Talented artist and illustrator
Menace: a concept that brought about a solo exhibition, t-shirt and 124-page book.
An Interview with Chris Yee
From one artist to the next.
Our latest interview from the After Dark Adventures series is with talented artist and illustrator, Chris Yee.
Mixing in America’s pop culture and their numerous stereotypes with mythological characters and various ‘menaces’, Chris Yee’s art and mind lives in a parallel universe compared to the rest of us.
Get to know him better via our exclusive interview with the artist.
The iconic Australian brand showcased 70 looks on the Runway.
Held at Sydney's Carriageworks
Event Review: KOOKAÏ S/S 2014 Runway Show
Work > Flight to Sydney > KOOKAÏ Runway Show > Sleep > 4.30am wake up call > 6am flight back to Melbourne > Straight to work.
This was my itinerary last Wednesday when I decided to embark on a whirlwind trip to Sydney to attend the Spring/Summer Runway Show for KOOKAÏ.
Want to know what happened?
Originally sung by Mario
Re-created by 21-year-old Australian vocalist
WAFIA: Let Me Love You
I knew there was something about WAFIA that was special.
The young Brisbane singer first came to my attention last year, when I heard her voice featured on Japanese Wallpaper’s ‘Breathe In’, and now, she’s decided to release some music on her own and giving us the first taste of what’s to come in the near future.
A cover of Mario’s 2004 hit single, Let Me Love You. <3
The second single from her upcoming sophomore record.
Co-written by Ed Sheeran
Jessie Ware – Say You Love Me
Jessie Ware has released the second single from her upcoming album, and recently, fellow UK singer Sam Smith boldly tweeted that he thought her new single was 2014′s ‘Song of the Year’.
What do you guys think?
All you have to do is click on the link below and press play.
Originally created by London kids, Years & Years
One of my favourite producers
Atu: Years & Years – Take Shelter (Remix)
I was in the process of drafting a write-up for the original tune by Years & Years, but yesterday, I hopped on to Soundcloud and noticed that a remix of the song by one of my favourite producers, Atu, had been released.
My expectations were pretty high at this point, as I hit play on this track.
Written and directed by Zach Braff..
..and starring Kate Hudson.
Movie Review: Wish I Was Here
Whilst the Melbourne International Film Festival wraps up this weekend, I was lucky enough to attend a screening earlier this week of ‘Wish I Was Here’, a movie that was funded via Kickstarter and starring Zach Braff and Kate Hudson.
Read on for my thoughts on the film.
Presented by Hunger TV.
Co-inciding with the release of her new single, Break The Fall.
Laura Welsh: The Other Side [Mix]
Fresh from the release of her new single, Break The Fall, songstress Laura Welsh has created a special, smooth-blended mix for us and our ears featuring Thom Yorke, J Dilla, Portishead, FlyLo and so much more.
Hit the link below.
Featuring pieces that are perfect to wear day or night; pre-workout, during or post-workout.
Showcasing apparel and footwear for both men and women.
Nike Sportswear: Fall 2014
Whilst the entire Fall collection from Nike should be celebrated and shared with the world, it’s the Sportswear collection from the Fall 2014 collection that I’ve chosen to highlight for this particular write-up.
Trying to juggle two lives, the Sportswear collection features pieces that I can see myself incorporating into both my corporate and creative life with some clever and subtle styling.
Don’t worry fellas, you’re included in this post.
Starring Eddie Redmayne..
...and Felicity Jones.
Movie Trailer: The Theory of Everything
An upcoming film about the life and times of famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking is going to be a real tear-jerker, if the newly released trailer is any indication.
Watch it now and get some tissues ready.
Originally composed by Disclosure..
..and the vocal stylings of Sam Smith.
Daniela Andrade: Latch
This voice has been stuck in my head all week!
Not so much the song itself – well, a particular part of the song, yes – but really, it’s the angelic voice of Daniela Andrade that has been weaving in and out of my head all week.