We're very thankful that James Gulliver Hancock's love letter to NYC – 'All The Buildings In New York' – has finally been made into a hardcover book. Published by Universe Publishing, this 64 page book features a whopping 60 illustrations of NYC's rich and diverse architecture. Organised by neighbourhoods, the book features New York icons including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and the UN building, as well as the more anonymous (but well-loved) apartment buildings that help make up the unique fabric of the city. If you're keen to grab yourself a copy of 'All The Buildings In New York *That I've Drawn So Far', head over here for more info.
The launch of MGPO's True Self is only 10 days away now, and we can barely contain our excitement. The exhibition will feature 10 framed, large-scale photographs created in collaboration by 20 Australian artists, with all proceeds going to Fitted For Work.
Pictured above is Kate Tucker and Brooke Holm's breathtaking piece, which was created and captured in Melbourne's Yarra Valley. We're also very fortunate to have some insight into their collaboration process, thanks to the delightful behind-the-scenes shots below.
True Self will be showing at Melbourne's GPO from Friday May 31 – Sunday June 23. To find out more about this very special exhibition, head over here.
Much like Halley’s Comet, which is only visible from earth every 75 years, it’s not often that a full-time position comes up at the Jacky Winter secret aboveground headquarters (which may or may not be carved into the side of a mountain in the likeness of Don Knott’s head). Actually, we fibbed. We even used the same first paragraph as our last job advert, which was around two years ago. Still! It's rare. Here's the kicker though – we not only have one full-time position going, but two: 'Admin Assistant / Receptionist / Bedazzler' and 'Photography Producer'. Applications close 6pm on Friday May 24, so if you'd like to be considered, you'd better be quick. For more information, head over here.