Whenever we come across shots like this, we rub our eyes and ask ourselves, "Do places like this actually exist?" Indeed, they do. Recently, amateur astronomer and photographer Mike Salway took this gorgeous photo of Mitchell Falls in Australia.
"A sleepless night on a cold rock ledge overlooking the beautiful, powerful, noisy Mitchell Falls all came down to this," he…
Imagine walking outside your door and seeing this! Who wouldn't rub their eyes in disbelief? A life-sized LEGO forest has sprung up in the Australian outback, in a small, isolated mining city called Broken Hill. Residents woke up to a surprise as they witnessed 15 13-foot tall pine trees and 15 flower sets "growing" on their barren red soil. (Back in April, a similar LEGO forest delighted tourists…
Dimitri Kalagas is a director, art director and graphic designer currently working on a freelance basis in Melbourne. Since 2002, Dimitri has worked across a broad range of media, generating original creative insights and executions in film, fashion, advertising, publishing and graphic design.…
Breathtaking abstract imagery taken by Sydney based photographer Mark Mawson. “Aqueous II – The Sequel” is part of the “Aqueous” water series which is created by dropping paint in water and capturing it.…
Mark Alsweiler is an artist from New Zealand currently living and working out of Sydney. He has been involved in several solo and group shows at galleries such as China Heights, Palmer Projects, Nine Lives and Monster Children.
Beautiful new work by Melbourne based designer/artist Leif Podhajsky. Leif also co-runs and is a Creative Director at And, an innovative graphic design & art direction studio. Check out the rest…… Continue
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29-year-old Mark Tipple decided to shoot surfers underwater when he became frustrated with “normal” surf photography, and wanted to capture the action from a different perspective. "I guess it's transformed from a simple idea of seeing how the waves look underwater to how people adapt and what they go through when diving under waves," he says.
With springtime now upon us, I just had to share these stunning photos by Corrie Bond for Marie Claire Australia's March 2010 edition. Titled "Purple Reign," the editorial shows us just how glamorous daily life can be.…
The Advertising Standards Bureau, Australia's governing body over advertising, has released a list of the ads that roused the most consumer complaints in 2008.
Topping the list of cringe-inducing TV spots is this Kotex ad (above), featuring a furry woodland buddy who represents a certain part of the female anatomy. Viewers are told, "You only have one of them, so look after it".
#2 - Many Toppin's -> Many Floggin's
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The undeniable Cate Blanchett, captured by the one, the only, Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair's February 2009 issue. An astonishing talent, Blanchett is in my opinion, one of the greatest cinema sirens ever. I'll pretty much watch anything she does. By the way, go see The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you will be glad you did.
Cate is blessed with the distinguishable ability to… Continue
40-year old Hugh Jackman, aka Wolverine / Leopold / Van Helsing, has been named People's Sexiest Man Alive, replacing 2007 winner Matt Damon (really? Has the editor been tied up in a basement since 1999?) in the annual movie promoting ,I mean, popularity contest.