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Interview: Josh Lawson

Interview: Josh Lawson

Words by Jo McTavish MOUSTACHE Magazine recently sat down with Josh Lawson, director/writer/actor triple threat and the creative mind behind The Little Death, which explores suburban Australian relationships through sex. MM: Congratulations on The Little Death, it was such an amazing film. What was it like to write, direct, and star in a film of […]

House Of Nate Boutique

House Of Nate Boutique

Words by Aiho Tan INCORPORATING linguistic elements of Swahili into their boutique name, House of NATE has confirmed their pop-up shop located on the ground level of Wintergarden shopping complex will be here to stay for the next coming month. Representative of the modern woman, Brisbane born designer Erin Hassall combines casual elegance with our […]

Got A Sharpie?

Got A Sharpie?

Words by Michelle Cha DAN Perjovschi’s art is controversial and bold. His works don’t look anything impressive, actually, you will be asking yourself how is this guy even an artist? Well, I admit his drawings do look like simple doodles you make while on the phone to your annoying Aunt who constantly calls to complain […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

DUDE where’s my mail, For the love of beer, Japanese smart fingers, and The Canadian turtle-napper.   Words by Ryan Grice Ever wondered why your international mail didn’t get delivered? It’s probably because 67 year-old New York postman Joseph Brucato had it hidden in the metric tonne of stolen mail in his home. Having become […]

Restraints On Gender Equality

Restraints On Gender Equality

Words by Jessica Douglas IN LIGHT of Emma Watson’s stunning gender equality speech at U.N. HQ last weekend, I thought it was high time I discussed an issue that is close to my heart. There is much controversy surrounding the term ‘feminism’, and the modern perception of the word can distort our understanding of the […]

The Original Meme

The Original Meme

Words by Dominic Cansdale CENTURIES from now, archaeologists of a distant culture will be sifting through the rubble of our long lost civilisation – searching for traces of humanity’s technological glory. They will marvel at our architectural and literary brilliance, and wonder how such an advanced civilisation collapsed. Nuclear war? Climate change? An over dependence […]

Fashion

House Of Nate Boutique

House Of Nate Boutique

Words by Aiho Tan INCORPORATING linguistic elements of Swahili into their boutique name, House of NATE has confirmed their pop-up shop located on the ground level of Wintergarden shopping complex will be here to stay for the next coming month. Representative of the modern woman, Brisbane born designer Erin Hassall combines casual elegance with our […]

Romance Was Born: Reflected Glory

Romance Was Born: Reflected Glory

Words by Hannah Rabbitt HOLY hell yeah. Somehow, Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales seem to always get it right. Rain, hail or shine. Their latest collection of flawless threads is dubbed Reflected Glory; a celestial work of wonder put together with the help of Australian born artist Rebecca Baumann, who shares a love of colour […]

​8 Instagrams with serious style credentials

​8 Instagrams with serious style credentials

Words by Randalph Lai DESPITE the fact that the ‘Gram never really did revolutionize photo-messaging or crush the scourge of WhatsApp, the ubiquitous social media application remains one of the best tools for locating awesome people who are cooler than us normals. This is painfully relevant when it comes to clothing, style, and taste making […]

Photography

Hannah Rosa And Danny McShane Collaboration Brings The Photographic Goods

Hannah Rosa And Danny McShane Collaboration Brings The Photographic Goods

Words by Michelle Cha Hannah Rosa, an insanely talented musician from Brisbane and Danny McShane, an award winning filmmaker and photographer joined forces to create some beautiful images for Hannah’s newest EP, “Buried Alive”. The images are powerful but has an ethereal touch that highlights Hannah’s obvious beauty. I got talk to both about their […]

Fotografie: Meine Reise Pt. 1

Fotografie: Meine Reise Pt. 1

Words by Ryan Grice I’D been taking photos on film on and off for about three and half years before I discovered the motivation to make it a regular activity. Prior to that my level of effort seemed to revolve around whoever I was dating at the time (as was the case with most things […]

Palate Makes Life Better

Palate Makes Life Better

Words by Matt Huxley I HAVE officially now seen it all. The first ever video magazine (that I know of anyhow) has just launched. Based out of Melbourne, Palate is the creative outpouring of filmmaker and stylist duo Dylan Wiehahn and Priya Cox. The inaugural issue, New Beginnings just launched and it shows an eclectic […]

Film

Interview: Josh Lawson

Interview: Josh Lawson

Words by Jo McTavish MOUSTACHE Magazine recently sat down with Josh Lawson, director/writer/actor triple threat and the creative mind behind The Little Death, which explores suburban Australian relationships through sex. MM: Congratulations on The Little Death, it was such an amazing film. What was it like to write, direct, and star in a film of […]

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 […]

Ciao! The Lavazza Italian Film Festival Arrives

Ciao! The Lavazza Italian Film Festival Arrives

Words by Jo McTavish AS an avid film lover, I feel comfortable saying that I can find the beauty in most genres of films. There is so much celebration to be had in this art form, which is always moving and constantly leaving people in awe. One thing in particular that I really appreciate is a great […]

Art

Got A Sharpie?

Got A Sharpie?

Words by Michelle Cha DAN Perjovschi’s art is controversial and bold. His works don’t look anything impressive, actually, you will be asking yourself how is this guy even an artist? Well, I admit his drawings do look like simple doodles you make while on the phone to your annoying Aunt who constantly calls to complain […]

Sublime: Contemporary Works From The Collection

Sublime: Contemporary Works From The Collection

Words by Meghan Slater THE Sublime is an aesthetic concept. It can be differentiated from beauty on account of its ability to evoke more intense emotions. An artwork is said to be Sublime if it has an awe-inspiring quality. Associate curator of International Contemporary Art, Ellie Buttrose, has taken the notion of the Sublime and […]

Got Any Spare Parts Mate?

Got Any Spare Parts Mate?

Words by Michelle Cha WHEN you put together an image of a skull, cat with mice on its head, a waif girl looking out in the distance, and paste them on a piece of wood panel, it doesn’t sound so beautiful right? Wrong! Spare Parts, aka Matt Kokoski is an eccentric collage artist, painter, sculptor, […]