The guardian | Gareth Rubin:
Ten young men sit with canvases and charcoal pencils, deep in concentration as they attempt to sketch the life model kneeling in front of them. Their pictures are bold, stark and wholly lacking in artistic merit. It’s an unusual stag party. But then stag parties are changing. Out are boozy nights filled with strip clubs and heaving bars, and in are activities such as life drawing workshops, treasure hunts, cookery classes and historical city tours. The traditional stag do could soon be a thing of the past… Read more
Image: Friends on a stag do take part in a life drawing class in Hackney. Photograph: Darren Marshall/Hen & Stag Life Drawing Co.