Australian animal shelter ‘Cat People of Melbourne’ has posted a strange ad about a feline in need of a loving home, describing the pet as “a despot and dictator.”
With 30 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, the Defying Empire exhibition will be the biggest survey show of Indigenous art ever at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).
If you’re having a bad day, take a look at this incredibly happy gecko. You’ll thank us later.
Getting shot in the chest, only to find the bullet had been stopped by a small object. Sounds like a movie trope, but it actually happened recently to journalist Ammar … Read more
Thanks to the sheer number of Sydney creatives, there’s no shortage of imagination fueling the city’s thriving design culture. One of those brilliant minds is Paul Garbett of Garbett Design.
They say giants don’t exist, but there are actually six living in Copenhagen. You just have to find them hiding in the forest!
Best friends might not mind sharing clothes or food, but bodily fluids?
In today’s China news that is not about pandas, a policeman stopped traffic at a busy intersection to do something admirable.
In her short film Spectrum, filmmaker Ibon Landa gives us a visual explanation of that undefinable energy we call ‘love’.
In his animated short film Day 40, filmmaker Sol Friedman tries to incur the wrath of Christians everywhere by depicting the rated-R version of Noah’s ark.