Sometimes it can be tricky to put your finger on the pulse of who’s trending at the moment, but we’ve put together our top five picks for First Nations musicians who you immediately need to add to your playlists (yes, immediately).
They might be right in saying “west is best” after all. Western Sydney is one of the fastest-growing melting pots this state has to offer. So, if you’re a newbie to #WestLife (Ronan Keating thank me later), check out the hot hits below of where to visit on your next road trip.
Mabel Juli, a Senior Giga woman from the East Kimberly region of Western Australia, traveled to the Sydney Opera House to see her artwork featured on its sails as part of Badu Gili- meaning ‘water light’ in traditional Gadigal language. This was the first time Juli had ever visited Sydney.
Sustainability is the word on everybody’s lips, and it’s for a good reason. It’s now believed that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in our ocean. At a time when sustainability is so vital to our planet, five brands have stepped up to the challenge on how we can reduce and improve the plastic problems facing our oceans.
After just 70 years of electronic computer development, technology and bots have become so incredibly advanced that they can now think on their own. Don’t be alarmed, I’m not talking about some I, Robot kind of stuff here where computers and robots take over the world. I’m talking really cool machine thinking abilities, like bots learning how to read, draw and understand human hieroglyphics.
Ricardo Bofill isn’t a new name in design and architecture. But to growing generations like mine, the Spanish architect is making waves again some 40 years after his masterworks were first constructed. Bofill’s futuristic and incredible architectural work is gaining him many young fans across the globe.