Australia's often forgotten, being so far away from everything else. However, I've seen a pretty decent portion of art, culture and design news flowing out from our borders over the past few years. Just came across this 15-year-old girl who did an amazing rendition of David Bowie's song 'Space Oddity' on The Voice. In other news – check out this incredible Australian artist Joshua Smith, . . .
After a week of continual feasting (and food comas), it seems that coffee is a much-needed addition to the following week. Indonesian artist Ghidaq al-Nizar does something completely different with this beverage - he doesn't just chug it down like the rest of us. He creates a series a wonderfully intricate illustrations with a combination of coffee and fingerprints. Created with his own . . .
My colour explosion on Instagram, showcasing inspiration revolving around a single colour. ORANGE Featuring: VΞL▲ZCO | Boston.com | AIGA Design | Ryan Romanes | Marcello Barenghi | Wright Kitchen | Fac_610 | Drye | Alex Louisa . . .
I do enjoy living Shanghai. Well, for the most part at least... Just the other week, I tried to catch a taxi on a Friday night (quite a feat) - finally flagged one down and an elderly lady rushed ahead of me. I politely told her that I was actually standing there first, and she looked at me and yelled "but I have children!" and proceeded to slam the door in my face. Just note that her children . . .
Being in Shanghai, you see things that you never thought you would. You hear about stories that are way too close for comfort. I mean...we recently had a food scandal where they found that people were distributing millions of dollars worth of meat from the 1970s. Read here if you don't believe me. They can fake eggs, watermelons explode, and we have dead pigs floating down the river - but all . . .
Spotted this gem this morning - minimalistic perfection. Amongst the charming galleries, live music and a delicious foodie scene of San Jose del Cabo’s Historic Art District sits DRIFT, a boutique hotel aimed for young independent travelers. Inspired by “traveling without a destination”, it is a simple accommodation with a social atmosphere. "It is the prototype for a series of hotels that . . .
Have always been fascinated by parkour - their ability to run, jump and flip across urban spaces fuelled by adrenaline, giving the cities a life different to that of the normal bustle of crowds and traffic. Earlier this year, I wrote about Dancing with Flour. This series by Photographer Ben Franke titled "Parkour Motion" takes another spin on this concept of photography, a slightly more . . .