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Nostalgia Nights – Take 21

Nostalgia Nights – Take 21

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 […]

SK Games Breaking The Comic Book Guy Mould

SK Games Breaking The Comic Book Guy Mould

Words By Samara Nilsson MY first memory of anything that resembles the gaming industry today was playing Crash Bandicoot on our first PlayStation Christmas, 1998. I was playing with my brother and sister and indulging in a little gang warfare over our one controller. For whatever reason my Mother had the WHAM! Christmas album banging […]

Global Profile: San Marino

Global Profile: San Marino

Words by Danny Saba EVERYONE applaud San Marino’s football team, they’ve just ended a humiliating 61 consecutive loss streak in the European Championships; an impressing feat for the small nation who is currently ranked 208th and joint-last in the Fifa-World Rankings. Even though they didn’t actually win the match (drawing 0-0 with Estonia) we’re still […]

Serious Section

Buy My Oxygen You Dumb C**t

Buy My Oxygen You Dumb C**t

Words by Dominic Cansdale ARE you constantly searching for the next exciting product that charges an excessive amount of money for something which occurs naturally? Well today could very well be your lucky day and its all thanks to some mangroves in Indonesia. In what we can only assume to be the equivalent of Indonesia’s […]

The G20 Was Hijacked By Some Hippie Called Obama

The G20 Was Hijacked By Some Hippie Called Obama

Words By Dominic Cansdale IT took over a year of planning and countless diplomatic meetings but the Brisbane G20 has officially finished. As the dust settles it’s worthwhile sitting back, taking a deep breath and contemplating the weekend’s events. In diplomatic terms a lot went down during the G20, and like a group of schoolies […]

Seven Murderers You DON’T Want To Meet In A Dark Alley

Seven Murderers You DON’T Want To Meet In A Dark Alley

Words by Matt Huxley THAT title is probably a bit silly. After all, you wouldn’t want to meet any murderer in an alleyway. Unless you have some fucking weird fetishes. Crime shows number in the hundreds so y’all know you’re interested (or at least curious) about depraved criminals.  I’m running through several evil murderers that […]

Fashion

Model Love: Lilli Tronc-Robinson

Model Love: Lilli Tronc-Robinson

Words by Aiho Tan WHAT a better way to relaunch the Model Love series with up and coming star Lilli Tronc-Robinson who has escaped Brisvegas and crossed the border to Sydney to further her career. Her nickname T-Rob caught on as a shortened version of her last name which she admits is a mouthful to […]

Photoshoot: ANNA

Photoshoot: ANNA

Words by Natasha Foster ANNA  is an extraordinary woman that I met at the beginning of the year. She originally contacted me answering a casting call for a body painting photoshoot because she suffered from alopecia. I was so excited to shoot her, not for the body painting shoot but because I found her so […]

Lilya: Between The Lines

Lilya: Between The Lines

Words by Hannah Rabbitt AS I write this in sweltering 43-degree heat, it’s hard to try and imagine covering my profusely sweating skin in layers of clothing any thicker than a cotton tee. Nevertheless, the fashionsphere keeps on spinning and AW15 look books are hitting us hard. So much winter nostalgia is coming with them […]

Photography

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 […]

Photoshoot: Raven Queen

Photoshoot: Raven Queen

Words by Matt Huxley THE Raven Queen follows the evolution of a character through the stages of her life. In preparing for this shoot I blended the images of birds, people, gothic imagery and even drag queens in order to create the concept and the character of the Raven Queen.  Coming off the success of […]

In-Profile: Kayzar

In-Profile: Kayzar

MM: WHO are you I’m Kayzar. I live in Melbourne. I’m a commercial and fashion photographer, a retoucher, a graphic designer, a cinematographer and sometime performer. I like long romantic walks on the beach; watching movies; and dogs. My favourite colour is blue or green or red or orange, I love the summertime and my […]

Film

Nostalgia Nights – Take 21

Nostalgia Nights – Take 21

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 […]

In Celebration Of Making The Funny, Dramatic

In Celebration Of Making The Funny, Dramatic

Adapted by Matt Huxley TO celebrate the release of Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children on 27 November, we have revisited some of the most memorable dramatic roles on screen. Many of us tend to think of actors generally sticking to one genre, but in fact it’s interesting to learn that many comedic actors have […]

Nostalgia Nights – Take 20

Nostalgia Nights – Take 20

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 […]

Art

Stephen Johnston’s Observations Are Just Surreal

Stephen Johnston’s Observations Are Just Surreal

Words by Michelle Cha STEPHEN Johnston’s newest exhibition, ‘Observations’ at Lethbridge Gallery is a thought provoking series of paintings that juxtapose the ordinary with the strange and weird. Positioning the figures with everyday objects to create a scene where we question our existence and being. Not trying to get too philosophical, Johnston’s paintings reveal a […]

My Night At Nash Theatre And Encounter With Edgar Allan Poe

My Night At Nash Theatre And Encounter With Edgar Allan Poe

Words by Michelle Cha I had the pleasure of seeing Once Upon A Midnight: An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe at New Farm Nash Theatre, directed by Sandra Harman last Friday night. I have to admit, although I enjoy the theatre, I have barely any time (or the money) to attend as many shows as […]

Putting Pencil To Sea Urchin

Putting Pencil To Sea Urchin

Words by Michelle Cha Jennifer Maestre is one hell of a talented artist, and visionary. Her freaky and life like sculptures are inspired by life in the sea, especially sea urchins. The way she mimics the sea urchin’s textural form and vivid colour spectrum reflect her deep passion for her art. And as a water […]