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We have a serious soft spot for these peculiar snaps by Dutch artist Guda Koster.
Needlepoint artist Catherine Tipping and local snapper Mia Mala McDonald are pretty fed up with the way society treats its women.
Vanessa McKeown turns everyday objects into other everyday objects, though not the kind you would probably expect.
Oona Ristola’s snaps would not look out of place in a fairytale storybook.
If you’re in the mood for some pretty photos to get lost among for a little while, we recommend these eye-pleasers by Antoine Henault.
If we were to create a Venn diagram labelled with ‘genius’ and ‘impossibly simple’, these pieces from artist Nikolai Tolstyh would sit smack-bang where the circles meet.
From across the oceans Loni Jeffs gave us a rundown of how being a shutterbug fits into her nomadic life.
We have one serious question for the fella behind these carefully constructed biscuit formations: how is it that not one of those sugary bricks has even the slightest nibble out of it?
On a recent trip back home Una Janicijevic was nice enough to show us around – through the parts she remembers and the bits that have changed.
Bri Hammond may be fairly new to Melbourne, but she’s making herself at home quite quickly – not only in her own little abode, but also in the cosy dwellings of other local creatives.
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