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Must-see Independent Bookshops in London

Must-see Independent Bookshops in London

In an age where you can pop online and order books to your house in just a few clicks, bookshops often become forgotten. Personally, there’s nothing more satisfying to me on a day off but to have a wander round a bookshop, reading the blurbs […]

Lily Draper – Where Nature Meets Art

Lily Draper – Where Nature Meets Art

We live in a world dominated by technology and the future, always pushing to figure out what is next, and whilst that is an amazing exploration to witness, we often forget to take in what is around us now. For Lily Draper, an artist based […]

tobi 2.0

tobi 2.0

This magazine was born out of a desire to inspire others and to provide a platform to those who needed a boost. But how do you begin to inspire others, when you’re no longer inspired yourself? When you become the person who needs this magazine. […]

The Covasettes – Wondering Why

The Covasettes – Wondering Why

Front-man Chris Buxton, lead guitarist Matt Hewlett, bassist Jamie McIntyre and drummer Matt Buckley make up Indie-rock four piece, The Covasettes. They have gone from strength to strength playing gigs, recording tracks and earning their place amongst Manchester’s music scene. We caught up with Chris […]

Kayleigh Hilde: Illustrating the Catwalk

Kayleigh Hilde: Illustrating the Catwalk

We all have those days lounging on the sofa flicking through social media. Instagram is my usual choice, I often find myself liking away, discovering photographers, bloggers and artists. One Sunday evening last year I stumbled upon an account of fashion illustrations that caught my […]

Market Traders: Miles Halley

Market Traders: Miles Halley

Market traders all have one goal in mind. Whether it be handmade scarves, artwork, produce or clothes; they spend their days creating and selling a product for others to enjoy. From the cockney traders at Columbia Road Flower Market, to the arts and crafts sellers […]

Kieran Delaney – Starting out

Kieran Delaney – Starting out

Kieran Delaney is an upcoming photographer, recently out of education and finding his place within the photography world. He has been featured on TBI previously, however this time we catch up with him to talk about his personal work, his equipment and opinions around photography. […]

Kieran Delaney – Picking up the Camera

Kieran Delaney – Picking up the Camera

Discovering that you have an eye for photography opens you up to a whole new way of experiencing the world. You notice the parts that most people don’t, you find the hidden spots of beauty in the mundane and you capture those precious moments of […]

Finale: Act Two – Olivia Girling

Finale: Act Two – Olivia Girling

Finale is a magazine based around theatre; one which Olivia Girling dedicated six months of the last year to create. We have already interviewed her regarding her university experience in part one. Part two of the interview is focused purely on the process of making […]

Education and ADHD

Education and ADHD

A large part of TBI, for me, is highlighting the importance of acceptance and knowledge surrounding difficult issues. When I asked a good friend about her experience with ADHD, she replied with a vast amount of insight. I couldn’t not provide her with a space […]


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tobi 2.0

tobi 2.0

This magazine was born out of a desire to inspire others and to provide a platform to those who needed a boost. But how do you begin to inspire others, when you’re no longer inspired yourself? When you become the person who needs this magazine. […]

Education and ADHD

Education and ADHD

A large part of TBI, for me, is highlighting the importance of acceptance and knowledge surrounding difficult issues. When I asked a good friend about her experience with ADHD, she replied with a vast amount of insight. I couldn’t not provide her with a space […]

Balancing reality and your dreams

Balancing reality and your dreams

In this day and age money is a necessity whether you are wanting to travel, get an education, or just to simply live. In the last three years, my education has cost me approximately £45,000 in loans. My living costs are around half my wage each […]

Editor’s Picks of the Month: June

Editor’s Picks of the Month: June

Everyone likes to know what others think of everything, we often find our self basing most of our own decisions of products or events on peoples previous reviews. Which is why monthly favourites have become such a successful series of posts for YouTubers, bloggers and […]

Do you have the graduation blues?

Do you have the graduation blues?

I hate to be the one to break it to you, but for a lot of people the ‘graduation blues’ are real. My tutors never hid the fact that finding that graduate job was going to be hard. We were told to pull all our effort […]