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Susan Skuse Captures The Natural Beauty Of Birds

A painter since childhood, Susan Skuse is a lifelong artist. Her vivid, creative work is alive with colours and complex layers, jumping off the...

Indigenous Brands You Should Be Supporting

It is no longer enough to be non-racist, you need to be anti-racist and turn thoughts and ally ships into actions. Although there are...

4 Reasons to Book Your Ticket and Intern Abroad

Thinking about going on an internship abroad? Consider your options. Do you stay in your comfort zone and do a placement in your own country,...

New Australia Day Advertisement Aims to Tackle Controversy.

The National Australia Day Council’s 2020 campaign, ‘The Story of Australia’, has strong tones of inclusivity and caution. Showing on free-to-air TV as well...

Custom Frames Are Key To A Great First Impression

When you think of customisation, you think of something personal. Custom frames are not only suitable for personal settings, but businesses as well. The...

A Shared Passion: The Love Between Painters

So many of the great paintings we know and admire have been inspired by love; the painter’s muse is, in so many cases, the...

Scusi, Mama Mia!

Some people are language lovers. Some love the way a croissant tastes in Paris. Some just need that shot of the Colosseum, laughing hysterically...

Why Are Young Australians Drinking Less?

According to new research, Australia’s youth are drinking and smoking 50 per cent less than youth a decade ago. Over a (very fitting) period of...

Salt And Sea: The New Impressionist Undertakings Of Treena Seymour

Harking back to the Impressionists and inspired by Renoir and Monet, Treena Seymour’s paintings are an exploration of light, colour, and wonder. Based in...

Ninuku Kala at Art Mob

Art Mob’s newest exhibition Ninuku Kala launches tonight! Ignore 4th of July celebrations that are happening on your Instagram from the other side of...