Sir Sidney Nolan is known for his work depicting the Australian bush, but the bold modernist didn’t limit himself to that. During the trial of Adolf Eichmann in 1961, Nolan painted a series of paintings in response to the Holocaust. The result is dark, haunting, yet brilliant. And the wild part? These paintings weren’t even known to exist beforehand as the artist had no wish to showcase these in his lifetime.
Remember the chiselled abs of George of the Jungle or the swashbuckling bravado of Rick O’Connor in The Mummy? Forget all of that because Brendan Fraser has gone through a huge transformation for his upcoming film, The Whale.
G-Shock have just dropped a three-piece capsule that is inspired by glitches and like as seen in the digital world. That’s what they say anyway, but I can’t help but feel that it looks like a VHS tape gone wrong (though that was probably intentional as well). Presenting, the Digital Glitch series.
Watches are more than just timekeepers, they make their wearers feel something. That being said, this is why I think the IWC Lake Tahoe is the perfect watch for polar snipers with a cocaine addiction.
The Greenwood Hotel in partnership with the North Sydney Council have presented a winter extravaganza at the Greenwood Plaza in North Sydney. It’s fun for the whole family, but also for a few of the boys.
Ferrari have never left a race without a little bit of drama, but time is running out to secure the championship. The French GP has set the stage the stage for either Ferrari’s recovery, or their downfall.