James Franklin’s latest single, “Peace, Love and Freedom”, is a positive anthem in a world that needs it now more than ever.
Two weeks later and it still feels like Khalid’s concert in Melbourne comprised of nothing great.
With his latest exhibition, Reiwa, Shohei Otomo showcases his ability to speculate on the future of humanity in his increasingly iconic and elegant style.
John Choi created the Good Barbershop. It’s curated cosiness, wholesome vibes, and the epitome of what it truly means to be Melburnian: chill.
Listening to Coldplay’s latest double-album, Everyday Life, is all of the emotions of seeing an old friend after way too long and enjoying a great night out together.
Lakshane returns after an incubating hiatus to show Melbourne and the world he’s coming alive.
Emma Robinson responds to her critics by sticking to what she believes in and upholding her creative identity.
Bianca Boyd uses whimsical fashion design to encourage us to rethink the garment walls we encase ourselves in, asking us instead to play around in them and discover new ways of wearing.
Jessica Maio is reinventing glam rock vibes for a new wave of musical artists.
Stacey Maree has swapped the beachy havens of the Sunshine Coast for the leafy paradise of suburban Melbourne, and the art community is reaping all of the benefits.