Incredible installations by Australian artist Tanya Schultz who creates work under the name Pip & Pop. Made using things like coloured sugar, Schultz’s ultra-colourful and dreamy work explores themes of abundance, pleasure, and fairytale-esque wish-fulfillment. Check out more images below!
I’ve been bugging artist/typographer Gemma O’Brien for images from her show “Hiatus” at China Heights (Sydney, Australia) for awhile. Everything I saw through her Instagram @mrseaves101 looked incredible. She sent over a bunch of process and install shots so you can see just how much work went into it.
Have a look below!
I’m always looking for things to listen to while I work, so I thought I’d share a few podcasts that I’ve been enjoying lately. Hopefully there will be a couple you haven’t heard before!
I’ve been an avid listener of shows like Radiolab (is the show less interesting now or is it just me?) and This American Life (my favourite story is from “Tough Room” the peek at joke-writing for The Onion, and my favourite episode was definitely “Retraction” where Ira grills Mike Daisey for lying about his trip to the Apple factory).
I also have to mention that Mark Maron’s WTF episode with Louis C.K. is easily my favourite episode of any podcast. If you haven’t heard it, it’s on youtube, the two talk very openly and honestly about why they aren’t close friends anymore. It is amazing.
Okay, have a listen to these 6 completely unrelated podcasts below covering everything from art, design, voyeurism, skateboarding, Pulp Fiction, and Facebook drama. If you have recommendations for others to check out please leave a comment – I’d love to listen to them.
Australian electro-pop band Miami Horror’s latest video, directed by Lachlan Dickie, is weird in the best way. “Cellophane” from their sophomore album All Possible Futures features a bunch of people with Inspector Gadget-like limbs. Watch the video below.