Annarine Chapman, artist of the week

Looking for some hip Western Australian conservation art in the form of a throw cushion? Perhaps a shoe? Check out Mahina Arts!

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Review of Isle of Dogs – A vibrant tale with a poignant and furry moral

Wes Anderson’s second foray into stop-motion animation has been in the back of my mind ever since I discovered his deliciously quirky selection of films a few years ago. His strict aesthetic, combined with meandering stories of idiosyncratic characters and strained family relationships are remarkable in one feature film, let alone nine, and I was anxious to see what he would produce next.

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