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Frankie favourite Caitlin Shearer is throwing an exhibition with her camera-wielding pal Eloise Maree next month.
Whether in paint, pencil, pixels or plastic, Min Pin's kooky characters pop out in pastel hues and make us want to squeal with glee.
Being snuggled up to a sausage under a blanket of fries would be a pretty great way to nod off, don't you think?
Hollis Brown Thornton is a little bit fascinated with the theme of digital vs. analogue, especially when it comes to nostalgic bits and bobs like photos, cassettes and VHS.
If you've ever eaten Nutella straight from the jar when you've had a bad day, you'll probably dig this zine.
Illustrator Natalie Candlish has a bit of a soft spot for tresses.
New York-based artist Yura Osborn has one intention for her artwork: to whack a big toothy smile across our dials.
Hailing from the ever-buzzing city of Hong Kong, Yiko Li, AKA onemouthli, is an artist whose primary medium is the humble pen and pencil.
Anyone who's busted out a 'bonza!' or 'she'll be apples' overseas knows that our Aussie sayings don't always translate cross-culturally. And ours aren't the only ones.
Sometimes shitty days can spring upon you when you least expect it, and a cuddle or three-cheese pizza aren't always close at hand.
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