Get to know Leah’s name – you’re going to be seeing it a lot. With a spot on the upcoming MBFW runway, and a collab in the works with 107 Objects, Leah Williams is one to watch.
It’s been a busy few months for volunteer founders Bernie Fingleton and Amy Willing, but we finally got a chance to sit down with them and learn more about their hopes for the store, their business heroes, and their own creative practices.
A random Google search brought the members of Hybrid Machina together. Now they’re on their way to world domination, or at least a bit of fun.
Jackie Terrett chats with the Sydney-based artist about her mum’s journey with cancer and how it’s changed her art practice.
The name COY embodies what Claire de Carteret hopes for her jewellery: playful, quirky, and above all fun.
Architect Elise Vanden Dool started making polymer clay jewellery as a side project. Soon, her label Doolhaus was born.
Imogen & Celine’s fashion business, Socc, grew out of an impromptu conversation over a life drawing session at 107.
Every layer of Nancy Liang’s GIFs is painstakingly drawn, hand cut and animated.
Clayton first picked up a double bass at 24. Since then he’s travelled the world, studied under Wilbur Morris, and played the world’s longest bass solo on the roof of MONA.
I choose artists who seduce people with their visual aesthetic then punch the audience in the face with their artist statements.