Category Archive: art

Two Moons Too Soon – by Chloe Coles

Australian model/artist/writer Chloe Coles exclusively gave us some more of her words and pictures: SLOW DOWN (picture, above): When my older sister turned 15 and hated the world, my little brother and I formed some… Read More

Dark Mofo 2014: Encores and Apologies

Neika Lehman spent two extraordinary weeks at Tasmania-based festival, Dark Mofo: It’s been just over a week since the conclusion of Hobart’s second Dark Mofo festival. The music and arts festival runs for two… Read More

The Hunger Games’ District Heroes

The first two Hunger Games instalments offered utterly engaging and thrilling teen action with a brain and a conscience. Also, Katniss Everdeen proved to be a strong, female role-model. However, if you’ve been following the… Read More

Interview: Neil Harbisson is a Cyborg

Neil Harbisson is a cyborg who listens to colour via an antenna drilled into his skull. Seriously. The 31-year-old, British-Spanish artist (pictured, above) has always lived a kinda weird life. He was born… Read More

Jesse Willesee: Why I should be a porn star

From his PASSOUT installation, which saw models laying passed-out drunk on the floor with sticky-tape and graffiti on their bodies, to his “offensive” Belvedere-fuelled, semi-naked, fully-baked, hotel room shoot for 1AM magazine and… Read More

The Lonely Pavements – by Chloe Coles

Chloe Coles is an Australian model/artist/writer who has recently relocated to London. She has certainly encountered some interesting characters in her first few weeks on the lonely pavements of the city, and has been… Read More

Art: Tove Jansson and the Moomin

Alice Parsons does some self-initiated research into Tove Jansson, the Finnish illustrator and Artist who created the ever-popular Moomin: I’ve been a fan of Tove Jansson’s distinctive style for a while; always able to… Read More

Winter is Coming: Dark Mofo 2014

It’s been five years since the first annual music and arts festival MONA FOMA started happening in Tasmania. Curated by Brian Ritchie (bass player for the Violent Femmes), the festival has been pretty… Read More

Semi-Permanent – Art Event Preview

Here at Somethingyousaid.com we like to cover all your event bases so you don’t have to trawl the internet yourself. Today, we present to you Semi-Permanent: an event in Sydney that all you… Read More

Art: HOUSE 2014 discusses immigration

HOUSE, Brighton’s celebrated festival of visual art and domestic space, kicks-off today and somethingyousaid.com was fortunate enough to preview all of the awesomeness on display before its doors opened to the public. With an… Read More

Man on a train, by Chloe Coles

Last week’s interview with Australia-based model/artist/writer Chloe Coles proved so popular that we decided to invite her to contribute on a regular basis. So stay tuned for more of her words and pictures.… Read More

Interview: UK-based artist SNUB23

In his first interview of 2014, renowned UK-based artist SNUB23 speaks to somethingyousaid.com’s 25ThC about himself, his work and the future: Who are you? I’m still trying to work that out myself, if… Read More