Issue 06

It’s a rainy weekend where we are – perfect conditions in which to put the finishing touches to Issue 06.

It’s a rainy weekend where we are – perfect conditions in which to put the finishing touches to Issue 06.

"There is no end to how interesting people can be." The Canberra-based photographer discusses suburbia, migrant experiences and the role of documentary photography.

"There is no end to how interesting people can be." The Canberra-based photographer discusses suburbia, migrant experiences and the role of documentary photography.

Collaborative relationships, idyllic studio spaces, and the importance of simplicity... Rosario Florio of Swiss design duo Kasper-Florio chats to us from St.Gallen.

Collaborative relationships, idyllic studio spaces, and the importance of simplicity... Rosario Florio of Swiss design duo Kasper-Florio chats to us from St.Gallen.

 
Melbourne architect Bill McCorkell talks us through his latest project with builder David Martin: a practical upgrade to the humble backyard that’s sustainable, affordable and very handsome indeed.

Melbourne architect Bill McCorkell talks us through his latest project with builder David Martin: a practical upgrade to the humble backyard that’s sustainable, affordable and very handsome indeed.

"The idea that happiness can be reached quite simply is strongly present in my work." Say bonjour to the delightful Johanna Tagada.

"The idea that happiness can be reached quite simply is strongly present in my work." Say bonjour to the delightful Johanna Tagada.

Our visit to the intoxicatingly vast, cool, unpredictable, beautiful city where Europe and Asia meet.

Our visit to the intoxicatingly vast, cool, unpredictable, beautiful city where Europe and Asia meet.

 
Melbourne artist Hannah Bertram’s complex installations made of dust, ash and detritus explore our relationship with ornamentation and the preciousness of fleeting experience.

Melbourne artist Hannah Bertram’s complex installations made of dust, ash and detritus explore our relationship with ornamentation and the preciousness of fleeting experience.

New York photographers Cait Oppermann and Yael Malka raised money through Kickstarter to fund their project Sea Blues – a book charting their 70-day journey through Morocco, Turkey and parts of Europe.

New York photographers Cait Oppermann and Yael Malka raised money through Kickstarter to fund their project Sea Blues – a book charting their 70-day journey through Morocco, Turkey and parts of Europe.

Sunroom Press is a small publishing house based in Tasmania that focuses on producing rare artist books. They have worked with artists such as Chris Lux, Laura Geurten, Matthew Feyld and Johanna Tagada, only producing a very limited number of editions of each publication. We asked Liam Scanlan from Sunroom Press to take some photos of his working space.

Sunroom Press is a small publishing house based in Tasmania that focuses on producing rare artist books. They have worked with artists such as Chris Lux, Laura Geurten, Matthew Feyld and Johanna Tagada, only producing a very limited number of editions of each publication. We asked Liam Scanlan from Sunroom Press to take some photos of his working space.