Exploring and crafting out the surreal, Alex Lysakowski's 'antistructures' serves to play tricks on your mind, creating absurd architecture in the otherwise mundane. Stretched out minivans, surreal towers and twisting hotels; this project serves to challenge your concept of reality and the imagined. Roaming around southern Ontario, you can see how his imagination has run [...]

ANTISTRUCTURES 2019-09-04T07:34:08+00:00

HEKKTA REVIEWS // Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Stylish, funny, and slightly confusing...Tarantino's 9th installment Once Upon A Time In Hollywood has arrived! A love letter to the hey-day of Hollywood, the film oozes glamour, and what it may lack in a solid plotline, it makes up for in a brilliant script. You may not leave the cinema ranking it in any top [...]

HEKKTA REVIEWS // Once Upon A Time In Hollywood 2019-08-24T07:48:17+00:00

Long Live Southbank

After years of campaigning against the threat of closure, the skateboarding landmark on the edge of the Thames has reopened, representing a win for culture in our capital. With the backdrop of disappearing pubs and clubs, the heart of Southbank beats on! In 2013, the brutalist landmark The Southbank Undercroft was under a real threat [...]

Long Live Southbank 2019-08-08T11:28:05+00:00

Shanghai Streets

With each year that goes by, more and more of Shanghai's historic Shikumen houses are being torn down. Pivotal to the city in the 20th century, but with the dawn of the megacity, the houses have been reduced to the shadows. Keen to keep the legacy of the Shikumen houses alive, Cody Ellingham went to [...]

Shanghai Streets 2019-08-07T12:03:38+00:00

Wimbledon Through The Years

As Djokovic won his 5th Wimbledon title in a five-set epic beating Federer in the longest ever Wimbledon singles final, HEKKTA get nostalgic. Rolling back the years, these shots show how the Championships have transformed over time. Through the lens of sports photojournalism legend Gerry Cranham, we are transported back to a time when a [...]

Wimbledon Through The Years 2019-08-07T11:51:17+00:00


After a chance meeting in a library in Barcelona, a collection of true gems were uncovered from the primative years of punk. A tempting glimpse into the music genre that took grip of the world's youth, right from behind closed doors. The photo collection was taken by legendary punk journalist Philomena "Philly" Winstanley. Alongside her [...]

FIRST YEARS OF PUNK 2019-08-07T11:44:24+00:00

Locals v Tourists

In a series of visually amazing maps, Eric Fisher highlights the difference between the tourist and the local in some of the world's most iconic cities, using data from thousands of pictures and posts on social media. The battle between the tourist and the local has always been a long and intriguing one. From the [...]

Locals v Tourists 2019-08-07T11:41:32+00:00

Glastonbury 1989

The year is 1989 and Glastonbury is just 19 years young. Free spirited punters from all over are flocking to Worthy Farm to watch Elvis Costello and Van Morrison grace the Pyramid Stage; and oh how different it was. As the world's biggest music festival thrives in the beating sun this weekend, HEKKTA rolls back [...]

Glastonbury 1989 2019-08-06T17:43:28+00:00

Cutting Through London

A new project dubbed Cutaway London has exposed the inner workings of some of London's most famous landmarks in a series of cross-section pictures, highlighting that the architecture within a building is just as intricate and exciting as the silhouette on the skyline. The project was created by Neomam Studios, a creative content studio, who [...]

Cutting Through London 2019-08-06T17:37:56+00:00