Friday, July 17, 2009
i like the weekends!
Melbourne Designer Hero's Dilemma makes great dresses as you can see from the photo above. The square neckline and cap sleeves are really flattering on most body types.
3 Things to do this weekend in Melbourne:
1. Go check out This is Not Design Market. This is Not a Design Market showcases Australian designers, makers and artists, creating furniture, fashion, lighting, jewellery, homewears and everything in between. Located in The Factory, a 2000 square meter warehouse space, there will be delicious food and drinks on offer, art installations, atmosphere, and entertainment all day.
Location: The Factory, 500 La Trobe St, Melbourne from 10 am - 5pm this Sunday 19th July
2. Have a yummy breakfast at Birdman Eating. We had the Black Rice Trifle for breakfast this morning and it was awesome!
3. Go see the screening of 'Melbourne Ink' a movie at ACMI this Saturday.
Melbourne is home to some of the best graffiti artists in the world. Laneways across the city have been encrusted with street art and they’ve become popular backdrops for wedding photographs, international backpackers, even tourism campaigns. Furthering the debate are filmmakers Romain Levrault and Julien Sena and their recent snapshot of the current graffiti
landscape with interviews from some of the big names in graffiti and street art: Andrew Chew, Andy Mac, Miso, Ghost Patrol, HaHa, Drew, Meggs, Reka, Vexta, Phibs and Rone. Presented as part of State of Design Festival, the screening will be
followed by a panel discussion with the filmmakers, street and graffiti artists, Gordon Harrison (City of Melbourne), Dr Lachlan
MacDowall (VCA) and other special guests. Afterwards at 6pm their will be a book launch and signing of Kings Way: The Beginnings of Australian Graffiti, Melbourne 1983 - 1993 in the ACMI Function Space. Not to be missed!
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