A fashion label that doesn’t give a hoot about fashion? You heard right. New Sydney design collective Eager & Vane certainly don’t. They are creating wild and outlandish silk scarves in joyous prints with surrealist motifs for the oblivious trendsetter: scarves that make the wearer feel as individual and special as their designs. The three […]
We’re digging the Cupidity video shorts from Cornetto which explore the theme of teen love from a number of different perspectives and locations. These atmospheric films were shot in cinematic style (Quentin Tarantino, eat your heart out!) in the urban meccas of Hong Kong (Margot), Los Angeles (X Phobia), Istanbul (Beauty and the Geek) and […]
Nicola Smanio is an animator and illustrator from Stockholm. A computer geek at heart, yet not happy about the prospect of a life spent sitting in front of a screen, he prefers to make things the analog way, be that building puppets or carving mountains out of styrofoam. When he does sit in front of […]
While the majority of the British public are lamenting the loss of Summer from the seasonal calendar, Anthony Garratt is experiencing a proliferation of painting subject matter. ‘In a world where we are seemingly obsessed with ownership and control, it is humbling and important that we are reminded to respect the weather, sea, hills and […]
Some of you may have seen this ad in The Age, as well as in bus and tram stops throughout Melbourne a couple of months ago. Founded by eco-artist Joost Bakker, SILO By Joost has been featured in The Age and Epicure a few times now. Read more here.
Jeremiah Kille is a native of Santa Cruz, CA, who began his career as a custom surfboard builder. An opportunity working alongside renowned artist Thomas Campbell would profoundly impact him. He has since exhibited work extensively in Northern California, and currently has a Los Angeles show at PROJECT Gallery. The show runs through June 21.
We’re buzzed about the UK wide Ray-Ban Envision tour, which is part of the Ray-Ban Envision campaign (#ENVISION SERIES), celebrating the multiple facets of Ray-Ban’s classic lenses, and will take place across five cities in May and June – Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Birmingham, and London – with each event relating to a different Ray-Ban lens characteristic (Built to Move, Long lasting, Impact resistant, Outshine and Anti-Glare).
The Stream Lab is for those who love live music, but also enjoy the comforts of home. The website follows dozens of sources to bring you the pick of the live streaming shows taking place worldwide – including Coachella in California, London’s mega-fest, Glastonbury, and dozens of others. The Stream Lab is maintained by a […]
Collectors Weekly is an amazing resource about all kinds of old stuff, even if you’re not already obsessed with antiques or vintage. The site covers everything from Cosby Sweaters to opium addiction. Also, their 1,400-plus category pages feature links to contextual live auctions that are filtered for quality by the site’s editors.
A fantastic new book project from illustrator Jess Smart Smiley, Rumpus on the Run: A Monster Look-N-Find Book is Where’s Waldo with monsters! Can you spot The Rumpus before he takes over the book? Hunt for the Rumpus among hoards of spooky-fun creatures in a variety of imaginative scenes and landscapes, including The Snowman Parade, […]
Our friends at mobile innovation and design company HTC are ramping it up over the next few months , hosting a series of live music events in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to celebrate the launch of their new HTC One phone. And to make it all the more exciting, confirmed bands for the shows include Aussie upstarts, Birds of Tokyo and The Temper Trap.
In this music video, the artist combines traditional watercolor techniques with digital effects. Every texture, illustration or letter was painted and scanned several times to achieve this beautiful effect. This is the first project of Sublime Silence, a collaborative studio that specializes in fine art and experimental videos. The artist spent weeks drawing, scanning and […]
Those rebellious innovators at Uberpong have just launched custom ping pong paddles in addition to their designer paddle range. Now you can put your face or favorite design on your paddle, so you can play with style. Started as an OriginofCool on crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, Uberpong’s vision is to make ping pong more accessible, colorful […]
How to make Sydney a more cultural place? Simple, as Lost At E Minor reader Harley pointed out: ‘Hipsters, 24 hour licenses and creative hospitality owners seem to do the trick’. Sydney already has an active music scene. It’s a genre hopping environment, with distinct inner-city clusters of bars and pubs.