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Eocene: What You Really Need

Eocene: What You Really Need

Words by Hannah Rabbitt AHHH, Australia. We love you for your beaches, your cute, eucalyptus munching critters and your eccentric selection of delicacies (vegemite, we’re looking at you). But, we do not love you for your somewhat scarce availability of certain outrageously funky designers. A moment of silence, please. But alas fellow Australians who are […]

Global Profile: Andorra

Global Profile: Andorra

Words by Danny Saba WHAT’S better than going to France and Spain? Visiting their landlocked love-child Andorra of course; a beautiful mountainous principality renown for its picturesque snowy slopes, relaxing lifestyle and tax free shopping. Getting into the boarders of Andorra is the only stressful task associated with the country, as there’s no international airports. […]

I Really Like Lake Malawi

I Really Like Lake Malawi

Words by Natasha Norford I’D really not like to write in first person, if we’re being honest. I’d much rather maintain the author-to-audience mystery of a thought-provoking, mildly witty, well-worded piece. But not so, today, not so. I’ll shatter my illusive glass tower to come on down and talk about the buzz I just had […]

Serious Section

Naked And Famous

Naked And Famous

  Words by Caitlin Lambert KIM Kardashian has whipped it out again creating controversy after her latest recreation of Jean-Paul Goode’s ‘Champagne Incident’. The socialite has once again secured a name in the media by showing off her assets in Paper Magazines Winter 2014 issue. Though she has gained widespread criticism for her nudes you […]

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Your DNA could be on the moon, Japan’s sexy soldiers, Space coffee will probably be shit, and Forget Buddy Christ; get drive thru blessings! Words by Ryan Grice A group of British scientists led by one David Iron are attempting to raise £500m over the next ten years using the crowd funding website Kickstarter to fund […]

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 […]

Fashion

Eocene: What You Really Need

Eocene: What You Really Need

Words by Hannah Rabbitt AHHH, Australia. We love you for your beaches, your cute, eucalyptus munching critters and your eccentric selection of delicacies (vegemite, we’re looking at you). But, we do not love you for your somewhat scarce availability of certain outrageously funky designers. A moment of silence, please. But alas fellow Australians who are […]

Mousfache Reports: ARIAs

Mousfache Reports: ARIAs

Words by The Fashion Team  SARTORIALLY, like most Australian awards shows, the fashion is always a bit hit and miss, and this year’s ARIA awards were no different. See what our fashion team thought of the selections! 5SOS Hannah: I’m sure they’re lovely, but I never have seen, nor never will see, the appeal in […]

River Island Covers You In Tinsel And You Will Love It

River Island Covers You In Tinsel And You Will Love It

Words by Aiho Tan CHRISTMAS is just around the corner and high street fashion brand River Island have certainly got you covered in tinsel and a cardboard box full of retail happiness this festive season.  Personally, I view Christmas as the holiday period to relax, reflect on the busy year and to give generously even […]

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

The Weed Snobs Really Hate Alcohol But Love Weed

The Weed Snobs Really Hate Alcohol But Love Weed

Words by Dominic Cansdale SOME people take their love for the herb quite seriously and none more so than the ‘weed snobs’. Sebastian and Richard are two old Yale friends that live in an alternative universe where marijuana is as normal as a glass of red wine. “Mmm it’s delicious. You know the buds are […]

A Taste Of What’s To Come: Hannibal

A Taste Of What’s To Come: Hannibal

Words By Dominic Cansdale IN a dark, abandoned corn silo somewhere in the snowy fields of Minnesota, a serial killer walks among the remains of his numerous victims. Spraying an adhesive coating over the dozens of bodies posthumously organised into a circular mural, this sadistic killer is actually being watched. Soon the hunter will become […]

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

Heri Dono’s Installations Speak Volumes

Heri Dono’s Installations Speak Volumes

Words by Michelle Cha I’VE been in perpetual wanderlust for the past couple of weeks. Since finishing my studies, all I can think about is going somewhere with a one way ticket and not planning a single day of my life. Of all the places I’ve imagined myself living, Indonesia seems like a bloody good […]

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 […]