Author: Natasha Nolan

The Witness of Color

Joel Meyerowitz's is a rebel of sorts. At a time when color photography was deemed amateur and journalistic, Meyerowitz's snapped back, as a unique witness to the world, with a…

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Mysterious black and white photography

Sarah Seené photographs hold the sense of something you might find in your grandparent's old dusty albums. They hold an old-world sensibility and charm. She works with analogue exclusively and…

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Wes Anderson’s new trailer is out

It's a welcome return for Wes Anderson, who is creating his first stop-motion animation after almost a decade. Vulture released a minute-and-a-half clip of his latest feature-length comedy Isle of…

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RONE’s magical street art girls

  Rone has been cemented as a street art god in his base in Melbourne and internationally, and it's easy to see why. He walks on a knife's edge, with…

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Greatest names in street art

In the last few decades, street art has been propelled into the mainstream cultural consciousness. Prior to this, it had a long and contentious history. Street art or vandalism (depending…

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