Shippies All Over

From up there it's like watching over a massive arena with the guys tackling these massive slabs in one of the most beautiful places on earth. That said, about 95% of the time when i shoot I'll be swimming on the shoulder getting in on the action myself.

Shippies All Over

From up there it's like watching over a massive arena with the guys tackling these massive slabs in one of the most beautiful places on earth. That said, about 95% of the time when i shoot I'll be swimming on the shoulder getting in on the action myself.

Status Update: On The Road

Fair to say it wasn't your typical package holiday. He's back home now yet the all-hour spontaneous updates have barely slowed: last-minute dashes to Moonlight Head, overnighters upcountry, or in this instance, a pre-dawn 200 kilometre hit out with his running mate, Todd Rosewall.

Status Update: On The Road

Fair to say it wasn't your typical package holiday. He's back home now yet the all-hour spontaneous updates have barely slowed: last-minute dashes to Moonlight Head, overnighters upcountry, or in this instance, a pre-dawn 200 kilometre hit out with his running mate, Todd Rosewall.

'Immortal' Art Show by Ben Brown

Swellnet Dispatch

'Immortal' Art Show by Ben Brown

Swellnet Dispatch
Stu Nettle

Ben Brown is a modern day Renaissance Fella. Over the years he's been the lead singer of the Hellmenn, an in-demand illustrator for gig posters, he's the current cartoonist for Stab magazine, and all the while a high-end doodler of macabre imagery.

Brown is putting together a show for Friday December 10th and it's that last feather in the bow - the mordant images of skulls and skeletons - that will be hanging from the walls.

A Measured Response

The scientific answer, I guess, is nothing, or next to nothing, the small array of digital bits which compose an electronic file are barely measurable by scientific means. But think of a good image, or take a look at these ones by Che Chorley.

A Measured Response

The scientific answer, I guess, is nothing, or next to nothing, the small array of digital bits which compose an electronic file are barely measurable by scientific means. But think of a good image, or take a look at these ones by Che Chorley.