The Beat Box Kitchen and Taco Truck drive around to various locations across Melbourne dishing out amazing burgers, fries and an assortment of Tacos. Just look them up on Facebook or Twitter, and they’ll tell you where to show up, which is usually near a park with comfy grass. Then just sit down, grab a [...]
I just love Justin Lee Williams’s beautiful, ghostly watercolours. Check out his Attachments series on his website, a project in which he paints people he has met, from memory.
Based in Madrid, Deno creates tattoos and artwork that have an original and energetic flavour. From animals to hot air balloons (and even combinations of the two), Deno’s tattoos explode with colour and geometric shapes. He is always travelling around Europe, Australia and America, so track him down and say hi.
So you’re in an unfamiliar city, suburb or town. And you are thirsty. You don’t wanna end up in some sleazy dive. Or maybe you do. Either way, this website has the bar you are looking for, with a bit of sass mouth thrown in for good measure.
Wrapped in a brown paper bag (just like a king brown from the bottleshop), King Brown magazine contains some of the best urban art and illustration going. But I guess that makes sense, when the Yok is in charge of it. So go crack open a king brown already.
Amanda Cain is a Melbourne-based tattooist that blends vintage style with victorian elegance to create beautiful tattoos and artworks that tip their hats to years gone by.
Quietly nestled in the ‘Street of Drinkers’, Shibuya, is the tiny Piano Bar. Upon entering through the windowless door, you are transported to a bizzare world of red velvet, crazy chandeliers and bizarre portraits. There is a maximum capacity of just eight people, so make sure you get there first.