This video first came to my attention via Flying Lotus when he shared it to his Facebook page with the caption: “Pretty much.”

Which just goes to show that this is exactly what happens with our favourite artists, actors, musicians, models, etc.

André Saraiva: Dream Concerts


French graffiti artist André Saraiva takes MOCAtv to his studio at the Chateau Marmont, where he screenprints the playbills of his concept of ‘Dream Concerts’ before pasting them on city streets.

Based on his own musical tastes, Saraiva’s favourite artists/bands caters to everyone. From mainstream to hipsters to the classics, you have to admit that these are some pretty good line-ups and if it were real, I would happily fork out the cash to see any of these ‘concerts’.

André Saraiva’s next exhibition of ‘Dream Concerts’ will be held at Maison Kitsuné Tokyo from September 4th.

Instagram Is


In a culture where social media is taking over our lives, Instagram might be giving both Facebook and Twitter a run for their money.

The free app is reviving community, face-to-face interactions, adventure and looking at subjects with a more detailed eye.

Directed in full by Paul Tellefsen.

Event Review: CARBON Day Two (Part Two)


The breakdown of CARBON Festival has concluded with the final review now up online.

Covering the closure of the Festival with prolific photographers presenting in Forum D, as well as a visual feed of my time in Burn City, the cessation of the weekend was something I was not looking forward to, as it also meant that my time in Melbourne had concluded.

It was truly a bittersweet feeling.