With a deep and dark history as bloody and murderous as it is fascinating, The Tower of London has long been on my list of places to visit. First establish in the days of William the Conqueror in 1066, and more of a castle than a tower, it has played many roles through its life. Continue reading
Today is the day that the “we feast” in Tobacco Dock, London. Comprising of Food, wine, cocktails, bands, DJ’s and heaps more, there is not a single sense that is left out over this 3 day Festival. Continue reading
So loads and loads of us iphone users are having the same problem, a broken or faulty lock button. For the last few weeks I’ve resorted to banging my lock button on the edge to the table, jamming it with my finger over and over again and even sticking a pin in there to see if I can scoop out any unseen fluff. Continue reading
Did you watch Malcolm in the Middle as much as I did growing up? And then years later fall victim Continue reading
It’s unofficially official but the man know as the king of choc has won 56% of votes in Ukraine’s elections. Continue reading
Times are tough, especially for us creative types, it seems everything just keeps getting more expensive! So we here at Rival are taking the lead and doing the right thing, making studio space more affordable. $50p/w. Most affordable studios in all of Melbourne land. Still too much? That’s ok, just whatever you do, dont give up you creative passions, it’s the best cure for anything.
Wooo hoooo finally a Friday night where my friends want to do something other than go to an overpriced, crowed with douch, cheese stick club to stand around and think about talking to girls, but struggle to even talk to each other over the way to loud “music” where every track sounds similar enough to each other that they dont stand out individually but each one has enough of a dusting of cliche dressings so to so you can easily grasp the concept of “what its all about” without it actually having to produce a honest, coherent, interesting and relevant subject matter.
For 10 evenings in July and in over 30 sites, the length of Gertrude Street in Fitzroy will be illuminated by the visions of talented projections artists for the Gertrude Street Projection Festival. Buildings, laneways, footpaths and tree trunks will be lit up with site-specific, curated projections which respond to the theme Illuminate.
Rival artist Chantelle Ferri will be projecting her works on the side or Hudsons Famous Catering, 59-61 Gertrude Street.
Just Another Birthday
Thursday, 04 July 2013
Written by Toby from Just Another Agency
Hey Folks (insert very loud, festive birthday music in the background) and Welcome to the Just Another Birthday Blog! Just Another Agency officially turns 3 today and the Just Another Project Space turns one! Loads has changed over the last three years. Management, staff, volunteers, interns, artists, and colour. Yep every year as Just Another evolves it sheds it’s old colour for a new, showcasing a new sable of artists, a new Just Another Book along with all the other trimmings. Including the Just Another T-shirt Range and events. So welcome to this years change.
Have a look around, check out the new Just Another colour and background images along with new Just Another Artist bios courtesy of word jumble extraordinaire Michael Bain and head to the agency About Page and read the humble words of word genius Marian Machismo.
We also have a whole heap planned with Guest Bloggers this year so stay tuned for news from some information packed blogs with a twist… Thank you for your ongoing support of Just Another and enjoy our new year!