Arts: Video


Sydney photographer Alex Johnstone took some photos for us, Volume I

Shake the sand out of your towel, shotgun a beer and check this out

We introduced you… to this 18-year-old Sydneysider last month and since then he’s been collecting snapshots of his life for us. Now, it’s time to put on your voyeur goggles


Watch: The new trailer for upcoming Studio Ghibli film When Marnie Was There

Upcoming feature length animation promises to inspire visually and torment emotionally

Animation fans may have been discouraged when Studio Ghibli founder and filmmaking great Hayao Miyazaki announced his retirement following last …


Watch: Los Scandalous – Skid Row serves a brutal glimpse into life in the US’ harshest suburb

Chances are this is the rawest thing you'll see all day

Australian filmmaker Shanks Rajendran has made a name for himself exploring some of the most notorious neighbourhoods in the United …


Watch: What is Bayhem? A brief exploration of Michael Bay’s style of cinema

Explosions, boobs and lampposts, lots of lampposts

Not since Bad Boys and Armageddon has a Michael Bay film received widely positive reviews. Hated by Transformers and Ninja …


Step inside KAWS’ Brooklyn studio

It's not necessarily what you'd imagine

When you think of KAWS and his studio, the place in which he would allow his creative expression to run …


Watch: Tristan Eaton paints a mural for Versace Hawai’i

Watch the LA street artist lends her finesse to the iconic Medusa head

Street art and luxury brands might seem at odds thematically, but every now and then a crossover of the two …

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Watch: Patty Mills “For My People” Documentary Trailer

A glimpse at the life of Indigenous Australian and San Antonio Spurs guard, Patty Mills

Olympian and NBA point guard Patty Mills would be used to making headlines. Currently playing for the San Antonio Spurs, …


Quintin Co. presents ‘My Name Is…’ with Patrick Martinez

The LA artist on people, places and storefront signage

Quintin Co. presents the second instalment of  their mini documentary series ‘My Name Is…’ with influential LA based artist, Patrick