A photo blog by talented New York photographer Nikola Tamindzic.
These guys are very good at covering the Sydney music scene with a healthy tongue-in-cheek attitude.
Almost daily updates bringing Australian musical artists to your attention.
A blog by an ex magazine photo editor with excellent coverage and advice for working photographers. Nearly all bad news of late.
Excellent writing and up-to-date news about Apple computers.
Pop culture ephemera and music musings from a team of hip Sydney girls. Lots of in-jokes.
No explanation needed.
This photoblog community is a great forum for feedback on your images, as well as a great way to search and explore photographers’ work around the world - pro and amateur alike.
A wonderful source of inspiration. This is a fashion photography blog that tracks and profiles fashion photography of all types.
My daily feed of art, fashion, jokes and design. Beautifully designed and written, this is one of two daily feeds that I subscribe to.
The other daily feed I subscribe too. Provides some indulgence during my lunch break.
Keeps me tapped in to young art and design around the world.
Hours of laughs. When I feel hopeless, bored, or hopelessly bored, this is where I often find myself.
The one I use the most to find eating places all around the world. I'm a subscriber because I can't live without that thing.
Well I don't know if it's my favourite, but I would say that it's also one that I use a lot. I have to do it, because I take care of our myspace site.
I like the New York Times website because that's where I get my news from. I visit it every day too.
I use youtube a lot actually a lot because I don't have TV. I will go in and find old videos of her (points to Francoise Hardy album) or the other French artists.
The lords of all things contemporary literature. Just when you thing you've got Eggers and Co sussed out they turn around and release another issue, or launch another publication.
There is something so undeniably noir here, even in the most vibrant issue. The closest thing you'll get to an online re-creation of our tangible forefathers.
The very best of a bloody bad bunch. If you have to ask why, don't bother clicking through.
Party all over the world. Boy, boy, boys (and girls) party.
So you think there is nothing to do in this city (Sydney)? Shame on you. The kids at two thousand silence even the most incessant whiner.
Blog By Niki - the Swede can shoot.
Ten years in publishing has taught the creatives behind this design portal more than a thing or two. From the techy through the wordy to the designy.
Because every now and again I like to be reminded how little I actually know about some things.
The comedy stylings of Tim and Eric are so off-beat-ly entertaining it's at time impossible to know whether you should laugh or cry. Their website is pretty darn amusing too.
An online showcase for the diverse body of work of one of Sydney's finest, and one of my personal favourite, photographers.
The blog-home of another of my favourite Sydney photography connoisseurs. A great source of inspiration for budding photographers.
If you've ever thought about making a wallet from your computer keyboard, you'll find all the instructions here.
Straight off the cover of a 1950s textbook, these oh-so retro finds give design junkies their daily vintage fix.
Yes, it’s the same artwork every day, but that just makes this comic even better. It’s about a dinosaur, people!
It was hard not to fill my favourites with cooking blogs. In the end I narrowed it down to this little sweetie.
This woman seriously knows how to blog. Tonnes of design stuff, updated all the freakin’ time.
An insightful and inquisitive mysterious local unveils the mysteries, myths and day-to-day curios of the inner west.
A hilarious and sprightly old chap called Alan Waddell, who attempted to walk every footpath in Sydney. He was aged a tender 92 when he recently passed away.
With its motto of ‘I feel nostalgia for things I’ve never known’ this is a photo diary of sorts from a constantly-camera-toting affable New Yorker documenting his antics.
The top tips and letterbocks can brighten even the bleakest day, and lets face it, they are the only bits really worth reading anymore of this once esteemed low brow comic.
Charity begins at home and at this site for me – I like to give the more, shall we say, ‘homely’ participants high scores to make them feel better.
Basically it translates to ‘Music Blog’ and is a fantastic forum for people to rant about music of all kinds whether it be cutting edge new singles, rough-round-the-edges interviews or concert pics.
There’s nothing funnier than people whose trouser size is more than likely in three figures and who could barely run any further then the pantry discussing the fast-paced, majestic spectacle that is Australian Rules football.
A trio of lycra-clad spunky Japanese lasses - The Zuikin Girls - combine aerobic workouts with learning English, I don’t think my pants will ever dry.
The place to go for all things Eurovision. Here you can endlessly debate and reminisce about every sequin, satin-clad and scandalous moment of the world’s greatest annual spectacle.
Succinct Sydney-based music blog that explores all aspects of the art.
Super switched-on mp3 blog with consistently interesting tracks.
Music blog of left-field stuff; full albums available.
Daily-updated repository of the best street art from around the world - see its child Streetsy.
The hip-hop banger and the classic tune it samples, right there holding hands, for your downloading pleasure.
Gavin McInnes, ex-Vice, runs an extremely Vice-like blog, but better.
Affordable art from homegrown young talent, featuring the likes of Ben Frost, Kill Pixie and Numskull.
A magazine on a t-shirt: from your inbox to your letterbox every 6 weeks.
The go-to online magazine for pop culture and fashion.
There is no shortage of places to buy quirky tees on the web, but there is a shortage of appealing designs. These artist-designed tees are more than just chest prints and slogans.
A scathing and hilarious blog that covers the all the pop culture you can’t believe exists.
An online depository for a dying artform.
A lighter alternative/complement to the omnipotent Pitchfork.
Like Variety except without the ass kissing and press kit copy and paste jobs.
To quote Homer Simpson: ‘It’s funny ‘cause its true!’
Does what it says on the tin, the original home of Joey Porsche.
Twisted online comic strip with a shifting visual style.
A daily browse is a must for any indie-loving music fan. Every day a new band plays in the studio and the free downloads of each performance are available.
Amazing street art, sketches and video from Bologna based artist BLU.
Satire specialists on news and current events, these guys never fail to make me chuckle.
Pictures from trigger happy Sydney based photographer Miss Leah Consunji.
Blog by London designer Ben Terrett: pick his brain about design and sustainability.
Promoting sustainable, organic farming and championing human health. It even ties into our story on bees.
Wondering what to do with those random vegies left in fridge? Recipes, tips & tools to help you reduce food waste.
After joining my local group in Hackney I furnished our house with stereos, lamps and a barbecue all for nothing. As they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure.
Ever had a post-it from a disgruntled flatmate with a smiley face attached at the end? And then wanted to kill them?
The most interesting Australian zinester (in my humble opinion) reviews international sweets, talks about her obsessions, and shares the most interesting pictures from her apartment collage.
Tracie Egan, better known as 'slut machine' from Jezebal.com writes frankly and wittily about love, sex, politics, life... but mostly sex.