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Painting lovely lasses with flowing locks is Holly Harper's speciality, and it's fair to say the Sydney-based artist has hit the nail on the well-coiffed head.
It's that time of year again, frankie friends, when we roll on into Sydney's Finders Keepers market with armfuls of frankie-related tidbits.
Allow us to introduce you to the Picnic Markets – a new event that follows the idea: if it's on a blanket, it's up for grabs.
Frankie favourite Caitlin Shearer is throwing an exhibition with her camera-wielding pal Eloise Maree next month.
Australian shutterbug Nick McKinlay may be relatively new to the photography game, but you sure couldn't tell by a flick through his snaps.
You don't have to have lived through the moon landing to enjoy getting busy with a needle and thread, and the fab people over at He Made She Made are proving it with a very stitch-happy exhibition.
These four Sydney-born fellas have recently released their debut album, Be Impressive, and we can assure you they are walking the walk as well as talking the talk.
With a name like Gang of Youths, you might expect a bunch of acne-scarred adolescents – instead you'll get five fully grown gents, making raucous tunes that'll get your toes a-tapping.
There's certainly something a bit eerie about Spookyland's hypnotic tunes, though in less of a shaking-in-your-boots kind of way than a heart-quickening, goosebump-sprouting floatiness.
Have you ever seen a finch with a fringe? Or a raven with a rat's tail? Or even a gnarly mynah bird with a mohawk?
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