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Andreja Pejic featured in Vogue Magazine

Adland: How to Avoid Rainbow Washing

Clients and their agencies often baulk at using gay and lesbian people in campaigns not because they think it’s too risky, rather they have a misguided belief that they make up too small a part of their customer base. Originally published on

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Thom

Thom: A Portrait of Modern Youth

Thom is a 19 year-old from the Sunshine Coast, in Queensland, mid-way down the east coast of Australia. He's also the subject of Riley Blakeway's eponymous, debut biopic film embedded above. Like a lot of films that capture the essence of Australian

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Christian Were: Vinegar Girl

Christian Were: Vinegar Girl

Also, Check out Christian Were's shots of Xinjian, China on flickr. Full of that nostalgic magic, produced when a great photographer masters the art of film. [via Ruby Pseudo]

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Lifelounge_UMR_trend_report

9 Ways to Improve the Lifelounge Youth Trends Report

Recently, I was contacted on Twitter (along with a few others) and offered a report containing "research on 16-30 y.o tastes in music, sport, fashion, entertainment". The Urban Market Research (UMR) report is a collaboration between Lifelounge and

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Reel Cool Music Videos

Reel Cool #1: A Week of Music Videos

"Reel Cool" is a weekly post series featuring five videos worthy of your eyeballs. Here's the first and it's all music: El Guincho (Spain), Oh Mercy (Australia), Twin Shadow, Airport (India) and Bang Bang Tang (China)... 589

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Gingers

RIP Gingers: Evolution of a Media Meme

It's been building for 5 years. Content featuring (and often abusing) gingers was controversial, trendy, popular, socially acceptable and most recently endorsed by the Victorian Government in Australia. It was funny for a while. But thanks to a lame

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The Wire

What ‘The Wire’ taught me about Australian Politics

If The Wire taught me anything about politics it's that it doesn't really matter who Australia's leader is, under the current system. For whatever good intentions and false hopes potential leaders hold for delivering on promises, 'setting things

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