Archives for April, 2011

Garage Sale Trail

Garage Sale Trail
There are only 2 days left before the start of the massive Garage Sale Trail, which brings together garage sales all over Australia on one huge day! I know garage sales are not everyones’s cup of tea, but what better way to satisfy the voyeur within than rocking up to a garage sale to have a sneak peak into the furniture tastes, clothing styles and knick knacks of other people. I have included... 

Deus Cafe at Camperdown

Deus Cafe at Camperdown
I had assigned Sunday to studying the Roads and Traffic Authority’s handbook for my motorcyle/scooter licence but that was before I woke up and realised what a gorgeous autumn day it was and didn’t want to lose a minute indoors. I never was a great student so why start now! Since I was needing some serious scooter study motiviation what better way to get inspired than to visit the Deus... 

Interview: with James Ottaway AKA Earwig

Interview: with James Ottaway AKA Earwig
I first found out about James through the Australian Stencil Art Prize 2010 which was exhibiting at the Oh Really Gallery last year. He was one of the finalists with his work ‘Art Defines Us’. It was my favourite piece in the exhibition and I was so impressed when I discovered that he was only 16 years old and living in beautiful Tasmania. I was upset, (for myself, not him of course) that... 

Movie Review: Griff The Invisible

Movie Review: Griff The Invisible
Griff The Invisible is an offbeat Australian romantic comedy/drama written and directed by Leon Ford and starring Ryan Kwanten (True Blood, Red Hill) in the lead role. I found plenty of enjoyment in this ‘undeniably Aussie’ film. Barring some incredible plot elements, Griff the Invisible is fueled by fine performances from the leads, humorous idiosyncrasies and an outstanding score. It... 
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