Art / Design
Embracing Imperfection: Artist Tofer Chin
Tofer Chin is a family man, visual artist and lifetime Los Angeleno. Through mindfulness and introspection, he’s optimized his creative practice and found the flow.
The Ever-Smiling Artist: Daniel Pavlovic
Daniel Pavlovic faces each day like it’s his last. Though the young Australian artist, designer, and owner of the t-shirt brand Daniel (ink.) suffers from cerebral palsy, he views the world through a radically positive lens and gives back to those who helped him on his journey.
Breaking the Mold: Tim & Gene of Google Japan
Tim Seddon and Gene Brutty are a double-headed hydra of creativity. Though they didn’t know one another growing up in Perth, the pair of Creative Directors at Google Japan function like a double-celled amoeba of creativity fused into a single organism.
Breaking the Mold: Emergence Creative Festival 2018
In the rural beauty of Margaret River in Western Australia, a growing tribe of creatives, entrepreneurs, techies, and all-around thinkers gathered for a three-day event devoted to one of the twenty-first century’s most enlightened trends.
Misophonia and Dreams in Greyscale: Jesse Draxler
Jesse Draxler translates feeling into form. During projects, the colorblind artist retreats into the woods to clean out his hangups. When he returns, he produces dream-seeming, grey-scaled works across different media.
Grit and Sublimity in Los Angeles: George Byrne
Photographer George Byrne has a near-Zen relationship with Los Angeles. The Aussie’s work captures the expansiveness, grit, and surreal beauty of the city’s unique, postmodern landscape.