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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 20, 2017

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Milli and Fink: A place for creating

July 31, 2016 |

It’s a place for the creatives, the visionaries, and those who wish to learn something new and become inspired. Whether you are an expertise, a beginner or you just simply want to prove that you can make funky banana pants, Milli and Fink workshops are for you. Read More

Jessica Walsh: Play By Your Own Rules

February 29, 2016 |

Jessica Walsh talks about the importance of play, conscientiously shaping the career you want and the freedom that comes from allowing yourself to be vulnerable.

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Coco Republic- A night with Neale Whitaker

June 6, 2015 |

 

Last Wednesday night, 27th of May, the directors of Coco Republic invited exclusive guests to join them for an evening with Neale Whitaker discussing international design trends.

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Where To Go For Homewares in Melbourne

May 23, 2015 |

If you’re looking for some new items to spruce up your place and after pieces that will set you apart from everyone else, there are a myriad of stores in Melbourne to satisfy your needs. I’ve rounded up four of my personal favourites, where you’re sure to find something to tickle your fancy. Read More

Decorating for Autumn: New Ways to Spice Up Your Home

May 4, 2015 |

As the days start to get colder and shorter, it’s time to start thinking about adding a few seasonal touches to your home. Read More

Interview: Designed For Life

March 8, 2015 |

When it comes to design, bloggers always seem to have their finger on the pulse. Melbourne based Myrline Delva, curator and author of Designed For Life, is certainly no exception to this rule. Read More

Creative Minds, Flows And T-shirts: An Interview With ThePrintBar

October 22, 2014 |

Unlike anything in Brisbane, ThePrintBar is a place where creative flow is encouraged and where the team work together to produce top quality art and print amazing shirts.

Creative Drinks sat down with Jared Fullinfaw, the owner and founder of ThePrintBar, to talk aspirations, successful businesses and printing.

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Brisbane’s Best Antique Centres

October 21, 2014 |

Modern, shmodern! When it comes to fashion and design, what’s old is new again. It is as though all of the quirky, vintage bits and pieces you drool over on Pinterest (while you should be researching for that assignment or work presentation) have rallied together to create these trendy goldmines of retro frocks, furniture and, you know, the stuff of goddamn dreams! Read More

Brisbane’s Best Co-working Spaces

October 6, 2014 |

Whether you’re a freelancer, running a start-up, a home chef or a creative with a dream, it can be hard to stay motivated when you’re working from your humble abode. Read More

Coming to Australia – Emma Carter and Beyond the Logo

July 23, 2013 |

Australia has long had a serious “brain drain” issue – young, creative people flocking overseas to the bright lights (big city) of London, New York or Los Angeles. The tyranny of distance made domestic careers seem somehow secondary, a consolation … Read More

May-fever!

May 3, 2013 |

The Mayes in May Festival is back on this year at Logan’s oldest residential property.

Sunday the 5th of May (this weekend!) is the day for pig racing, tomato planting, sheep shearing, an animal farm, vintage cars and country … Read More

Finding that Melbourne Vibe

March 10, 2013 |

If you’ve ever spent much time in Melbourne, you’ll know what I mean when I speak of that Melbourne vibe. It changes by the season and the day of the week but regardless of the weather or day there are … Read More

White Night Melbourne

February 26, 2013 |

Been wondering what all those pictures of Flinders Station, all dressed up in colour, popping up around social media are all about? Last Saturday evening in Melbourne kicked off a little differently than usual. Melbourne’s … Read More

Changing To Lanes

February 20, 2013 |

Ancient cities such as Paris and Rome are filled with lanes and side streets, all with enchanted treasures just waiting to be discovered. Quaint little boutiques, bookshops and cafes are scattered so deep into the vine covered stone walls that … Read More