Words by Sandra La. Images by Alici Cutri.
When a person’s path crosses with a fallen civilisation, does the person have to bear the burden of their fate? He caught glimpses of the ruined towers first, rising like crippled malformed fingers from the […]
Clinking of porcelain Rolling water boils Preparations are made The jar seal breaks A measure is taken Given in plenty The hunger deepens Salivating patiently Water is poured The level rises A blessed sight Bringer […]
You’re a student not a chef, how many knives do you really need? BREAD KNIFE Let’s be real, you’re probably buying sliced bread as it is anyway. But those beautiful serrated blades can saw through […]
Daunting (and amazing) as it may be, Alissa Nightingale, the founder of the The Nightingale Collective, tells us how she has managed to have a social enterprise that is making a difference and the ins […]
Graduating from university can be daunting. But Chloe Cannell proves there are a whole lot of exciting bits, too. And remember: you’re not alone. The end of the university year means a couple of things: […]
Welcome to the world of student, Madeleine Larkin. Currently studying teaching at UniSA, illustrating is a mighty fine outlet to make something of everything. Combing line work with bright spots of colour Madeline invites everyone […]