Using his gift of satire and parody, Australian comedian and writer Chris Lilley is back with Angry Boys, a mockumentary styled series in which appraises the male in the 21st century.
Buying a brand new pair of kicks is already a jizzworthy experience, but customizing your own? Well, that’s just a little bit too exciting. At Pimp My Kicks you can deck out sneakers from dunks to chucks with whatever your heart desires. Fill out an order form with your ideas and images and in no […]
Stirring up indie, electronic, rock and ambient genres, is the striking enigmatic sounds of Sydney-based band, Sooners. With influences including Low, Toe, and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Sooners will soon be releasing their double single on 7” vinyl. How about that!
With designs that will transform any woman into a goddess, Australian fashion designer Camilla Franks creates spectacular garments combining bold colours and wild animal prints with a soft free-flowing aesthetic. Franks’ collections are especially versatile, from casual playsuits to her iconic kaftans.
Premiering her fourth solo exhibition, I Dream in Celluloid, Australian artist Sarah Beetson’s work presents the strange and beautiful world of lucid dreaming. With images inspired by Beetson’s dreams and memories, the exhibition will feature everything from hand-painted quilt to a stop-motion animation of her completing one of her works. Beetson’s fantastical show will start on the Gold Coast on February 19, with ten percent of all opening night sales being donated to The Queensland Flood Appeal.
AFI Award-winning film journalist and BFI-winning director Julian Shaw, is a young and highly accomplished talent whose passion for film motivated his first award-winning documentary, Darling! The Pieter-Dirk Uys Story, at just sixteen years of age. Shaw delivers profound intelligence and maturity through his work, currently working on his documentary, Cup Of Dreams, Shaw exposes the […]
Every asked the question ‘Will it Blend?’ No? Well, you will now! Starting as a series of infomercials that have now turned viral on YouTube, the Will it Blend? videos consist of Blendtec founder Tom Dickson attempting to blend items, whether it be golf clubs, an iPad or a Wii remote.
Created by New York designer Rochelle Goldberg, Ralph and Duchess jewellery pieces look as though they’ve been discovered from the Victorian era. As Goldberg’s collections have a sense of history coupled with a nature theme, each piece uses materials like pearls, gems, silver, bronze and gold vermeil.
After his claim to fame in the comedy film The Hangover, comedian Zach Galifianakis’ has sparked an underground following with his own series, Between Two Ferns, for the Will Farrell production company, Funny or Die. In these skits, Galifianakis inappropriately interviews celebrity pals, creating awkwardness through his bizarre interview questions where he almost directly insults […]
Thrilled by her gorgeous illustrations, we caught up with Australian illustrator Bindi Booth to gain an insight into the colourful world of such a wonderful young talent.
Affordable diamonds no longer has to be an oxymoron. Myia Bonner’s innovative jewellery collection takes the diamond as an icon and represents it in new form, carrying the rarity and glitz of the real deal with a disarmingly fresh approach.
Los Angeles-based illustrator Melissa Kojima has recently completed a new series of artwork perfectly described in its title, Lost In LA LA Land. Kojima’s creations are fantastical, as she blends acrylic paint, India ink and collage to create a dreamy, wild and wonderful world.
Jessica Kease, who goes by the alias 23rdkey, is an Australian stencil artist who understands the definitions of detail and layering. As a stencil art myself, I respect the intricacy that goes into the construction of stencils and 23rdkey blows my mind with her complex designs. She has featured in Deviant Art for her piece Grind On My Face, a stencil of her flattened face on a skate deck.