The latest short film by Sydney photographer and director Keith Loutit conveys the massive energy of Rio's Carnival in a miniaturised format.
We weren't sure whether to file these incredible paper sculptures under arts or science.
If ever an author deserved to be on a postage stamp it's the flushbunking, swizzfiggling, lickswishy genius Roald Dahl.
Junk mail, as the manifestation of our information and material overload, is one of modern times' most maligned creations. Artist, Amanda Nelsen sees things differently.
Alain de Botton's Australian tour is largely sold out, but you can still tap into his thinking.
Buck is a humble man who loves horses and the eponymous subject of a new documentary. He's also the guy Robert Redford described as "the real deal".
If you like eating and you like Victoria (the state not the monarch) then boy oh boy have we found a book you're going to like. No, love.
Buster Keaton was inches away from sudden death when that house dropped on him. Fortunately for William Joyce and co-director Brandon Oldenburg, animating similar stunts is way less dangerous.
How exactly do you describe the oeuvre of British artist David Shrigley? Surreal crudity? Crude surrealism? Flat out weird shit?
Having played with Dirty Projectors and Department of Eagles, it's not surprising that Nat Baldwin's solo work is pretty damn teriffic.
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