and bad taste. But what about me, the doomed fan, swelling with the most ardent feelings in a fateful situation of Heaven or Hell?
I have no idea which calamity is worse. To be born with a physical or mental disability or to become disabled (in, maybe, either way) during one’s lifetime?
Imagine yourself living and growing up on an island that is, more or less, just a spiky pinnacle. And like the whole of the world you love watching football, which […]
Full-court press, as one unconventional strategy to respond to the weakness of an opponent, turned out to be a highly effective strategy for weak teams when playing against superior teams. But why did so few teams adopt it?
When watching football I want to be entertained and see my team win. I take it for granted that every fan desires so. However, I found out that there are three proponents for three different football philosophies in which the notion “entertain” has its own particular meaning. The pragmatic philosophy only aims to win, the aesthetic philosophy enjoys a beautiful game, and the ambitious philosophy wants to win by playing a beautiful game.