I feel like I’m floating on a cloud.
Also, I get Leighton Meester vibes from her when they sit down.
Same facials, no?
Just watched Blue is the Warmest Colour and
cried in the bus on the way home.
I spent 6 hours straight at Lifeline Bookfest yesterday and this is what I came home with, a sci-fi kid’s book called He-Man Smells Trouble.
Nice to see Daft Punk make a cameo appearance too.
No, just kidding. That’s not them but that is the title of the book…yeah, what the?!
Also, O.o at the furby look-a-like on steroids (left).
Artist: Kathryn Somerville
BEST DISCOVERY OF MY LIFE
Melbourne band Hiatus Kaiyote killing it with Nakamarra.
My heart right now ♥ ♥ ♥
It’s Australia Day and I’m listening to the cheesiest of cheesy Aussie pop music. There will be no INXS or Delta Goodrem or Tame Impala today. Instead, I’m amping the cheese factor and listening to the songs we’d all rather forget… unless you’re like me and love cheesy pop music.
Here are 12 of my favourites from the mid-90s to early 2000s. Love ‘em all except for the first song - ugh, cringe-worthy stuff:
1. Me, Myself & I - Scandal’Us
2. All Seats Taken - Bec Cartwright
3. Mysterious Girl - Peter Andre
4. What’s A Girl To Do - Sister 2 Sister
5. Stop Calling Me - Shakaya
6. I’m Moving On - Scott Cain
7. We B Cool - Real Blondes
8. Way Love’s Supposed To Be - Selwyn
9. I Need Somebody - Bardot
10. Tell Me If You Like It - Danielle Stearman
11. Got It Goin’ On - Human Nature (looove these guys)
12. Something More Beautiful - Nikki Webster
Rainbow Warrior by April White
Random postcard I picked up at the library… or in a café. No, it was the library. I love the birds in her hair, her big eyes and cracked pavlova-like skin.
April White is a Sydney-based visual artist who freaking rocks!
A cartoon I drew of myself when I was 12.
Australian author, illustrator and cartoonist Michael Salmon came to my school in 2003. I’m sure he talked about really interesting stuff but I can’t remember, sorry Mike.
What I just realised though is that Salmon wrote and illustrated the Who’s Behind the Door series. I forgot it even existed but I’m so happy I’ve rediscovered pieces of my childhood in, like, the last two minutes.
We had Who’s Behind the Door at My House? at home and just browsing through his website, I realise a lot of the children’s books I read were written and/or illustrated by him.
Anyway, we all had to draw cartoons of ourselves after his talk and this is what I came up with :)