The Interview Series // 26

We've been on the lookout for the perfect photographer to interview for quite sometime. Someone with a brain full of smart, a large collection of transcendental work and an undeniable connection to the universe. In the global search for such a suitable photographer, we looked to the far reaches of the globe's creative belt. Upon finding the perfect suitor by the name of Jan von Holleben, we sent one of our foreign correspondents to Berlin for a short but knowledgeably dense chat. The ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 24

Most interviews we read in magazines are shit. It's what inspires us to do what we do. That and other magazines that do brilliant interviews. Magazines like SneakerFreaker - Melbourne's very own incredibly good and culturally important international publishing success. Founded, edited and owned by the original sneaker freaker himself, Woody has built SF into a global behemoth. He's also seen his fair share of young upstarts float through his office, lived and worked overseas, moved from ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 12 (Part Two)

OK, so yesterday we posted Part One of this interview. If you haven't read it already do it now. For those that have already read it, just quietly, this half is wayyyy better. Well, not that the last half sucked, but this is sexier. If the last half was Carrie Bradshaw, this half is Samantha Jones. Apply any analogy you like. You'll see what we mean. P.S. If you've ever wanted a list of blogs and magazines the successful and beautiful people are browsing, then this is where you'll find it. ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 12 (Part One)

Have you ever been jet-lagged? We have. It sucks balls. You wander around aimlessly for days and people say things like, 'wow man, you look like a zombie'. Thanks friend. Thanks a lot. And you look like an asshole. When Toby Moore and Selena McKenzie rocked up to an inner-Melbourne bar for this interview, they looked like friggin' zombies. We caught them on a weeklong whirlwind tour of their old hometown before flying back to their snug offices (above) at the 'world famous' ad agency Fallon ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 09

It ain't new, but guess what? We are dawning on a new age. An age where no medium means more than any other. We're pretty certain nobody in the communications game is immune. Suddenly ideas, creativity and entrepreneurialism are the new order. It sure is an exciting time to be 'creatives'; especially young ones like the prococious so-and-so's that we are. So for your benefit we got in touch with one of the leaders of the new wave - Anomaly London's founding partner, Paul Graham. Anomaly New ... Read More! »