features, Lifestyle

Same Sex Marriage: Youth Advocates For Change

As the government scrambled together to understand their own directions for the plebiscite, 16 and 17-year-olds began to see the chance of voting in the upcoming same-sex marriage postal vote. Thanks to Stephen Murray’s tweet questioning whether or not the 47,000 16 and 17 year olds were to vote in the plebiscite, the public began […]

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Fashion, shoots

Serpentine; Exposing the Power of a Shared Spirit

‘Serpentine’ is part of an ongoing series by photographer Marc Harris Miller, in which he finds subjects through everyday interactions, and then creates shoots that represent the models’ own styles. The aim is to connect with his subject, using intimate moments to find something subtle waiting to be captured. He strives for rawness and sincerity […]

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Fashion, shoots

Healing in Heels; A Friendship Love Letter

I live like My main mannequin; I articulate My limbs and loci, Cast my image Into the mirror-matrix And find Reference in refraction, Healing in Heels. – Luke Bodley “This shoot began as my personal celebration of the ways in which friendship can encourage personal growth. Matthew Grant a.k.a Yaya, the shoot’s subject, entered my […]

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Fashion, shoots

RIVER; Celebrating Gender Fluidity & Personal Growth

‘RIVER’ was born out of an ongoing conversation between visual artist, Andy Paulissen and performance artist, Erin Renee Roberts. The story celebrates the energy and constant flow of ideas about gender, personal growth, and finding empowerment in the fluidity of presentation. Infused with the culture of the Mississippi River itself, “RIVER” explores the freedom of […]

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Fashion, shoots

‘Suburban Instinct’ 

‘Suburban Instinct’ was inspired by the female creative youth culture of Melbourne. As well as being a homage to the alternative fashion scene, featuring accessories brand Sacre Flux, the editorial represents the empowerment of the newest artistic generation to hit the industry. Inspired by the various types of grunge girls, queer, straight or somewhere in […]

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Fashion, shoots

‘Zlatá Kapka’ – Entering the Realm of an Artist’s Fantasy

Los Angeles visual artist Radka Salcmannova focuses on art, cinematography, fashion, experimental installation and music video. “Working with these visual mediums and mixing them together provides me with a new point of perspective on what pushes creative boundaries to create a new outstanding work. I am exploring cinematic traditions and discovering new alternatives to telling classical narratives by bringing the artist’s […]

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Fashion, shoots

Rogue Chorus; Vocalising the Dynamics of Identity

The role of the chorus in Ancient Greek theatre often expressed hidden fears or secrets of the characters, and acted to bridge context for the playwright to his audience. The chorus was often informing and reinforcing a scope of morality and boundary, where as the protagonists drew closer to crossing, the drama heightened.  ‘Rogue Chorus’ […]

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People, shoots

Date Night; Exploring Past Connections in a Primarily Queer Scene

‘Date Night’ aims to diverge from a constant state of overthinking, and instead attempts to embrace the intricacy and multiplicity of past heartfelt connections that photographer Jackson Grant found since shifting into a more prevalent queer scene. This editorial particularly surrounds the theme of contemplation, to re-kindle or to hold back feelings, impressions, and truths. […]

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