For #16, SWINDLE embarked on an ambitious project. For the first time, we created a themed issue on a single geographic location: London. In "London's Muslim Girl Power," we reflect upon the city's absorption of a rising Muslim population-and we feature the young Islamic artist Sarah Maple. "Viva Art Squat!" investigates a thriving underground squat scene, in which London artists unleash their creative potential on the fringes of society. And finally-because we at SWINDLE are at the forefront of the global street art scene-we look at three landmark London artists: EINE, CEPT and Conor Harrington. Beside them, we feature Damien Hirst, who, in the '90s, became the enfant terrible of British art.