Aussies love to nosh up at a barbie, have a coldie and take a gander at some footy, and tell you that everything is bonza. They also love their slang. A little-known fact, however, is that Aussies even have lingo for each other… It was inevitable that the first Pommies in Australia developed a new … Continue reading
by Alex Browne The Coca-Cola illustrated advertisements are by creative legend Pete Hawley. Hawley created a provocative style for Jantzen advertising in the 1940′s and 1950′s spanning 17 years. He illustrated over 100 magazine ads for swimsuits, lingerie, sweaters and other fashions. Read on via Illustrated Vintage Coca-Cola Adverts By Pete Hawley, 1960’s – Referenced.
The Singer House is one of the most beautiful buildings in Saint Petersburg. Also, it is a home of largest and most famous bookshop, Dom Knigi (“House of the Book”). Today we focus on the bald eagle statue; the symbol of American pride, that sits on the glass dome of the Singer Company Building. During … Continue reading
The paintings in particular are works of memory – the slow development or exposure of a photograph being both a useful metaphor and an actuality in my practice. The filter of memory appears to retain only what is personally important, and the inevitable mix of my own history and experience fills in the gaps. Only … Continue reading
by Bob Byrne When Norm Bridge shared this photo of the Adelaide Railway Station of old on our Facebook page earlier this year it brought back a flood of memories for many of the site’s followers. Photo from Norm Bridge. The interior of the Railway Station! It was always such a thriving hive of activity … Continue reading
Jaewoon U has safely established himself as one of THE landscape photographers to follow in the 500px community. With a following of nearly 13K and almost 4 Million photo views to his profile, it makes you wonder what he’s doing right. And while it would impossible to break all of it down in a single … Continue reading