I remember watching “Vision Quest” at the George Street, Cinemas during a stopover in Sydney travelling home to Canberra from boarding school in Brisbane. It was released in Australia under the title “Crazy for You”. It did not rival the box office success of the “Karate Kid” at the time however it was a more accurate picture of teen life. I remember wanting to see it as I heard that Madonna had a brief appearance singing, “Crazy for You.”
I found this delightful picture in the most recent edition of the UK Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine. This Husky has different coloured eyes caused by a condition called Heterochromia. Heterochromia results due to uneven melanin distribution and inbreeding. Melanin is what gives colours to the irises. It so happens that
No member of the animal kingdom has garnered internet fame like the humble domestic cat. I always think if you’re going to procrastinate then do it with mindfulness and intention. Internet Cat Videos have always been one of my favourite ways to procrastinate. New research indicates that Videos can provide
I have just added some images to the shop page for Rosie Boylan Hats on the Newtown Business Precinct website. Rosie’s latest project was designing hats for the cast of Alien: Covenant. Bio – for Rosie Over 30 remarkable years of hat-making Rosie has perfected her extensive repertoire of millinery
I was reading today graffica (with the help of Google translate). Interbrand, a multinational branding consultancy has been involved in the creation of the brand for El Salvador. They have created a visual identity aimed at inspiring their citizenry and placing El Salvador on the global map. Interbrand utilised the
Ukiyo -e, translated as “pictures of the floating world,” has indeed captured wisps of the natural beauty that one sees around us every day. The phrase “floating world” derived from a Buddhist notion of the transience of earthly life. To a devout Buddhist, our time on earth though experienced as
A boom in gadgets and a growing middle class has contributed to a spike in e-waste in East and South-East Asia, raising environmental concerns Source: Gadget boom sees e-waste in Asia spike 63 per cent in 5 years There seems to be and insatiable appetite for these materials. E-waste includes
Yesterday I watched a video by Simon Sinek on “Millenials in the Workplace.” It was an excellent discourse on why Millenials are so unhappy. In the 15 minute interview, he covers the addictiveness of social media to flawed parenting. He argues an entire generation is growing up with lower self-esteem.