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Analogue Miniatures

Saturday October 13, 2018

Handmade using paper, string and rubber bands, these tiny models imagine what today’s musical instruments might look like if we hadn’t abandoned the analogue technology of yesteryear.

Before Boris Yeltsin, the USSR actually tried to wean the country off vodka with these smartly designed ad campaigns. 

Tired of billboards blocking the view? This artist decided to do something about it.

Part movie, part true crime doco, American Animals is a heist film like no other. And we have tickets to give away. 

Shining a light on cinema’s unsung heroes: the guys and girls who snip (or, ah, digitally splice) our favourite films together.

Proof there’s an art to a good haircut.

Want to hang this vertigo-inducing 'Doppler-Effekt' poster on your wall? Best grab a copy of Smith Journal 28.

It’s a Bob Dylan song, Jim, but not as we know it.

Hold on to your hats, because it's free with every copy of Smith Journal volume 28.

We already knew Eddie Van Halen could play the guitar. But according to these patents he filed, he literally reinvented it.

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