Freshly Sprouted

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The Man Who Never Sleeps - Chapter 2 - The 'Arse Bandit'

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The Man Who Never Sleeps - Part I - Chapter 2 - The Arse Bandit title Perhaps a week into Chaz's absence I bought a newspaper with the headline, “Woman Murdered In Street”. The accompanying photo filled just about the entire front page. It showed a rainy city street, and the dead woman being whisked away on a stretcher. Police officers were all over the scene. The photo actually gave the impression that the photographer had to find a gap between cops to take the shot.

GETTING WASTED > anti-nuclear waste dump comic

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Getting Wasted comic - page 1 Getting Wasted comic - page 2 Getting Wasted comic - page 3

REWILDING > by Kevin Arnold

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REWILDING

“The wilderness that has come to us from the eternity of the past we have the boldness to project into the eternity of the future.”
—Howard Zahniser,
author of the 1964 Wilderness Act.

When veteran environmental activist and founder of Earth First! Dave Foreman looks into the future, he sees a wild and green North America. A continent where grizzly bears, wolves and mountain lions roam free, where native plants and insects flourish.

SPOONERISMS exhibition @ Lentil As Afrika

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SPOONERISMS exhibition at Lentil As Afrika On Friday the 4th of August 2006, the first SPOONERISM's BYO ART exhibition was held at Lentil As Afrika in East Brunswick. The night was a spontaneous art happening featuring photography, painting, illustration, printmaking and sculptures by over a dozen artists from Melbourne's creative fringes, including Paul Kalemba, Lucas Maddock, Michael Chu, Tim Parish, Antonia Green, Daniel Worth, Andrew Timmerman, Kia Maddock and more.

The Green Wall

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The Green Wall'The Green Wall' by Renata Joy Field
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Oceania

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Oceania'Oceania' painting by Tim Parish exhibited in 'Spoonerisms' exhibition, Lentil As Afrika, August 2006
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Pan

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Pan'Pan' painting by Kia Maddock exhibited in the August 'Spoonerisms' exhibition at Lentil As Afrika, East Brunswick, Melbourne
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The Man Who Never Sleeps - Chapter 1 - The Missing Body

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Neversleep Part One - The Missing Body title I’ll start with the man named Charles Aaron Darf, or `Chaz’ to those who knew him. I met him in Adelaide in August, the year 2000. I’d just moved into a unit in Glenelg for a hundred and forty-five a week -- a lot of money for somebody who was on the dole. But it included electricity, water and furniture, and living in Glenelg would save me money on transport. Besides, it was just what I wanted. The building had two stories that comprised nine units all up. Apparently it was no less than a century old and had originally been a brothel. I could imagine that when looking at the layout – thin corridors, dimly lit, with dull and identical doors all along them. The foyer was thin and long, the floors and staircase always creaked.

Tap into Oldgrowth

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Tap into Oldgrowth
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Resonance

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Resonance'Resonance' illustration by Kia Maddock
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