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I’m 3,400 metres up in the Andes, following in the footsteps of a photographic hero. There’s a rumour that some of his work can be seen in the Palacio Tupac Yupanqui, a former Inca palace in Cusco, but at street level the palace is occupied by the regional branch of a Peruvian bank, busy and bright.
By Lightfoot Travel
Apr 23, 2018 · 7 min read
Discover eight delicious reasons to explore Australia’s Barossa Valley, the tiny southern region with a big reputation for gourmet food and award-winning wines.
By Ker & Downey
Apr 5, 2018 · 4 min read
One day, during a casual Instagramming session, I stumbled across What's Wrong with My Vagina. It was an account with a small following at the time, posting about vaginal health issues I'd never seen people talk about on Instagram before. I was especially surprised because Instagram doesn't have the most loving relationship with natural aspects of womens bodies–– and I had to follow. After sliding into the DMs, I had to share Molly Margaret Johnson's story.
By Atlas Magazine
Jun 1, 2018 · 3 min read
Mariana Mezic is one busy mama. Her instagram bio reads: ‘mama, artist, she-wolf and part time unicorn’. She divides her time between a farm and a beach house with her super squad – husband Matt and their four kids Kiki (15), Polly (13), Felix (6) and Gracie (3). If that isn’t busy enough, she’s also responsible for three dogs, three cats and four horses. Oh, and she’s the talented artist behind the Adelaide CabaretFestival’s 2018 artwork.
By Kiddo Mag
Jun 12, 2018 · 6 min read
What makes a good story? Is it perhaps a likeable character? Witty dialogue, or epic adventure and mind-bending plot twists? True, many of your favorite stories portrayed on the silver screen or captured in the black ink of book pages have those things, and more. But whether we’re aware of it or not, what really drives us onward in a story is the protagonist’s inner and outer transformation.
By Local Wolves
May 6, 2018 · 5 min read
Who said that staying active in the summer is difficult in the UAE heat? We're here to prove that theory wrong.
By Fact Magazine
Jun 30, 2018 · 5 min read
By Far is a fledgling shoe brand that melds affordable luxury with effortless style. Started in 2016 by Bulgarian twin sisters Valentina Bezuhanova and Sabina Gyosheva with lifelong friend Denitsa Bumbarova, the brand has taken the fashion world by storm. The trio set out to design the one item on virtually every woman’s shopping list (including their own) — the perfect shoe. Each pair of By Far shoes is handmade in a family-owned factory in Italy using sustainable materials wherever possible. For Fall 2017, they are introducing a range of new styles in buttery pastel-hued suedes and gilded leathers, including the square-toed pump and metallic gold slip-on featured here, both of which can happily live in your closet year-round.
By Rose and Ivy Journal
Oct 3, 2017 · 7 min read
Sally West is a leading Australian artist known for her thick impasto brushstrokes, textural surfaces, oil paintings of seascapes and still life’s. As we did this interview we imagined the wind the waves and Sally West plein air painting at Freshwater Beach, also referred to as “Freshy.” For our reader who has no clue what we are talking about, this is a lovely iconic beach in Australia on the East Coast of New South Wales. Sally has been the winner of many recent art awards and is a regular finalist in many prestigious prizes including the Portia Geach Art Prize (SH Ervin Gallery 2013, 2014 & 2015), New South Wales Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize, Paddington Art Prize (2016), KAAF Prize (2016), EMSLA (2016), Salon Des Refuses (Wynne) Prize, Charlatan Ink Art Prize (Manhattan NYC), and the Pacific Palms Art Prize (winner 3 years), Gosford Art Prize, Mosman Art Prize, Hornsby Art Prize and many more. Many thanks to Sally for taking the time to answer our questions we hope to see you someday painting in Australia.
By Blisss Mag
Apr 30, 2018 · 3 min read