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Posted by Linnea Stephan - 10.03.2015


Victoria and Charlotte Brumwell are blonde identical twin sisters from Canada. These two are both skilled painters, world travelers, and the nicest hot girls around. But they aren’t above hating you for asking for a threesome.

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Posted by Lincoln Jubb - 03.03.2015


Jessica M. Kirk first picked up a camera when she was seventeen years old. Fresh out of high school, she enrolled in a design college in search of a creative medium that might appeal to her. She eventually found out that medium was photography, and that she was good at it. Especially when she pointed the camera at girls.

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Posted by Jam - 11.02.2015


An email from Dion is always a delight to open in the morning. Incredible enthusiasm that revolves around either waves or babes.

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Posted by Crombie - 12.01.2015


This is the corner of the website where I offer a snapshot of, and drool all over, a once foxy woman who is now pushing up daisies. This week’s deceased fox is the stunningly beautiful Jean Seberg (1938-79). Phoar.

Deanna hotel room Rome leg lift copy
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Posted by Crombie - 18.12.2014

Ed Templeton’s Wayward Cognitions.

Ed Templeton has a new book out. It’s called ‘Wayward Cognitions’ and it contains a selection of work carefully curated from his extensive, spiderweb-wreathed image archive. We rang Ed up and asked some questions.

Day 10 - Imogen 1
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Posted by Crombie - 05.12.2014

True Christmas Stories

Like the JFK assassination or Kurt Cobain’s suicide, you never forget where you were the moment Santa Claus becomes not real. I’ll always remember where I was when the jolly fat man went up in a puff of smoke, and after reading this you wont be able to forget either. My father is one of those…

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Posted by Jam - 03.12.2014

SMOKE: Epokhe Klara & Ostra

Did you ever cook French Toast when you were a kid? White bread, dipped in egg then thrown in the frypan. It was kind of crisp, but also soggy as all fuck. How good was it? That good. Lather it in butter and honey then devour each slice quicker than the time it takes to say “Good…

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Posted by Lincoln Jubb - 01.12.2014


Summer is upon on us and you know what that means? Bikinis. Lots and lots of bikinis. Everybody loves bikinis. I love bikinis, my dog loves bikinis, the Nun at my Sunday School loves bikinis.

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Posted by Lucille - 03.11.2014

4 To Watch: Stef Mitchell

Stef Mitchell is an Australian photographer who fled the retirement village of Lane Cove for the bright lights of NYC and hasn’t looked back. She was featured as one of four photographers to watch in the 2014 Photo Annual

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Posted by Monster Children - 30.10.2014


In the MC 2014 Photo Annual we feature ‘modern woman’ Jessie Andrews – the 22 year old porn star, small business owner, jewelry designer and DJ. The feature was shot by South African photographer Henrik Purienne. Get your hands on a copy of the photo annual to see the full spread, and enjoy the outtakes that didn’t make it to print here. You’re very welcome.

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Posted by Jam - 15.10.2014

Exhibit: Astray – New York

Photographer Nicolas Potts joins a bunch of other incredible Aussie photographers this Friday, 17 October for a group show called Astray. Details below: Chasm Gallery Bushwick – 56 Bogart Street Friday 17 October 6-8pm If you buy a print of Luci on Friday, Nicolas will throw in a free motobike. Luci Bike 1, 50cm x 70cm, epson…

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Posted by Monster Children - 13.10.2014

Epokhe x Monster Children sunglasses

We teamed up with our friends at Epokhe to bring you something just as special as Gigi. Exclusive limited edition Epokhe x Monster Children aviator-inspired sunglasses designed in Italy. Watch the video here.

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Posted by Crombie - 08.10.2014

The Print Aint Dead Zine Review: A Place In The Sun

Print is alive and kicking, and anyone who disagrees should have seen the turn out at The Printed Matter Art Book Fair held at PS1 on the weekend. The attendance numbers were in the high millions, and they all came to checkout the 300,000 metric tons of artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, zines, and antiquarian publications–not…