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How To Tell You’ve Gone And Grown Up

How To Tell You’ve Gone And Grown Up

Words by Natasha Norford FACE it. Some of us go and do it. Some of us go and grow up. The signs begin to show, they begin to rear their ugly heads, and before you know it, you’ve turned into that person who reminds everyone to wear sunscreen. Need to know if you’ve crossed the […]

Tusk Could Be The New Human Centipede

Tusk Could Be The New Human Centipede

Words By Dominic Cansdale I LIKE being human. I like having toes and fingers and living on the land where we remain the dominant species. It’s a pretty sweet deal but there’s something deeply disturbing about Kevin Smith’s new horror comedy film Tusk that directly challenges my comfort levels. After directing the cult indie classic […]

Why Florence Shits On Rome And Venice

Why Florence Shits On Rome And Venice

Words by Danny Saba SHOPPING. Art. Nightlife. Food. Florence has it all, and presents it on a much fancier pizza than her sister Italian cities. There’s just something about Florence. It’s a city that feels lived in and has a perfect balance of tourists and locals to get a taste of what living in Italy […]

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How To Tell You’ve Gone And Grown Up

How To Tell You’ve Gone And Grown Up

Words by Natasha Norford FACE it. Some of us go and do it. Some of us go and grow up. The signs begin to show, they begin to rear their ugly heads, and before you know it, you’ve turned into that person who reminds everyone to wear sunscreen. Need to know if you’ve crossed the […]

Scar Stories Turns Scars Into Empowering Portraits For Cancer Survivors

Scar Stories Turns Scars Into Empowering Portraits For Cancer Survivors

Words by Matt Huxley CANCER charity Scar Stories launched its first book this month with an unforgettable celebration at Foxy Bean, Woolloongabba, the other night. Musicians, artists, photographers, industry professionals and yours fucking truly came together to celebrate and embrace the charity’s mission – to raise awareness about young adult cancer, raise funds for cancer […]

Confessions Of A Snoboholic

Confessions Of A Snoboholic

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana I’M a snob! It pains me to admit it, but it is true. No matter where I am, I can’t help but sigh when I see anyone wearing faux designer clothing; I refuse to watch any reality television shows – so no, I don’t care if she said yes to the […]

Fashion

River Island Brings The Goods

River Island Brings The Goods

Words by Matt Huxley WHEN you think of high street fashion, in Australia at least, River Island is not usually a brand that springs to mind. Hell, we basically don’t even have H&M. We have stores like Country Road, French Connection and Saba. All quality stores. But they don’t provide us with the range that […]

Get Sporty With Lé Moda

Get Sporty With Lé Moda

Words by Hannah Rabbitt, Images by Mayowa Adeniyi FASHION hasn’t been this much about functionality since prehistoric times. We’re embracing Birkenstocks and New Balances because they actually get us from A to B without a packet of band-aids and awkward limping (we can’t all be Carrie Bradshaw) and the minimalistic trend is living on because […]

Instagram: Your New #1 Resume Reference

Instagram: Your New #1 Resume Reference

Words by Hannah Rabbitt MARC by Marc Jacobs’ latest campaign (which is entirely cool, obviously) took totally new measures to cast for its leading ladies and gents. Instead of your typical walk in and be judged try-out, Jacobs and stylist Kat Grand told any hopefuls to upload a pic of themselves to the wonderful, filter-perfect […]

Photography

Instagram Accounts We Can’t Believe You Aren’t Following: The Photographic

Instagram Accounts We Can’t Believe You Aren’t Following: The Photographic

Words by Natasha Norford EVERYONE loves Instagram. This is a new series of accounts that WE CAN’T BELIEVE you aren’t following. We kick off with our favourite Photographic accounts.  @ingwervanille Tripping through Provence, Paris, or simply the pine forest next to her flat in Vienna, Svetlana snaps every moment of her wanders through remote countries, […]

Introducing The Cut Out King of New York

Introducing The Cut Out King of New York

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana COLLAGE art has hit the streets of New York City. Instagram artist Kalen Hollomon has taken advantage of his smartphone and forced perspective to create comical photography using New York’s unassuming civilians. Dubbed the Cut Out King of New York, Hollomon isn’t afraid to push boundaries. Whether it is a police […]

CATC Presents Spectrum

CATC Presents Spectrum

Words by Matt Huxley YOU better go and support Brisbane’s up and coming creative photographers. the Creative Arts Training College, or CATC’s photography students are combining to present their works in a two part exhibition. The show, entitled “Spectrum” is comprised of two exhibitions, “Ultraviolet” and “Infrared.” These up and comers are the Testino’s of […]

Film

Tusk Could Be The New Human Centipede

Tusk Could Be The New Human Centipede

Words By Dominic Cansdale I LIKE being human. I like having toes and fingers and living on the land where we remain the dominant species. It’s a pretty sweet deal but there’s something deeply disturbing about Kevin Smith’s new horror comedy film Tusk that directly challenges my comfort levels. After directing the cult indie classic […]

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 […]

Ambiancé: 720 Hours Of Artistic Expression

Ambiancé: 720 Hours Of Artistic Expression

Words By Johnny Harkin JANUARY 31st 2020. Save the date everyone. That day will mark the end of artist Anders Weberg’s 20-year expedition into the creative expression that is the art of film. His piece, Ambiancé, will be the last film he ever makes. And there is a pretty good reason behind it too. Ambiancé […]

Music

Say Hello To Falsetto – Literally

Say Hello To Falsetto – Literally

Words by Chloe Giacca ADAM Lopez has a voice with a high enough frequency for dogs to hear whilst humans can’t. Quite literally though, because he holds the Guiness World Record for the highest vocal note sung by a man, so say hello to falsetto. He’s backed for the likes of good ole’ Keith Urban- […]

10 Tunes #77

10 Tunes #77

 Words by Anthony Thomas THIS week in music: - Zebra Katz features on Kito and Reija Lee’s track Word$. Their EP is out now. – SBTRKT and Ezra Koenig (Vampier Weekend), is this real life? – We’re always begging for more Banks. She always delivers. – Rochelle Jordan and Cyril Hahn make good things when they […]

Violent Soho Broke My Tooth And It Was Awesome

Violent Soho Broke My Tooth And It Was Awesome

Words By Dominic Cansdale WHEN Violent Soho took to the stage at West End’s Hi-fi recently, two truths became very clear to me. First of all, this Brisbane based four-piece slam down the rock anthems like they were candy flavoured tequila shots. Secondly, a mosh pit of Violent Soho magnitude is about as safe as […]