2011-08-04 11:02:18 // Mitchell Hall
// Idealog #34: interact
Aucklander Maria Ines Manchego is a photographer, cinematographer and director living in hipster ground zero—Brooklyn, New York’s Williamsburg. The quietly-spoken Chilean–New Zealander recently shot her first feature with Kiwi director Florian Habicht.
2010-07-13 16:05:27 // Design Daily Team
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In just over a week, one lucky up and coming Kiwi designer will rise to prominence when the winner of the tenth annual James Dyson Award is announced. Judging by the three finalists announced today, the competition is stiff.
2010-06-23 17:24:10 // Design Daily Team
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PechaKucha Night, devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public, is running new events in coming months. Make sure you head along to one of the Kiwi Kucha nights.
2008-09-26 12:44:37 // Stephen Jewell
// Idealog #17: features
It’s the traditional path to rock stardom: land a contract, make a top ten hit, get an intro to your label’s HQ in London or LA. Pity that’s often the end of the road for Kiwi musicians. But a new group of Kiwi musos is blazing its own trail, and they don’t need a major label to get there. Stephen Jewell follows the indie OE. Plus play, Lady, play
2008-04-11 12:22:40 // Gena Tuffery
// Idealog #14: features
Drop out of fifth form art, get accepted into Elam, then decide to give it a miss. Pay no attention to art other than your own and paint whatever takes your fancy—all in old-fashioned oils. This, reports Gena Tuffery, is the Sofia Minson shortcut
2007-11-08 05:56:31 // Gena Tuffery
// Idealog #12: now
Leonardo da Vinci had one. So did Raphael. Now our own Kelcy Taratoa is flourishing under the creatively liberating breeze of the patron’s dollar
2007-10-05 10:26:24 // Bette Flagler
// Idealog #11: features
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We know you’re clever but you won’t live for ever—and we have to look out for New Zealand’s creative future. So Idealog placed calls to the established stars of Kiwi creativity and asked them to nominate our future fame bearers. We track down ten of the best and Alistair Guthrie captures them while they’re still fresh-faced