A great writer leaves a mark. No matter what the topic. I can still remember one of Clare Press's articles from several years ago when she was working as features director at Vogue Australia. "No one ever says I love you in that dress anymore," she wrote. The implication being that rampant consumerism meant people no longer made careful and considered choices when it came to their clothes -...
As a writer and critic for the global edition of the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, Alice Rawsthorn analyses design, and how it affects our lives. Her column is published weekly - every Monday - and is syndicated to magazines and newspapers around the world. Alice is a well-known public speaker and broadcaster as well asa trustee of Arts Council England and of the Whitechapel...Continue reading
Who doesn't want a space of their own? (Even if you don't have much to spare.) That's the premise behind the latest book by UK journalist and author Caroline Clifton-Mogg. She provides ideas and inspiration, as well as plenty of case studies, on how to create a space where you can be creative. The title is distributed in Australia through Hardie Grant.
The people who feature on Daily Imprint are on a creative journey. And it's always interesting to see where they go next. When I interviewed Olivier Dupon in March 2010 (and showcased photos of his Sydney home here) he had closed his Balmain boutique Lola Et Moi and was focussing on his blog Dossier37. Since then he has been working on a rather large project - publishing a book - The New Artisans-...Continue reading