Quick Picks – featuring glass waves, transformative sculpture, and tiny crossbows

This week's quick pick of internet finds is all about looking at things in a different way. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ Sydney-based artist Ben Young has captured waves in glass. I find his sculptures absolutely captivating and am seriously considering adding one to my collection.    Via [Faith is Torment] ♥… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring glass waves, transformative sculpture, and tiny crossbows

Quick Picks – featuring British accents, long exposures, and voyeuristic portraiture

Winter has hit Brisbane full force this week with bitingly cold winds complemented by some lovely drizzly rain. So it's been perfect weather to snuggle on the sofa and lose myself on the web. There's no link between this week’s quick pick of internet finds, other than that they all captured my imagination. As usual,… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring British accents, long exposures, and voyeuristic portraiture

City Fragments – Melbourne

A few weeks ago we packed our bags and left sunny Brisbane for a long weekend in Melbourne. The sale airfares we had meant our baggage allowance was limited to hand luggage, which forced us to be selective about the camera kit we took. While I've moved away from the old days of wanting to carry… Continue reading City Fragments – Melbourne

Quick Picks – featuring shadow theatre, bodypainting and translation through illustration

This week's quick pick of internet finds are all about transformation. As usual, good things come in threes... ♥ Shadowland, by dance company Pilobolus, is all about transformation. It combines dance and shadow theatre to stunning effect. We saw it last night and loved it. It's on at QPAC in Brisbane until Sunday 15 June… Continue reading Quick Picks – featuring shadow theatre, bodypainting and translation through illustration

Quick Picks – Melbourne delights in this first week of winter

I'm trying something new with Quick Picks today, with the first of what will hopefully be a regular series of posts by guest contributors. The author of today's post is Tess, a friend, co-conspirator, and resident of Melbourne, Australia. According to Tourism Victoria, Melbourne is a city of endless possibilities, so what better location from… Continue reading Quick Picks – Melbourne delights in this first week of winter