Audrina Dress

/ Friday /
I should really wear more hot pink. I think.


Review Australia

Virgin Illuminati Ad

/ Saturday /
I first saw this in the cinema a couple of weeks ago and my jaw dropped.

The sheer flashiness, cheesiness, sexiness and humour made an sort of "I should know better because I work in advertising" thought go out the window.

Virgin Atlantic, even though I can't afford to go anywhere you have my heart!

Tina's Camera Cake

/ Thursday /

How crazily cool is this cake by Tina's Cakery?! All I want to do now is learn how to make amazing cakes. And eat cake.

Nathaniel Kiwi

/ Tuesday /
I went to Affordable Art Sydney a couple of months ago and overall, it was pretty underwhelming. And expensive. There was some saving grace towards the end of the massive hall though when we stumbled across a few younger artists.

Nathaniel Kiwi was one of those artists with his large size paintings of pop icons. His paintings bring a strong sense of familiarity and mix in an unexpected softness and playfulness. You can't help but smile!

Amusement : Pixxxel

/ Friday /
I can't help but love these images by Amusement. Something about the irony of playtime, lego and porn mixed with censorship. Beat that!

I Want A Wacoal Bra (You Will Too)

/ Wednesday /

Despite working in advertising for years, I can't say I've ever done anything as amazing as these Wacoal ads. Bonds have caught onto the formula, i.e. cute girls, underwear, music and dancing but perhaps this may serve to take them to the next level.

On another note, don't you think it's a little silly the cats are wearing bras but not knickers? Let me know what you think.

Thanks Ray!


/ Monday /
I admit I get excited about alot of things. This is another one to add to that list.

20x200 works on the simple simple equation:
(limited editions x low prices) + the internet = art for everyone

Which is exactly what art should be (not stuck in a gallery or put up on a pedestal). Here are some of some of the prints I'm pining over. I'd love to buy them, but despite being accessible, the postage is so expensive to Australia and I can't quite bring myself to pay it quite yet...oh the irony.

Mount Kimbie: Before I Move Off

/ Friday /
Mount Kimbie had a massive 2010 coming out of nowhere to take our dubstep/ambient/electronic hearts by storm.
Needless to say, I'm a tad exciting to see them play in March!

This is one of my favourite tracks, and this new clip makes me want to pick up my camera. And go to Japan. And have trendy adventures.


Vogue's Fafi Kids

/ Thursday /
Have you seen these before? I only came across them recently (I don't know what took me so long!) and think they're adorable. The shoot is such a subdued take compared to other interpretations of Fafi's work and so interesting for the look and feel to be paired up with the kids.

What are your thoughts?

via Baby Art Blog


/ Sunday /
Everytime I wander through art galleries and gaze at the portraits I always think about how amazing it is that they've lasted the test of time. I bet they didn't think they'd be hanging up for all to see when that sat for it! I've always fancied the idea of one of me (after all, in a hundred years it could be anywhere), but perhaps this is a much cooler, less stuffy way to go.

Ermadid on Etsy is a pretty cool chick and for only $100, you can e-mail a high res photo of yourself and two weeks later you get a cute, quirky portrait. If you're stuck for a present idea it would be perfect =)

Going Up The Country by Kitty, Daisy & Lewis

/ Saturday /
I thought I had my future kids names all sorted, but Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are too adorable! More then just some gorgeous names though are a band of siblings that play music that make you want to get up and dance. Hell, it would even get my grandma up and dancing. Even better, they have both their mum and dad in the band too.

If you're in Sydney, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are playing for FREE on Sydney Festival First Night on Saturday January 8 (oh wow that's next week!). I'll be there dancing up a storm so I hope to see you there!


Sydney. Art. Music. Yum Cha.


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