Issue 51 Sneak Peek!
Issue 51 hits stands tomorrow and because we just can’t hold on any longer, here’s a tiny sneak peek at what’s in store. There’s a stack of other music, fashion, art, interviews and features, but if we told you about them we’d have to kill you.
As this is the annual Photo Issue, we asked some of our favourite photographers to tell us about how they got their start and to share some tips on breaking into a competitive industry.
Fashion gets its hands dirty with laid-back denim and a boyish edge.
We have a wander around the home and garden of radio host Steph Hughes and cafe owner Nadia Minzer.
Giving a loving home to undeveloped lost film from another era.
The Texas-based graphic designer examines Pantone colours in our everyday lives.
Italian photographer Stefano Cerio examines the notion of absence in his journey through China’s forgotten amusement parks.
Clay is having a bit of a moment. Everywhere you turn from galleries, to Etsy and Instagram, people are making ceramic wonders.
This photographer is drawn to the "calming and unsettling" nature of empty spaces.
Take everything you know about the most famous spots in the world and throw it out the window. Oliver Curtis is here to show you...
This French duo fills empty spaces with beautiful wisps of coloured smoke to snap for their 'Blossom' series.