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Andrea’s Love: Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Andrea’s Love: Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Words by Andrea Love NO morning tea is complete without a slice of toasted banana bread, but at this time of year you’re probably looking for a recipe that’s a little more on the healthy side. Everybody has their own version, but this one, adapted from Minimalist Baker, is perfect for snacking at any time […]

Lush Christmas Limited Edition Review

Lush Christmas Limited Edition Review

Words by Aiho Tan WITH less than seven sleeps away, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The festive season that signals the sound of Michael Bublé on repeat, shopping centres filled with gold décor and endless amounts of tinsel. My favourite holiday season is finally here. Last week, I was lucky enough to […]

Between Dreams: Mixtapes And Tours. Ego Makes His Next Move

Between Dreams: Mixtapes And Tours. Ego Makes His Next Move

Words by Luke Porep FRESH off the back of Tropfest and a tour with Heaps Decent, Ego returns with his next Visual Mixtape and the announcement of the Between Dreams AV Tour launching early in the new year. On December 16th, Ego gave fans a taste of what is to come with the release of […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Europe’s stinkiest country may have just invented the best deodorant in the world, Iowa: America’s busiest state, Canadian court goes crazy, and You dislike this. Words by Ryan Grice Deo Perfume Candy. Yes, you read that correctly. Japanese scientists discovered the miracle some time ago (of course) but Bulgarian candy manufacturer Alpi is making it […]

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Art pipi, Vatican’s lucky find, Electric eel remote control, and Fear for the future of a technological icon. Words by Ryan Grice A few unidentified parties have come up with the genius idea of purchasing London’s 100 year old public urinals that have been closed since the 50s, and turn them into stylish cafes under […]

I’m All About That E Word

I’m All About That E Word

Words by Matt Huxley ETIQUETTE is one of those archaic words that is guaranteed to make teenagers scrunch up their faces in confusion and adults shuffle their feet in uncomfortableness. There’s an aura around the word etiquette that permeates the conversation when it’s brought up. But you know what, y’all can feel uncomfortable behind your […]

Fashion

Photoshoot: Kin

Photoshoot: Kin

Words by Billy Heinemann TWO  immortal brothers enter a modern world where celebrity is the new royalty, and exhibitionism is the key to reigning supreme. Models: Brandon Dowery, Wyatt Caldwell Photographer: Samarah Wood Creative Director / Stylist: Billy Heinemann Makeup Artist: Billie Weston Hair Stylist: Natashia Steyn Assistant Garment Designer: Rachel Cherry Photographer’s Assistant: Rhys […]

Stolen Girlfriends For Xmas

Stolen Girlfriends For Xmas

Words by Hannah Rabbitt I WORK a job in retail every Christmas and thus I encounter first hand the masses of people needing to purchase gifts ASAP with zero idea of what their partner/friend/office secret santa/cousin actually want. So, I’ve taken it upon myself to lend you a hand. Three words for you fellas- Stolen […]

Spring Into Summer With Burberry

Spring Into Summer With Burberry

Words by Aiho Tan TWO of Britain’s iconic faces in fashion, Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn are set to star in global British brand Burberry’s new Spring Summer 2015 Campaign. Under the creative direction of Christopher Bailey, the global campaign shot by Mario Testino aims to unite modern British talent through the colourful spectrum of […]

Photography

There Is Some Beauty To Drugs

There Is Some Beauty To Drugs

Words by Johnny Harkin IF the title is at all misleading, I’ll be clear. If you’re here in the hopes of finding a piece discussing how radical injecting and sniffing, and smoking drugs of all kinds is, you may find yourself a tad disappointed. I’ll leave you to debate drugs and their use as a […]

The Sievers Project

The Sievers Project

Words by Meghan Slater ON a recent trip to Melbourne I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) in Fitzroy. The Sievers Project, curated by Naomi Cass and Kayla McFarlane, was on view. The exhibition featured the work of renowned Australian photographer, Wolfgang Sievers (1913 – 2007), and […]

Rise And Fall Of An Empire: Detroit

Rise And Fall Of An Empire: Detroit

Words by Michelle Cha YVES Marchand and Romain Meffre are two French photographers whose “Ruins of Detroit ” is a poignant reminder that the greatest cities in the world are prone to collapse and destruction. Their famous project encapsulates the premise that money certainly does not buy you happiness. If you aren’t up to date […]

Film

The Biggest Movie Historical Inaccuracies

The Biggest Movie Historical Inaccuracies

Words by Johnny Harkin MOVIES are a wonderful form of expression, art, and entertainment. Movies can have such a powerful impact on audiences, through the way filmmakers weave story together with cinematic tools. Movies aren’t however, a source for education. While most films contain some form of truth, any narrative film you see on the […]

Nostalgia Nights – Take 24

Nostalgia Nights – Take 24

Words by Johnny Harkin HERE at Moustache HQ, we understand the pressures of creativity. We are forging a new culture, breaking boundaries, and constantly innovating just like our readers and sometimes the risk-taking and stress get the better of us! So, dim the lights, pour some drinks and join us as we teleport you to […]

At The MOvies

At The MOvies

Words by Jo McTavish LAUGHING, crying, screaming, jumping, or simply walking out are some of the many reactions that are evoked from the magic of films. Going to the movies is my escape; a way to leave reality behind and just be entertained. As a film buff, any excuse to see, converse, or simply enquire […]

Art

This Is Not A Dream, David Lynch Is Coming To Brisbane

This Is Not A Dream, David Lynch Is Coming To Brisbane

Words by Michelle Cha DAVID Lynch could be described as an oddball, surrealist, artistic visionary but no one can deny that his skills as a director are superb and unique. Our good friends QAGOMA and QPAC announced that Lynch will make his first Australian appearance, exclusively to Brisbane on Saturday 14 March, 2015. Mark it […]

Artist You Should Know: Genco Gulan

Artist You Should Know: Genco Gulan

Words by Michelle Cha TECHNOLOGY and new media its constantly in our lives. Do you remember a time when Facebook wasn’t around? A time when iPhones was just a figment of Steve Jobs’ imagination? Not only has technology changed our everyday lives, it has changed art too. A whole new field of art is dedicated […]

There Is Some Beauty To Drugs

There Is Some Beauty To Drugs

Words by Johnny Harkin IF the title is at all misleading, I’ll be clear. If you’re here in the hopes of finding a piece discussing how radical injecting and sniffing, and smoking drugs of all kinds is, you may find yourself a tad disappointed. I’ll leave you to debate drugs and their use as a […]