Junior Event // 36

See this guy? Up there? That's Nick Shelton, founder and head-honcho of Broadsheet Media - that nifty webby that tells you where to eat breakfast when you're really hungover on a Saturday morning. He gave his 10 tips in 10 minutes at our first event for 2013 in Melbourne. And no, before you ask - there were no breakfast tips. But there were tips for grabbing yourself by the balls and plunging into your dream (whatever that may be), with not much more than sheer determination and an ... 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 // 13

Publishing. It's a world many young creatives yearn to enter. Magazines offer all the tantalising perks of being young - photography, writing, culture, ideas... They also get made in amazing warehouse style offices with attractive ladies at reception and all the blow you could ever want. Well, at least that's what we're lead to believe - or want to believe. We wanted to know more about this industry and the successful people who make it work. That's why we're super dooper excited to ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 02

If Penny Modra were to have a Wikipedia entry it would read, "Melbourne's Godmother of Culture". A founding member of the whirlwind poster publication Is Not Magazine, the current editor of ThreeThousand.com.au, a regular columnist for The Age's M Magazine, and until recently, an impoverished waitress; Penny is an editor slash freelance writer who knows how to make the best of her time. She may be mad as a brush, but she's also as sharp as a tack. Any young creative that comes into contact ... Read More! »