Newcastle-based artist Sophia Flegg is the talent behind the newly hatched Crooked Teeth Club. The label’s first collection boasts a range of one-off, hand-painted and dyed t-shirts and singlets.
Here at Lost At E Minor, we love to get involved and help the community whenever we can. That’s why we sponsored this fantastic mural near our Newcastle office by local artist UMPEL. The hypercolour graffiti art was organised by Simone Sheridan, who runs a business focused on beautifying derelict urban spaces whilst reducing graffiti vandalism through creative interventions such as street art.
Nathan Sawaya’s newest collection is currently showing at Sydney’s Town Hall. The exhibition, The Art of The Brick, runs until February 5 and showcases his three dimensional LEGO sculptures and over-sized portraits. Sawaya’s largest sculpture is a dinosaur skeleton measuring about 20 meters long. It took him a whole Summer to complete.
Christmas is the season to be jolly, so to bring a little bit of laughter to your day, we’ve raided the archives of the cringe inducing but hilarious Awkward Family Photos. Their Christmas collection boasts inappropriate nudity, people dressed as Christmas trees, and classic 80s styling that has become the site’s signature look. Merry Christmas, indeed.
Sonic the Hedgehog is celebrating his twentieth anniversary this year. First released on SEGA Mega Drive in 1991, the famous blue hedgehog has become a worldwide gaming icon from a time when you actually had to plug the controller into the console and if you wanted to play against someone you had to go and get the kid next door. Sacrilege! This collection of video game advertisements from the 1980s and 90s features many of the classic motion pictures of the time and their accompanying video games. Of course, the collection wouldn’t be complete without other childhood favourites like Super Mario, Donkey Kong, and my personal favourite, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.