Photographer Simon Bernhardt‘s BDSM exhibition sought to celebrate members of Sydney’s BDSM community and their unique sexual identities by breaking taboos and misunderstandings about what we think goes on behind closed doors.
On Friday 4th of December, Sydney coffee lovers had the chance to help change the world by being a part of the inaugural Change Coffee Day by buying coffee from participating cafes across Sydney, regional NSW, and South Africa.
Alexia Pettenon, one of only a handful of female auctioneers in Sydney, shared her story with two regional newspapers she conducts auctions in.
The Hornsby Inn’s 19th Hole, complete with two ground-breaking OptiGolf simulators within a golf-themed space, challenges notions of what traditional pubs offer patrons.
Through 16 portraits of cannabis users, Sydney-based advertising and editorial photographer Simon Bernhardt is attempting to dispel stereotypes, while sparking serious debate about whether cannabis is really a gateway drug, and its possible future legalisation for medicinal and recreational use.
Cerbaco, exclusive importers and distributors of Cognac, Armagnac, Calvados and Liqueurs hosted a trade and media tasting session at Sydney’s The Oak Barrel featuring Florence Boucheron from Tariquet Armagnac. Florence Boucheron’s Armagnac Master Class covered the history of Domaine Du Tariquet, the complex process of producing Armagnac, and guided guests on a sensory journey of Tariquet’s unique Armagnacs made only with Folle Blanche grapes – the first varietal used to produce Cognac and Armagnac in the 19th century.
Sydney’s newest small bar Hustle & Flow creatively infuses hip-hop culture into every part of its Regent Street operation.