We had a chat to the talented young humans behind multidisciplinary creative hub the taable, whose work takes ordinary objects and reimagines them in new and creative ways.
West End is about to get an innovative new art space! House Conspiracy will be empowering artists of all domains through the provision of free residencies, workshop, and showcase spaces.
We chat to Julien Pacaud the artist who uses collage techniques to create serene, dreamlike and contradictory universes.
This month we take a look at the captivating debut work of fiction from Brisbane writer Nicholas John Turner, Hang him when he is not there.
Delve into the latest successful creative campaigns on Pozible, where Australian artists, musicians and film producers are promoting some seriously fantastic up-and-coming projects.
Check out our chat with comic artist Nicky Minus where we talk about sex, shame and comics.
In Residence is hosting its first exhibition this weekend, and we're feeling pretty excited about it. Check out some of the amazing artist being featured.
Don’t you hate it when you love and appreciate art and want to share it with the people you love but you can’t afford to buy it? Well Art Money is aiming to make owning art possible for anyone who loves it. Not just those that can afford it.
We had a chat with Mariano Pascual about what floats his boat and motivates his work and his answers are as poetic as his art.
Julian Glander agreed to temporarily halt building his colourful 3D empire, and chat with us about the inspirations and methods behind his growing portfolio and internet fame.
After a successful first year in 2014, Jungle Love returned this year with a festival that truly exceeded expectations. Check out some of our happy snaps from the festival.
We had a chat to the ever-talented mind behind Savvy Creative, Savannah Van der Niet, and took a look inside her lovely creative space in Brisbane.
We had a chat with Lisa Guy, the talented crafter behind Made in Lisa Land, about creating and bringing people together through craft.
Ambivalently Yours is more than a single anonymous artist, or an online space–it is a revolution in indecision.
We had a chat to the Latvian artist Oskars Pavlovskis who dabbles in a variety of art forms ranging from comic strips to illustrations to 3D game art.
We have a chat with Monika Correa, a Brisbane based graphic designer, illustrator, pattern maker and all-round rad creative, about her involvement in the The Design Kids X Print All Over Me collaboration.
We caught up with the editor of Woolf Pack zine, Rebecca Cheers, in our Bardon office to talk DIY zine culture and feminism.
Alex Garland’s film Ex Machina may well be what the internet refers to as a problematic fave. Imogen Baker looks at why this is so.
London grunge rockers talk Tinder, Laurence Fishburne and crushing on their high-school English teachers.
We chat with Brisbane based artist Rhiannon Langford about her whimsical water coloured world.
"You could comfortably call The Babadook a horror film, but it was never actually Jennifer Kent’s intention to scare anybody." Felix reviews the 2014 Australian film The Babadook.
"The human image has for decades found its feet and fought for its right to express a new sensibility through the artistic medium."
UK indie rock darlings talk tacky T-shirts, superpowers and their Middle-earth counterparts.
Knit artist Yr chats with us about her fresh eyes on a traditional artistic discipline, raising hens in Icleand and vomiting wool .
The name of Kim Jaeger's project, Pot Head Ceramics, is as misleading as it is obvious. One thing's for sure, we love her little Pot Heads.
Romy Northover, artist and ceramicist of NO. talks the fusion of Eastern and Western techniques, and the age old saying, 'it's all about the ride'.
"DEEP SPACE HOUSE PLANT occurs on an interstellar space station beyond our galaxy, exact location has been unknown for three earth years... Images have been received by the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico of a seemingly abandoned station with overgrown experiments and small signs of struggle... Investigation continues." - Ashley Ronning
Katherine O'Hanlon introduces you to Leah Goren, whose illustrations and ceramics harbour something slightly subversive underneath their initial sweetness.
"Range Anxiety is refreshing because it isn’t pretentious, it knows its lane, and it’s cautiously satisfied with that". Felix Garner-Davis reviews Twerps' latest effort.
Katherine O'Hanlon visits Stanislava Pinchuk, the talent behind MISO in her airy studio overlooking Swanston Street to talk about her art, her tattooing, and the sense of community that comes with it.