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Interview: Nathan Phillips From These Final Hours

Interview: Nathan Phillips From These Final Hours

  Words by Jo McTavish A love for an endless summer, a brand new apocalyptic film that is both non-traditional and smart sci-fi, that is a stand out for Australian cinema. This is how Australian actor Nathan Phillips described These Final Hours, to our online editor Matt Huxley at the premiere of this film last night.  The […]

Andrea’s Love: Broccoli and Cheddar Soup

Andrea’s Love: Broccoli and Cheddar Soup

Words by Andrea Love WE probably all need more vegetables in our life, and what better way to hide them than in a soup! Even if you’re not the biggest fan of broccoli, you can’t deny that this dish is like a warm hug right inside your mouth. Pour it into a thermos and take […]

Sophie Bottomley: Shape Of The Mouth

Sophie Bottomley: Shape Of The Mouth

Words by Michelle Cha SOPHIE Bottomley is a sculptural artist with quite a list of accolades and achievements. Sophie is the 2014 recipient of the prestigious Australia Council Art Grant and the 2013 winner of 15 Artists, an invitational art prize judged by Chris Saines, Director of the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art […]

Serious Section

Now You Can Sound Drunk When You’re Actually Sober

Now You Can Sound Drunk When You’re Actually Sober

Words By Dominic Cansdale THANKS internet. Just when I thought that I would have to suffer my entire life without knowing the pleasure of sounding like a drunken sleaze when I’m totally sober, now someone with too much time on their hands has come to the rescue. Thanks internet. Zantherus tackles a range of pressing […]

Cancer Survivors Bare Their Scars

Cancer Survivors Bare Their Scars

Words by Matt Huxley CANCER charity, Scar Stories, is launching its first book this month to help raise awareness about young adult cancer. With all proceeds going towards the charity, this project is helping young adult cancer survivors see their scars in a new light. One that is empowering and beautiful. Founded in 2011 when […]

History Repeating Itself: The Attack On MH17

History Repeating Itself: The Attack On MH17

Words by Dominic Cansdale THE 18th of July, 2014, will be etched in history as the point where Ukraine’s entrenched civil war spilled over into the lives of 298 innocent people and their families. The reason behind the tragic loss of life remains unclear but the finger of blame is being squarely pointed at pro-Russian […]

Fashion

You’d Better Know iUTER

You’d Better Know iUTER

Words by Matt Huxley WHY? You ask? Because they’re pretty bloody awesome. That’s why. And they’re coming to Australia finally. The Milanese street wear brand recently announced that it would be bringing its AW14 collection “Augmented Reality” to a select few boutique’s and location’s around Australia. Renowned for their graphic street aesthetic, the high quality […]

Interview: 2ManySiblings

Interview: 2ManySiblings

Words by Khwezi Nkwanyana 2MANYSIBLINGS is a duo that every art and fashion enthusiast should get to know. Unashamedly unique and full of spunk, the brother and sister combo share their African-inspired style and love for art through their blog. I was lucky enough to get the chance to speak to the pair, Velma Rossa […]

5 Minutes With Kayla From Not Your Standard

5 Minutes With Kayla From Not Your Standard

Words by Matt Huxley AS the name suggests, Not Your Standard is not just your average fashion blog. Showcasing Berlin-based Kayla Seah’s lifestyle. fashion choices and overall creativity, the blog incorporates facets of each type of blog, making for a site that is quite clearly, not your standard. See what I did there? I had […]

Photography

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 […]

Light Me Up Baby

Light Me Up Baby

Words by Michelle Cha DARREN Pearson is an American illustrator; his passion is light-sculptures which are created with the use of long exposure photography. The backdrop of his work feature various differing landscapes of California. The most amazing thing about his images is that none of them are photoshopped, what you see is Darren’s magic […]

Joseph Szymanski Is A Dark Room Enthusiast

Joseph Szymanski Is A Dark Room Enthusiast

Words by Michelle Cha JOSEPH Szymanski is a photographer based in San Francisco, and his work is shot entirely on a film camera with a strong emphasis on the production of the photograph giving life and soul to the image. Originally from south east Michigan, Joseph relocated to San Francisco to study a Bachelor of […]

Film

Interview: Nathan Phillips From These Final Hours

Interview: Nathan Phillips From These Final Hours

  Words by Jo McTavish A love for an endless summer, a brand new apocalyptic film that is both non-traditional and smart sci-fi, that is a stand out for Australian cinema. This is how Australian actor Nathan Phillips described These Final Hours, to our online editor Matt Huxley at the premiere of this film last night.  The […]

The Horror Within A Honeymoon

The Horror Within A Honeymoon

 Words by Jo McTavish MOST people want to get married and then jet off to a romantic Honeymoon, which can be cherished until the end of your time. So what happens when the ideal situation of romance is thrown into a combination of horror and regret? You get the new indie horror flick from Leigh […]

Mr. Grey Will See You Now

Mr. Grey Will See You Now

Words by Jo McTavish IN 2011 E.L James published her story Fifty Shades of Grey as an online e-book. It then turned into a widely successful trilogy to then be published by Vintage books and onto becoming the world wide phenomenon. Since her debut, “James’ has earned over $50 million and the hearts of many females […]

Music

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 […]

10 Tunes #76

10 Tunes #76

Words by Anthony Thomas THIS week in music: – Hopium are back. Their debut, Cut, impressed us and Dreamers featuring Phoebe Lou doesn’t disappoint. – If you’re into smooth flow and dripping beats then Isaac Danquah’s latest is going to right up your alley. – Melbourne due, Klo, second offering, False Calls, is real nice. That […]

Letters Of Utrecht: Slow Exit

Letters Of Utrecht: Slow Exit

Words by Chloe Giacca IN the Dutch city of Utrecht, a never ending poem has been formed by The Letters of Utrecht on the stone streets. It’s an endless story created by the finest poets, a social experiment that should be nurtured and cherished, carefully polished and primped. The future of this ‘thing’ is unknown, […]