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An interview with the makers of 'Advanced Style'

Blogger Ari Seth Cohen has been chronicling the fabulous older ladies of New York and their flamboyant attire since 2008. Advanced Style introduces us to som...

Body Swap

My friends do some pretty wack/beautiful things in the name of experiencing something new. One friend pulled out a tooth to see what it was like (painful, bu...

Art As A Verb

It's been a long time since art has been defined as a noun (see: the dematerialisation of art touted by the conceptual artists of the 60s and 70s or even...

One Noodle Friendship

Melbourne is sprawling at such a rate that we're actually endangering our food supplies. But the upside is that, for now, all that sprawl can support mul...

Nylons SS14/15

In 2013, two beautiful ladies created something also very beautiful. 'Nylons', a range of jewellery which captured delicate Swarovski crystals caged ...

Toasta

Eyyyy, Toasta! That's how you're going to greet Rebecca and Tim, the couple behind new food van, Toasta. And if you guessed that they make toasties, ...

Huxtaburger pop-up at The John Curtin Hotel

Much-loved brioche bun burger merchants Huxtaburger are opening a pop-up at The John Curtin Hotel. This is a win for those who enjoy good music and good burg...

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ at Bus Projects

Jesse went along to the opening of Bus Projects' second Edition Exhibition and caught all you smilin' (not shruggin') beauts. If you missed it, t...

Ben Lerner, '10:04'

10:04 begins somewhere near the beginning of the novel. The narrator, also the author, recounts a celebratory meal of massaged baby octopuses, feeling alien,...

Erik Jensen, 'Acute Misfortune: the life and death o...

“He needs to get his hand off his dick. It was way too fucking adult contemporary.” This was my housemate's reaction to Nick Cave's autob...

Skeleton Twins

Suicides, underage relationships, adultery, making do. Sheesh! There are some pretty heavy themes in Skeleton Twins, but like any family worth its salt, ther...

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

The Boy Who Cried Wolf specialises in what I can only describe as 'local globe food'. You can get eastern European-style stew with beef chorizo and s...

Lovers Court

Lovers Court is a new label straight out of Collingwood. It's a leisurely line of street wear which takes influence from future American street, hip hop,...

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Thousands Tokyo

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Small discoveries from the world's biggest city. We are pleased to welcome Thousands Tokyo to The Thousands family.

Summer Road Trip Series

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We're going on a road trip – a whole bunch of 'em, and all thanks to the good people at Hertz, who are making life easier for 21–24 year old 'Young Renters' wanting to hire a car.

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