Monday’s Muse: The Colours of Milton Avery

Some people just understand colour. They know which tones work with which, better still, they know which colour combinations can appear unexpected and exciting. I've probably screen-grabbed over 27 paintings by Milton Avery recently for this very reason; obsessed with his child-like approach to form…
Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: The Colours of Milton Avery

Some people just understand colour. They know which tones work with which, better still, they know which colour combinations can appear unexpected and exciting. I've probably screen-grabbed over 27 paintings by Milton Avery recently for this very reason; obsessed with his child-like approach to form…

Luna

Working across two mediums; ceramics and photography, Luna Jovanovic combines her passions into one. Quiet and considered, Luna’s images explore the compositional value of natural light, while her ceramic pieces push…

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Luna

Working across two mediums; ceramics and photography, Luna Jovanovic combines her passions into one. Quiet and considered, Luna’s images explore the compositional value of natural light, while her ceramic pieces push…

The Everyday .03

The Everyday – an uncontrived look at how different products from Everyday Needs are used and displayed inside the homes of the home ware store’s loyal customers and…

Wednesday’s Feature

The Everyday .03

The Everyday – an uncontrived look at how different products from Everyday Needs are used and displayed inside the homes of the home ware store’s loyal customers and…

Monday’s Muse: Joan Mitchell

“It’s death. It’s hospitals. It’s my terrible nurses. You can add in Melville, ‘Moby Dick’ a chapter on white. White is absolute horror. It is just the worst.”…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Joan Mitchell

“It’s death. It’s hospitals. It’s my terrible nurses. You can add in Melville, ‘Moby Dick’ a chapter on white. White is absolute horror. It is just the worst.”…

Revisited Matters by Katja Kremenic

Berlin-based photographer Katja Kremenic spent two sun-drenched weeks photographing the Spring Summer 2015 collection from Revisited in the Canary island of Lanzarote in Spain. Founded by fashion designer Adriana…

Wednesday’s Feature

Revisited Matters by Katja Kremenic

Berlin-based photographer Katja Kremenic spent two sun-drenched weeks photographing the Spring Summer 2015 collection from Revisited in the Canary island of Lanzarote in Spain. Founded by fashion designer Adriana…

Sharp Practice by Neighbour

Moving from New York, Saager Dilawri opened Neighbour four years ago, feeling like Vancouver was an interesting market at the time. Originally a men’s focused fashion store, Neighbour offered…

Sharp Practice by Neighbour

Moving from New York, Saager Dilawri opened Neighbour four years ago, feeling like Vancouver was an interesting market at the time. Originally a men’s focused fashion store, Neighbour offered…

Monday’s Muse: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

A challenging contemporary dance choreographer with a hugely dedicated following, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has been described as “a minimalist with a tendency to dramatise – a fascinating…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

A challenging contemporary dance choreographer with a hugely dedicated following, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has been described as “a minimalist with a tendency to dramatise – a fascinating…

Exclusive Interview with The Mercantile

If The Mercantile was a woman, who would she be? “The Mercantile is a modern woman who appreciates aesthetic refinement and carries with her beautiful objects and ideals…

Wednesday’s Feature

Exclusive Interview with The Mercantile

If The Mercantile was a woman, who would she be? “The Mercantile is a modern woman who appreciates aesthetic refinement and carries with her beautiful objects and ideals…

Tuesday’s Tune: Kasalefkut-Hulu

Ethiopian musician and arranger Mulatu Astatke is best known as the father of Ethio-jazz. Born in the western Ethiopian city of Jimma, Mulatu was, however, musically trained in London,…

Tuesday's Tune

Tuesday’s Tune: Kasalefkut-Hulu

Ethiopian musician and arranger Mulatu Astatke is best known as the father of Ethio-jazz. Born in the western Ethiopian city of Jimma, Mulatu was, however, musically trained in London,…

Monday’s Muse: Françoise Gilot

“One day when I went to see him (Picasso), we were looking at the dust dancing in a ray of sunlight that slanted in through one of the…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Françoise Gilot

“One day when I went to see him (Picasso), we were looking at the dust dancing in a ray of sunlight that slanted in through one of the…

Sommerhaus Roland Rainer

Sommerhaus Roland Rainer, St. Margarethen, Burgenland. Images from Rainer Schoditsch.

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Sommerhaus Roland Rainer

Sommerhaus Roland Rainer, St. Margarethen, Burgenland. Images from Rainer Schoditsch.

The Everyday .02

The Everyday - an uncontrived look at how different products from Everyday Needs are used and displayed inside the homes of the home ware store’s loyal customers and friends. Next week marks…

Friday Feels Like

The Everyday .02

The Everyday - an uncontrived look at how different products from Everyday Needs are used and displayed inside the homes of the home ware store’s loyal customers and friends. Next week marks…

Tongariro .01

Tongariro National Park, 9th May 2015. All images by Yasmine Ganley #film #35mm

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Tongariro .01

Tongariro National Park, 9th May 2015. All images by Yasmine Ganley #film #35mm

Exclusive Interview with Olivia Crighton of Glasshouse

Fusing her love for anything creative and hands-on with a passion for looking after the environment, Olivia Crighton has built herself a reputable and respectable business in one…

Exclusive Interview with Olivia Crighton of Glasshouse

Fusing her love for anything creative and hands-on with a passion for looking after the environment, Olivia Crighton has built herself a reputable and respectable business in one…

Lidia

Lidia, photographed by Marija Mandić. “Lidia is one of my best friends. We are currently living together in Prague, Czech Republic, and we used to live together for some…

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Lidia

Lidia, photographed by Marija Mandić. “Lidia is one of my best friends. We are currently living together in Prague, Czech Republic, and we used to live together for some…

Monday’s Muse: Renata Adler

“Fear… is forward. No one is afraid of yesterday.” I’ve never met author, journalist and film critic, Renata Adler, and I think it’s safe to say; nor will…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Renata Adler

“Fear… is forward. No one is afraid of yesterday.” I’ve never met author, journalist and film critic, Renata Adler, and I think it’s safe to say; nor will…

That Feeling Of Being In The Country

Anyone who takes photos will understand the importance of archiving. Boxes upon boxes fill my bookcase, each filled to the brim with old negatives and developed film. I…

That Feeling Of Being In The Country

Anyone who takes photos will understand the importance of archiving. Boxes upon boxes fill my bookcase, each filled to the brim with old negatives and developed film. I…

Grace Wales Bonner

“I wrote a 10,000-word dissertation this year on the turning point in black expression around the late ‘60s, early ‘70s. This idea of taking ownership of your representation,…

Fashion, Friday Feels Like

Grace Wales Bonner

“I wrote a 10,000-word dissertation this year on the turning point in black expression around the late ‘60s, early ‘70s. This idea of taking ownership of your representation,…