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Flora Borsi Is “Animeyed”

Flora Borsi Is “Animeyed”

| January 21, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE incredible Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi, who is a new found talent here at Moustache brings her latest series “Animeyed” to the world and it is something you all need to see. She is a regular on one of our favourite websites (Art Fucks Me) and one talented individual who keeps […]

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Pablo Thecuadro’s Collage Art

Pablo Thecuadro’s Collage Art

| January 17, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  EARLIER this week we mentioned how collage art is becoming a lot more prominent and to showcase this rising method, we found Madrid based photographer and collage artist Pablo Thecuardo. He has been featured publications such as ELLE Serbia and Coas Couture, but you will find all of “Thecurdo’s’ latest artwork […]

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Jonathan Rosen “I Want To Dream” Exhibition

Jonathan Rosen “I Want To Dream” Exhibition

| January 16, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish CONCEPTUAL and appropriation artist Jonathan Rosen ended 2015 with his “I Want to Dream” exhibition at Colette. The series marked his debut in Paris, and included twelve provoking pieces and eight new canvases made specifically for the show. In a rare and exciting move, “Rosen’ will be taking a residency in […]

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Dani Oliver’s Psychedelic Pictures

Dani Oliver’s Psychedelic Pictures

| January 14, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE French really know how to make a difference when it comes to art and culture, and thanks to photographer Dani Oliver we have another reason to believe it.  Living in Paris, “Oliver’ has a unique portfolio displaying surreal images of naked bodies, with vibrant projections layered on top. Each intricate […]

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Little Mountain Studio Launch

Little Mountain Studio Launch

| December 4, 2015

Words by Ryan Grice ALL hope is not lost… And it’s party time!   As an avid supporter and practicer of photography, it saddens me to see the loss of some major players who have had a long-term presence in Brisbane’s photographic sphere. It began with funding cuts and the closure of QCP, The Queensland centre […]

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@Tonyfutura: Creating Simple Images With A Twist

@Tonyfutura: Creating Simple Images With A Twist

| December 3, 2015

Words by Jo McTavish “A picture is worth a thousand words” seems to be a vogue notion at present, especially since the genesis of the social media “addiction” of Instagram. I am certain for many this is not always the case but when you’re looking at the work from German art director @tonyfutura it simply […]

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Art In The Media: The Skill Set To Stay Ahead

Art In The Media: The Skill Set To Stay Ahead

| December 2, 2015

Words by Courtney Deagon  WE’VE all heard of FOMO, Fear Of Missing Out. But I’d like to propose a new, and probably more relevant acronym for our time; FOBLB. Fear Of Being Left Behind. Nowadays society moves at such a fast pace, with technologies, media platforms and creative industries booming with new ideas and opportunities […]

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Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker

Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker

| November 9, 2015

Words by Jo McTavish IT is so important to discuss current social issues, but sometimes there are more progressive ways to portray them and in my eyes art has a larger place. A great example of this is Edward Honaker, a twenty-one-year old photographer who recently documented his own depression in powerful self-portraits. This series […]

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Portland: Art City

Portland: Art City

| August 19, 2015

Words by Miranda Hine FORGET NYC, San Fran and Chicago. Could Portland, Oregon be North America’s new cultural capital? The city is, at its heart, an old logging town where values of community and culture have retained their importance. Step out of the city centre and you’re in the thick woods in front of the idyllic […]

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Friday Favourites: 3 Art Directors To Check Out

Friday Favourites: 3 Art Directors To Check Out

| August 14, 2015

Words by Miranda Hine ART directors and studios are a big deal at the moment. Their job is sort of a mix between an artist, a designer and a stylist. They’re usually responsible for beautiful branding and extraordinary image creation. Check out these awesome art directors and studios killing it with their ultra-contemporary work. 1. Six […]

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