Wolf Peach Clothing: t-shirts by Sydney tattoo artist

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By Elise Boyd in New Fashion on Tuesday 28 May 2013

We’re always keen to show cool Australian designs – especially when they’re on nice, quality t-shirts for both guys and girls. Wolf Peach Clothing, started by Christabel, a tattoo artist in Sydney, puts her awesome, twisted monster drawings onto shirts.

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Blaxland Riverside Park Sydney: Become a child again

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By Cormack O'Connor in Architecture on Friday 24 May 2013

Blaxland Riverside Park in Sydney is a child’s paradise, but that doesn’t mean they’re the only ones that can play there. Created by JMD Design, the 20,500 square meter park is an open, flowing space which makes use of the natural lay of the land. Incorporating slides, rock climbing walls, tunnels, nets and swings, the […]

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Victor Churchill: a unique butcher in Sydney

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By Cormack O'Connor in Cool Travel on Tuesday 21 May 2013

If the drab decor of your local butcher is getting you down, we’ve found you the ultimate solution. Victor Churchill in Woollahra, a suburb of Sydney, is a meaty experience that will leave you spinning with wonder. Think custom-made copper and glass shelving, rich timber wall panelling, a marble slate floor and a floor-to-ceiling glass […]

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Skylight House: Victorian terrace turned modern icon in Sydney

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By Cormack O'Connor in Architecture on Thursday 16 May 2013

Looking at the front of this Victorian terrace, many people would pass it by without a second thought. Being part of a conservation streetscape, not much could really be done to the facade. This, however, is completely untrue for the inside of the home, which has been dubbed Skylight House. Designed by firm Chenchow Little, […]

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OutsideIn Festival: Returning to Sydney in 2013

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Events on Friday 10 May 2013

We know that you all love to party, so it’s with great pleasure that we announce the return of OutsideIn Festival: an amazing day of mind-bending music at Sydney’s Factory Theatre. Curated by Astral People and Yes Please, last year’s inaugural festival saw a sold out crowd get down to the likes of Flume, HTRK, […]

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Optus RockCorps: 5 questions with The Potbelleez

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Wednesday 24 April 2013

AdvertisementLast week we were hanging out at Sydney’s Optus RockCorps to bring to bring you all of the action from in the crowd and backstage.

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Review: Optus RockCorps at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Events on Wednesday 24 April 2013

AdvertisementAfter a hard time working to earn their tickets, the Optus RockCorps volunteers were certainly an excitable bunch. Having to push my way through the packed out line of music lovers waiting to get in, I somehow found my way to the crew entrance and walked into the pavilion.

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Antidote: an aesthetically pleasing Sydney cafe/bakery

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By Michelle Wilding in Cool Travel on Friday 19 April 2013

Mmm! I’m loving the caffeine fixes at Antidote, just as much as I fancy their bakery treats and chilled green teas. What’s more, the place is aesthetically pleasing. There’s no impersonal counter when it’s ordering time and the baristas greet you by name and approach you when your order is ready. Definitely not your run-of-the-mill, […]

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Plastic World: a new boutique electronic label out of Sydney

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Thursday 18 April 2013

Australian electronic music got a kick along this week with the arrival of boutique record label Plastic World, helmed by former Future Classic label man, James McInnes, and Vic Edirisinghe, part owner of cult touring/management group Astral People (the guys behind this little gem), Plastic World is all about pushing forward-thinking Australian music on an […]

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Get your image beamed onto the Sydney Opera House

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Trends on Thursday 18 April 2013

The Opera House and Samsung Electronics Australia recently announced a three-year partnership and collaboration that will transform the Opera House using Samsung’s state-of-the-art technology. The two brands will work together to enhance the Opera House experience through the addition of interactive digital display screens, new mobile technologies, and a multimedia education facility. To celebrate this […]

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Optus RockCorps – 5 questions with The Script

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Wednesday 17 April 2013

Last week we were hanging out at Sydney’s Optus RockCorps to bring to bring you all of the action from in the crowd and backstage.

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Making Sydney a more creative and cultural city

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By Cormack O'Connor in Cool Travel on Wednesday 17 April 2013

Sydney has a stack of natural beauty: amazing harbour views, swathe of beaches, and while there’s plenty of shopping and nightlife, there’s untapped potential for a greater cultural and creative focus. Melbourne, we all know, does this so well that it inspires us all to be better. Now, in fairness to Sydney, when events are […]

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Review: The Lumineers at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Wednesday 17 April 2013

Denver five piece, The Lumineers, have been creating quite a buzz lately with their debut album reaching gold certification not only in Australia, but in the UK, USA and Canada, as well. With this in mind, I wasn’t surprised to find out that their first Australian show had to have a venue upgrade due to […]

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Tell Sydney how to make it an even more creative and cultural city

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By Zolton in New Trends on Thursday 11 April 2013

We love this new initiative from the City of Sydney and its Lord Mayor, Clover Moore. Sydneysiders are invited to contribute their ideas to make the city a more cultural and creative city. As Moore says: ‘Can we inspire an even richer creative culture? How do we make sure creative people can afford to live and work here? What persuades people to get involved, go out to shows or invest in local work?’

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Corduroy: a cafe gem in Sydney’s Surry Hills

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By Alana Saphin in New Food and Packaging on Wednesday 3 April 2013

Until recently I didn’t realize you could become a loyalist to your barista. If you’ve discovered one good coffee roaster, where’s the need to discover another, right? Wrong. I now know what it feels like to “cheat” on your barista. Corduroy is much more than your typical hole-in-the-wall espresso joint. Nestled on Foster street in […]

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