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Day Ravies 7" launch with White Walls, and The Ancients
JAALA debut show with Rabbit Island and Costa
HTRK, Mika Vainio, Jonny Telafone, and DJ Conrad Standish
Pok Pok Som drinking vinegar
The Sydney office review a bunch of gross craft beers
BGOODS Label x Kara Town
Romance Was Born AW15 'Bush Magic'
No Zu 'Medusa Beat'
A mixtape by GL
A YouTube playlist by Hinds
Seth Searle's Pet Portraits
A picture says some words, with Dick Diver's Steph Hughes
Beers In The Sun
How to match snacks and tinnies to Golden Plains bands
Tim Tam straws
Chips On Chips
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Aevoe, vol. 1
Low Life News #2
'35ppm', a laser printed photographic exhibition by Bloom Publishing
Kinobi x Radical Yes pop up shop
BP (Bikes Please)
Exercise options for people who hate the gym but love the club
A Cheapskate's Guide to Valentine's Day
Festival Of The Photocopier Highlight(er)s for 2015
Camp Casual 2015
Behind the scenes at Dog Photog
Lucas Golding and Kieren Seymour opening
Alliance Française French Film Festival for the Disorganised
A Most Violent Year
Seth Searle's Pet Portraits
This is Mini Moon Rabbit, she hangs out in the office either sunning herself on her cushion, pawing around our feet for a cuddle or guarding us from the leop...
A picture says some words, with Dick Diver's Steph H...
Dick Diver's third album Melbourne, Florida is out early next month. The honest, haphazard narratives and spot-on lyrical detail are still in tact (when&...
Beers In The Sun
Beers In The Sun is a project by Sydney-based illustrator Barry Patenaude. One of his Instagram followers will suggest an international or local tinnie for h...
Katherine Sabbath reviews her favourite portrait in ...
American artist Chuck Close is known for his epic-scale photorealist portraits of pop culture personalities like Kate Moss, Lou Reed, Roy Lichtenstein and Ob...
Justene Williams, 'The Curtain Breathed Deeply'
Sydney artist Justene Williams is known for creating set-sized collages that are so complex and vibrant they pretty much break your mind. For her latest solo...
Lou Hubbard, 'Dead Still Standing'
Lou Hubbard is an expert at giving readymade objects a new purpose. For Melbourne Now in 2013 she took eyeballs that she'd discovered in a Barcelona Happ...
A YouTube playlist by Johann Rashid
Artist Johann Rashid has worked on some great clips and one feature film (which we still haven't seen because we can't get our VHS player to work). H...
Typography Summer School
Artists go to Goldsmiths or the Royal Academy, lawyers get all Ivy League, typographers? They take short courses at Fraser Muggeridge's Typography Summer...
Open call for Bloom Publishing's first submission-ba...
The smart legends over at Bloom Publishing are holding their first ever submission-based photography exhibition, '35ppm'. Anyone anywhere is able to...
Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence
Last week, my Mum gave me a pair of Mambo board shorts that she'd bought at the Salvos. I said “Thanks Mum but I'm never gonna wear these&rdquo...
'Re-issue' design poster exhibition and online store...
Sometimes designer Stuart Hall works out of our office. Those days are happy days. What inspirational shoe and sock combination will he be wearing? What inap...
Monica's Gallery, 'The Artist Interprets Highpoint'
Ahhh the day glow and DayGlo of shopping centre food courts. The particularly panopticon-like food court at Highpoint. The way you read people within said fo...
Faux Museum is just what the exhibition title implies, with the added benefit of being a fundraiser for the Abbotsford Convent's gallery, c3. Curated by ...
'Fin' at Utopian Slumps
When translated from French, Fin is defined as “the end” (end of the Century, Fin de siècle), but can also mean fine, and the shows that Utopian ...
Go ahead, make my day-vid Shrigley
David Shrigley, who absolutely needs no introduction, has a giant survey of work opening at the NGV from Nov 14 - Mar 1. It's his biggest show in Austral...
Independent Photography Festival 2014
There's a reason that Hard Workers Club is named thus. Because of the millions of images we see every day, there are some that stand out like glistening ...
Don't Kurt Cobain
It just happens that the last show at Slopes marks the twenty year anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death. And depending on your personal conspiracy theory a...
Far from the hoity-toity existentialism of the early 20th Century, the absurd in art now makes us laugh at our own failures. Sure, that Bosch painting you ju...
Gertrude Studios pt 1
Traditionally, Gertrude Contemporary have held a one month long exhibition featuring the works of their studio artists each year. This year, it'll be spr...
Independent Photography Festival 2014 call for submi...
Calling all Teller's and Testino's (no Terry's), the submission deadline for the IPF's 2014 Photo Prize has been extended until next Monday, ...
Guy Benfield, 'Chardonnay Beach and Wine Boutique'
One million images, including but not limited to: white sand beaches, modernist Floridian homes on said beaches which are actually situated in NYC. Chardonna...
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...
Liquid Architecture 2014
Predicated on Goethe's grand statement, “Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music”, Liquid Architecture has, for the past 1...
¯\_(ツ)_/¯, The Second Bus Projects Edition Exhibition
Look, ¯|(ツ)/¯ is a fundraiser, so the goal is to raise real cash money for a gallery that exhibits consistently good art the year round. This year, Kim Brock...
Notes From The Field
'The Field' is one ambiguous term. To my mind, it has never meant anything but a wide expanse of crushing everythingness or the place where we ran in...
Robert Ashton, 'Into the Hollow Mountains - A Portr...
Really good documentary photography can make you stand back for a while and try to connect the dots. You don't really need the back story to empathise – ...
When it comes to ~the internet~, the term tabula rasa turns itself into tabula plena. Melbourne-via-UK curator Alana Kushnir's exhibition Tabularium sees...
The Hotel Windsor is a place in which one can get easily lost, and that's probably a good reason to hold an (alternative) art fair in there. Spring 1883,...
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