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Posted by Jam - 20.11.2014

WATCH: Grandmas Smoking Weed for the First Time

3 Grandma’s who have never smoked weed in their lives do a few hits from the bong. They get the munchies and chat about Miley Cyrus’ bleached asshole.

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Posted by Eric Greene - 20.11.2014

10 Things I Hate With Mark McInnis

There are some bitter people in Portland, but photographer Mark McInnis isn’t one of them. He spends most of his time outside the city, on the coast, so he doesn’t have to interact with the assholes as much.

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Posted by Monster Children - 19.11.2014

LENS: Jason Corroto

Lifestyle, it’s probably one of the harder categories to win, or is it the easiest? It’s a really broad category and probably because we were bored of coming up with such creative ones like Music, Travel, Girls and Action. Aren’t we clever.

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Posted by Erin - 19.11.2014

EVERYBODY IN: EPISODE 7 // CURTIS HARDING

Some people in this world were born with the cool gene. I’m one of them, you’re hopefully one of them, and Curtis Harding is definitely one of them. This guy even makes lacing his shoelaces look cool. Check him out in Episode 7 of Everybody In.

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Posted by Crombie - 19.11.2014

FROM THE MAG: DEREK HENDERSON

In a decades-long-career shooting portaits, landscapes and fashion, Derek Henderson has honoured his photographic gift by never missing a perfectly timed chance to share it with the world.

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Posted by Crombie - 19.11.2014

This Guy is Having a Photo Show

This guy. He’s having a photo show. Should you go? I don’t know, maybe. Am I going? Maybe. Depends really. I’ve started re-watching Sherlock and I’m looking forward to going home every night to set up Camp Cozy Times on the couch. I order in Japanese, wear my duvet like a lion’s pelt, and I watch…

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Posted by Sally - 18.11.2014

CRATE: 8 ALL TIME FAVOURITE ALBUMS WITH ARTIST SONNY DAY

Sonny Day (yes that’s his real name) is one half of the loved artistic dynamo duo We Buy Your Kids, and I asked him to share his 7 all time favourites and a little yarn about each. He gave us 8.

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Posted by Erin - 18.11.2014

EMMETT MALLOY // KEVIN DURANT

Emmett Malloy has released a new feature documentary for HBO, following NBA MVP Kevin Durant during his off season. We asked Emmett about his transition from filming surf to basketball, and if directing this earned him courtside seats.

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Posted by Matt Rabbidge - 14.11.2014

Exhibit: Deeds, Not Words 2

Melbourne photo festival I.P.F continues its good run tonight with the second instalment of Deeds, Not Words: a group photography exhibition about people doing shit, not talking it. Pulled together by Mild Manners in association with Doomsday, contributors include Benjamin Deberdt, Cheryl Dunn, Nolan Hall, Atiba Jefferson, Jeff Potocar, Thomas Robinson, Chris Shonting, Ed Templeton, Garry Trinh, Clint…

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Posted by Monster Children - 14.11.2014

CORONA JOURNEY 17: JAVA BY WOODY & HARRISON

Corona Journey No. 17 saw lensman Woody Gooch & aquatic style master Harrison Roach say sayonara to the lingering Australian winter, pack their bags and boards and venture forth to the Island of West Java. Want to see the full photo gallery? Head on over to Corona Extra Australia.

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Posted by Jam - 13.11.2014

Signify Thirty – 30 portraits in 30 days

Australian artist Liesel Arden is embarking on a 30 day painting challenge to raise money and awareness about Motor Neurone Disease. The challenge: 30 portraits in 30 days.

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Posted by Matt Rabbidge - 13.11.2014

Exhibit: Max Berry – Inwardness of Place

Sydney painter Max Berry works damn hard to make things easy. While not too sure if he’s nailed it quite yet one things for sure, he’s not far off the simple life when it comes to his new paintings. Slow n’ steady wins in the end right? This exhibition, Inwardness of Place has been a year in…