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On A Roll: The Burgeoning Banh-Mi

The banh-mi or Vietnamese style roll, as we commonly call it, is a quasi-provincial mixture of ingredients that on their own merits are mere and unsubstantial, yet as a sum of their parts you have a delicious storm of fragrant and powerful flavours competing for the hog’s share of your tastebud market. The reappropriated term…

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Leathersmiths: Paterson & Salisbury

There are few materials that have become synonymous with quality over time. In the realm of textiles there is warmth and breathability of wool, softness and versatility of cotton and the tenacity, durability and permanence of leather. The usefulness of leather to humans is almost unquantifiable, it’s antecedents not only provided us with sustenance but…

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Follow that river: Our local source to sink

One and a half hours south of Sydney, sandwiched between the sandstone-capped Hawkesbury escarpment and big drink, the Pacific Ocean is a thin strip of urbanization, the Illawarra region. The sheer cliffs of red through brown sandstone soak up and bounce off the warm glow of the morning sun that peeps up over the horizon…

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Eight wheels of joy

Totally Free is a short film directed by Daniel Soares about the roller skating community of San Francisco. The film profiles some of the skaters and their motivations to stay on eight wheels long after the roller-craze has left popular culture prescriptions. After watching this I’m sure everyone will be wondering where they left their…

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An Inanimate Narrative: The Fictional Object Ethos

The creative pursuits of South Coast residents seem to know no bounds as week in week out we find another talented group or individual picking up their collective tools to produce. No exception to this fact is Fictional Objects creator Emma Rutherford. Omnipresent within her Fictonal Objects range of textile centric wares is an affinity to…

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