Sabrina Santiago on her infatuation with rooftop portraitureNew York released everything Sabrina Santiago had pent up inside of her. Sydney – where she worked and wrote for Vogue Australia, RUSSH Magazine – was fine, but New York was all she wanted to talk about when I got her on the phone toward the end of March.
Cameron Smith released his latest EP, Good Enough, as a three-song project that thoughtfully explores identity through the lens of how this self-view molds to or changes based on societal structures and external influences.
Phoebe is an Australian photographer who works primarily with film but whose art ranges into many mediums. Her photos take on a beautiful space between portraiture and documentation.
"I am British but made to feel other because of my race. I am Congolese but left feeling other because of where I was born. I make work that reflects my identity, as a mirror, documenting my existence like a diary."
Laurie Franck is a hand poke tattoo artist whose delicate style draws on the grace of the human form.
Abramson’s personal style is everyday surrealism that leaves its viewers at the intersection of poetry and intense physicality.