An Exhibition of 400 Found Notes

For 12 years, Sydney-based artist Laura Sullivan has been collecting discarded handwritten notes. The first one was a fairly dull shopping list, but since then she has found love notes, pro/con lists about romances, and very strange information on Post-It labels. She says she prefers the notes to come to her—she doesn’t go searching, “That sounds cheesy right? But it’s kind of true. I do …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

An LGBTQIA-inspired bank, how "ugly" food can end hunger, the music of Star Wars and more in our look around the web

1. Donate to Planned Parenthood on Behalf of the GOP with DefundRefund A grassroots fundraising campaign called Defund Refund makes it simple to counteract the GOP’s efforts to shut down Planned Parenthood. The website allows users to easily donate to Planned Parenthood in the name of their favorite (or, perhaps more accurately, least favorite) GOP candidate each time they attack the organization—or anytime really—and keeps …

QT Hotel, Bondi

Vibrant beachfront luxury at Sydney's newest boutique hotel

Adding to its quickly expanding portfolio of eclectic Australian hotels, QT Hotels & Resorts has unveiled its latest destination overlooking Bondi Beach in Sydney. Opened at the end of last year, the new QT Bondi provides visitors with beachfront views, airy rooms and connections to the best the neighborhood has to offer. The boutique hotel is part of a massive luxury redevelopment that has transformed …

New Albion Sports

With a focus on function and quality, a brand new label and editorial hub driven by a genuine passion for sports

Born out of a group email chain dedicated to the NBA (which is 30,000 emails deep, so far) is the new label and sports website, New Albion. Created by four friends—Marc Hendrick, Alex Vitlin, Felix Chan and James Wright—who are located across LA, Hong Kong and Sydney, the company’s core values are based on the founders’ genuine enthusiasm for sport, quality and authenticity. “The first …

Vivid Sydney Ideas 2015

CH co-founders to speak on creativity and consumer connection at this year's global conference

Every year, the Sydney Opera House is transformed from its normal stoic ivory self into a blank canvas for light artists—resulting in massive works that captivate the city and often the world at large. Part of the annual Vivid Sydney conference, this public art is just a portion of the creativity on hand each year. Over the course of 18 days, the intersection of art, …