Edenborough Evans is my favourite jewellery designer for 2011. Designer Anna Cowan uses handmade wax formations and old fashioned seal stamps to create the moulds as part of her collection. The result is striking pieces which mimic flow and movement.
Soft Guerilla is one of the latest projects from Kyle Bean. The collection is a series of sculptures depicting weapons of mass destruction, and includes artillery made entirely from edible matter. Let us all take a leaf from Bean’s book and make food, not war.
This is super cute. Fintan Magee brings us this innocent image, which lives in one of Melbourne’s hipster hoods, Prahran. Magee appears to be steering away from his surrealism style to get in touch with his inner-child.
Dustin Farrell’s latest multi-dimensional time-lapse footage showcases Utah’s diverse landscape. His ability to seamlessly capture movement and highlight Earth’s blanket of stars is truly magical.
In September of this year I embarked on a journey inspired by my love for spaghetti bolognese. I’ve created a blog named Spaghetti Blogenese, which documents my mission to try 52 of Melbourne’s varieties within one year. I’m naming and shaming as I go, and will announce the city’s best at its year-end.
We’re in the thick of festival season in the Southern Hemisphere and this Kombi van tent is sure to stop foot traffic amongst the camping grounds. If it’s a rockin’, don’t come a unzippin’?
Boskke defy gravity with their upside down ‘sky planter’ designed to save space, conserve water and trip me out. How do they do it? Something about a locking mesh disc which holds the soil in place. Sir Isaac Newton is rolling in his grave.