Art & Design
Posted by Dan Kuseta
25. Mar, 2011
Bandit Films, a Melbourne based production company, has recently been causing a buzz with their short films about everyday people and their not so everyday hobbies. They’ve interviewed everyone from bull riders to truck drivers, and give a glimpse of suburban sub-cultures that aren’t often documented.
Nicely shot in HD, their latest, Welcome To Murray Country, is about a man and his muscle cars down in Pakenham.
American themed burger joint Gramercy Social has got Prahran salivating for some good ol' burgers.
The new kid on the Collingwood bar block Dingo's Bar proudly celebrates the kitschy iconic Australian pop culture we love.
Claypots Barbarossa is one of those venues in Melbourne that works for nearly every occasion.
The Guerrilla Gameshow is on again, this time with a vintage Halloween theme!
Self-taught artist tohm has dedicated his second exhibition to nothing but the colour black. A dark event indeed.
The MTC's latest challenges the perception of war in modern suburbia through two very different families.