• Celebrating 70


    We can feel a style trip coming up with news that the National Gallery of Victoria are soon to show The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture from 27 August 2017. The NGV's growing reputation for nailing fashion shows (not the runway variety but monumental nonetheless) hit a high benchmark with Gaultier in 2014, which is reaching legendary status and they're currently showing Victor & Rolf. For Dior the focus is on tracking the evolution over seventy years right up to the designs by the fashion house's first female head designer Maria Grazia Chiuri — we're big fans! And it's not...
    On Show : 9:54 am : 23rd March 17Read More+
  • On the Ward


    Morag Myerscough continues to enliven spaces, this time it's the Sheffield Children's Hospital where trademark colour and form ensures a hospital stay doesn't have to be beige. Check out It's Nice That for the full story. Image: Jill Tate.
    Good Causes : 9:21 am : 23rd March 17
  • Like Crystal


    Alexis Arnold's Crystallized Book Series is not only wonderfully tactile, but also a contemplative comment on the relevance of books in our increasingly digital world. The books move from sources of information to objects of beauty, effectively becoming artifacts from an earlier time that record trends and interests. And their sugar-coated appearance makes them all the more enticing. Who would have thought that borax could look so amazing? Uncovered on This Is Colossal.
    Publish : 9:42 am : 21st March 17
  • Snap: Whale Beach 4.32 pm


    Snap : 9:20 am : 20th March 17
  • Porcelain Power


    It's no secret that we're big fans of flowers and porcelain, so when the two come together it can only be a good thing. We recently unfurled the work of Owen Mann via This Is Colossal. His ceramic blooms have us totally in awe, painstaking perfection. We're left agog.
    Trendspotting : 10:18 am : 17th March 17Read More+
  • Paved with Gold


    Miniature in scale but mammoth in impact, Rachel Sussman's golden interactions invoke kintsugi, a Japanese method of repair that highlights the history of an object and often uses gold. The result? Sidewalk Kintsukuroi, a series of compelling transformations that evoke rivers of gold. Learn more on This Is Colossal.
    On Show : 5:18 pm : 16th March 17
  • Snap: Buckingham Street 9.11 am


    Snap : 9:19 am : 13th March 17
  • Lumen


    Lumen by Jenny Sabin Studio has just scooped New York’s Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1's Young Architects Program Award. Meeting the brief's environmental, social and sustainable requests, Lumen will provide visitors with cool blue space full of wonder when it opens in NYC this summer. Get in the picture with It's Nice That.
    Architecture : 9:08 am : 10th March 17
  • Inner Wrap


    Franco Mazzaucchelli's hauntingly beautiful installation feels part homage to Christo, yet on the inside. Installed and recently wrapped in Milan's Chapel of the Basilica di Sant'Eufemia, we would have loved to experience this first hand. We uncovered it via @a magcuratedby
    On Show : 9:08 am : 9th March 17
  • Illuminated


    Taking lighting to another dimension Bocci is a cross-continental lighting studio responsible for contemporary chandeliers with a focus on deconstruction. We’re crushing on this installation but see what lights up your life via Herschel's illuminating feature.
    Trendspotting : 9:59 am : 7th March 17
  • Snap: Whale Beach 4.04 pm


    Snap : 9:17 am : 6th March 17
  • It’s 2017


    Known for his wide-ranging photographic work, artist Wolfgang Tillmans has just opened his expansive exhibition titled 2017 at Tate Modern. Tillmans was associated with the fashion world via his groundbreaking, and often challenging imagery for alternative fashion bible i-D. The show brings together a range of work in array of forms from across his career. It sounds like a blockbuster to us. Creative Review kept us in the frame with their intriguing article. Images: Wolfgang Tillmans, Tukan 2010 (above) and astro crusto, a2012 both © Wolfgang Tillmans.
    On Show : 8:42 am : 2nd March 17Read More+