books, style, food and music. a guide to august, in all its love and tears. (ps – the music’s REALLY good).
two in one – australian films, online art, interviews, mandarins, ridiculous earrings, sweatshirts, sunrises, and plenty of music.
art galleries, music videos, h&m ads, the father of colour photography, spoken poetry, the aqua dolls, 90s movies, tim minchin, hot cross buns amd over-packing.
spoken poetry, vintage surf tees, super 8 film, girlsgirlsgirls, raspberries, lorde’s NEW SINGLE, adele, coldplay + so much more to love from march.
Moments in time that many just look over and dismiss as a fleeting feeling, German photographer Josh Kern has captured our attention with his awe-inspiring images on film. Some may overlook these feelings in the moment, move on to the next face, the next motion, the next word that seems to distract from the importance of this second, of right now. We live our lives too fast to realize the emotion and reality in everyday. I am forever envious of people like Josh, who are able to stop, realize, and snap a photo. Here’s a collection of some of his favorite pieces paired with a song that captures the energy. full playlist on Spotify here
A month of the WEIRDEST weather I’ve ever experienced (Australia what’s up), bad decisions, not enough sleep, and more than enough corn chips. Way too many corn chips.
Set to a backdrop of the strangest assortment of music, this is February – a hazy, dazed mess of salt, soupy days, drizzling rain, chaotic hair and low cuts.
long skirts and t-shirts, sarongs, glitter, bare feet, mango smoothies, sodukos, woodlock, train rides + more – january favourites and a playlist
“All art aspires towards the condition of music.” Kinga and I talk music – in art, connection, concert and healing.
The other day Ash and I (Kyla) went down to the market in North Park, spread some love by giving strangers sunflowers, watched the sun set from the roof of a parking garage, and just explored around with some friends (Ella, Julian, and Carlos/Curtis) . Here’s a lil’ something I stitched together from the adventure, with a playlist of music that fit the mood.
We have become so acclimated to this hateful epidemic that occurs almost every day, that we don’t seem to think of it or do anything about it.
It’s time for a love revolution!