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Reader Submission: Jason Parker

Reader Submission: Jason Parker

A selection of work by artist Jason Parker who participated in this month’s Reader Submissions (click here to submit your work!). More images below.

Streets: Nychos (Melbourne)

Recently in Melbourne, Nychos got up big with a new mural on Easey Street in Collingwood entitled Anatomy of a Kangaroo and painted in his signature dissected style. Making good use of his time, the
Artist Spotlight: Christian Vine aka VEINS

Artist Spotlight: Christian Vine aka VEINS

A selection of work from Melbourne-based artist Christian Vine aka VEINS. See more images below.
Artist Spotlight: David Booth aka Ghostpatrol

Artist Spotlight: David Booth aka Ghostpatrol

Recent work by Tasmania-born, Australia-based artist David Booth (aka Ghostpatrol). Click here for previous posts. See more images from “Matisse Fan Club” and his latest show “Drift Time,” which was
Artist Spotlight: Tayla Broekman

Artist Spotlight: Tayla Broekman

A selection of work by Melbourne-based artist Tayla Broekman. More images below.

Cops seize record-breaking haul of crystal meth in Australia

The Australian Federal Police released footage Wednesday of drugs seized during the country’s largest ever methamphetamine bust. After a raid in February outside Melbourne, police found almost a ton
Artist Spotlight: Natasha Bieniek

Artist Spotlight: Natasha Bieniek

Paintings by Melbourne, Australia-based artist Natasha Bieniek. More images below.
Artist Spotlight: Sam Yong

Artist Spotlight: Sam Yong

Gorgeous new drawings and paintings from our buddy, Melbourne-based artist Sam Yong. His show “Ritual” features animals and insects but draws from the rituals of human life surrounding birth, death,

Police label shootout in Melbourne, Australia a terror attack

"This is for IS. This is for al-Qa’ida." The post Police label shootout in Melbourne, Australia a terror attack appeared first on Hot Air.

Antifa goons attack conservative columnist, get a beating

"We should be free to have a debate and to walk down the street without fear of being attacked." The post Antifa goons attack conservative columnist, get a beating appeared first on Hot Air.
Dockless bike share: privacy and safety concerns voiced ahead of Sydney launch

Dockless bike share: privacy and safety concerns voiced ahead of Sydney launch

Reddy Go will start in Sydney in July, and Obike and the publicly funded Melbourne Bike Share are operating in Melbourne Cycling advocates and transport consultants have warned that Sydney’s first

Monday Links: Is Jimmie Durham Rachel Dolezal-ing The Art World?

Edward Williams has been collecting racist memorabilia and art for years. Now, that collection lives at Theaster Gates' Stony Island Art Bank in Chicago. [Chicago Tribune] David Gray has been using
“The Omega Project” by Rone

“The Omega Project” by Rone

Rone continues his exploration of doomed and abandoned spaces with his latest immersive exhibition. “The Omega Project” sees the Melbourne-based artist setting up shop in a condemned suburban cottage
Illustrator Spotlight: Ashley Ronning

Illustrator Spotlight: Ashley Ronning

A selection of work by Melbourne-based illustrator Ashley Ronning. More images below.
Looking for a Liveable City? Ditch the US, Says Report

It is harder to get a mortgage in Canada than it is in the U.S.

For the last eight years, Canadians have enjoyed the unprecedented luxury of cheap credit, one that many have taken full advantage of. Our total mortgage debt stands at roughly $1.36 trillion — that’s
Rental horror stories – Guardian readers respond

Rental horror stories – Guardian readers respond

More Australians are being forced into the rental market, but squalid conditions, negligent agents and insecurity are all too commonAs house prices soar, more and more Australians are being forced
John French obituary

John French obituary

My friend John French, who has died aged 75 after heart surgery, was the recording engineer for many artists, including Joe Dolce, whose single Shaddap You Face was a hit worldwide. It sold 6m copies
Victoria approves safe injecting room trial after spate of heroin deaths

Victoria approves safe injecting room trial after spate of heroin deaths

Premier reverses government’s opposition to harm-minimisation approach as proposed North Richmond centre set to be second of its kind in Australia The Victorian government has approved a two-year
Girl, 13, 'left for dead' in Melbourne hit-and-run

Girl, 13, 'left for dead' in Melbourne hit-and-run

Teenager was knocked off her bike on Sunday night in Coburg and police are now hunting the driver of a dark BMWA 13-year-old cyclist is fighting for her life in Melbourne after being hit by a BMW