Award-winning UK wallpaper, textile and surface designer Daniel Heath is renowned for his illustrative and engaging designs.
The 2016 LIFT line-up features an eclectic mix of artists from 14 countries, including three world and ten UK premieres.
Sydney’s FBi Radio (our favourite radio station) is bringing back its auction of masterpieces, ‘Brush With Fame’ for the third year.
The Ladies Network highlights the contribution of women in creative fields. We had a chat with curator and founder Lara Vrkic.
Sydney-based artist Amy Summer is currently preparing her debut solo exhibition. In anticipation, we have a conversation with her to find out more: Hey Amy. How has 2016 treated you so far? Hey! It’s… Read More
Sydney-based artist and model Amy Finlayson’s upcoming exhibition, “Girls on Cars” considers theories of female liberation and desired equality in society. We asked her to tell us more about it, as well as… Read More
New Australian CGI animated kids TV series “The Deep” premiered on 7TWO today (December 1st). It’s based on the award-winning graphic novel series of the same name. We chat to bestselling comic book author, playwright… Read More
Here’s something exciting for your diary! Sydney Collage Society has today announced a group exhibition of new works featuring six of the society’s artists: Danilo Brandao, Nikolaus Dolman, LA EARLY, Chelsea Tuesday, Kubi… Read More
Brighton Dome’s annual celebration of boundary breaking audio-visual art, earsthetic, returns to the iconic venue in its new November slot. Between 27th November and 1st December, an array of visual/sonic artists will once again be pushing… Read More
As we walked up the stairs to Little May’s #ARTFORTHECOMPANY curated exhibition and listening preview, we were greeted by the big warm smile of Annie Hamilton (guitarist of Little May). Annie is the mastermind behind… Read More
My love affair with Bans Illustration started like all modern day romances – on Instagram. The bright, perky and visually comical presence dominated my feed amongst a sea of selfies and aerial food… Read More
While watching yet another movie about people in prison, Sydney artist and Something You Said contributor Rose Ashton felt moved to pen some words about imprisonment, about the plight of refugees, about their… Read More