Book Club

101 Inspirations For Your Journey

Yen Mag | 13 April 2015

Meredith Gaston and her books are that little ray of sunshine that creeps through the curtains and tickles you gently awake. (more…)

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Green Smoothies By Fern Green

Words Steph Harrison Pics Morgan Ours | 26 February 2015

If you haven’t already caught wind, green smoothies are everything right now. EVERYTHING! Seriously, stop what you’re doing and get yourself a drink with more of a grassy hue. We’ll wait… (more…)

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Pen & Ink

Jana Roose | 3 February 2015

Whether you think of your skin as an evolving art space, or would rather let your face mole grow long tentacle hairs than ever get a tattoo, this illustrated book of tatts will give you lots of feels in both your heartstrings and your funnybone. (more…)

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Varia Karipoff | 2 October 2014

Diversity is the spice of life; young writers and artists who came together in Melbourne’s multicultural west-side bring it in Dialect, a nifty new publication of beautiful words and pictures. (more…)

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Banned Books Week

Varia Karipoff | 25 September 2014

It’s Banned Books Week so we are celebrating our freedom to read. Taste it. Taste the liberation. Here are five rebellious reads for you to enjoy in all their smutty glory – oh sure scorteum fascinum sounds like a Harry Potter spell but trust us, it ain’t. (more…)

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Keep Your Day Job, It’s Ok

Varia Karipoff | 18 September 2014

Find comfort in the crappy jobs of the famous artists and writers that you admire. Natalya Balnova’s illustrated book, Day Job, is a little bit of assurance for every creative who ever nearly ran out of steam. (more…)

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Drawing with Scissors

Stephanie Harrison | 27 August 2014
Drawing with Scissors

Sure, we’d never condone running with scissors, but painting with them is fine by us. Just follow in the footsteps of legendary artist Henri Matisse. (more…)

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Granta Japan

Jana Roose | 3 July 2014

“Everyone knows this country and no one knows it. Here are twenty new Japans by its writers and artists, by residents and visitors and neighbours.” (more…)

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