We visited some of the kids at the Westmead Children's Hospital today who are in their over Christmas, and we decked them out with some cool ZANEROBE kid's gear!
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Where the hell did this year go? Besides pondering that question, why not plan how amazing your new years eve will be with our top 3 picks for New Years in Sydney...
Harbour Party: Luna Park
You can't get much better than Luna Park as a venue to bring in the New Year. The line up at Harbour Party this year includes Digitalism, Sneaky Sound System and Snob Scrilla, plus more. Your ticket includes all the park rides too-Coney Island anyone?
Field Day- The Domain
If partying into the new year on the 1st is more your style (or just kickin on for days) then Field Day is the place to be this NY day. The line up is filled with rad artists including Erol Alkan, Justice, Klaxons, The Rapture, Tame Impala and A-Trak. Field Day is held in The Domain, the perfect venue for a sunny booze packed New Years day.
Monday, December 20, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
A world first concept for hotel design has just been brought to life in the heart of Berlin. The nhow Berlin hotel takes a unique approach to hospitality, with the very first music hotel.
Featuring state of the art design and eye popping architecture, musical influences are incorporated into every corner of the hotel. New York designer Karim Rashid has directed the design of the hotel which also features a high end recording studio with panoramic views of Berlin. Berlin graffiti artists are also letting loose on one of the feature walls of the hotel. Sitting directly on the river Spree, this hotel is one of a kind- check it out!
Image credit: nhow-hotels.com
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Japanese architect Hideyuki Nakayama has collaborated with UNION, to produce a unique door knob (keep reading, it's not as boring as it sounds) that gives you a clear view of the room on the other side...
We love the idea, but it brings a whole new meaning to privacy in the home! Would you do it?
Monday, December 13, 2010
We stumbled across these clever yet humble pieces of work by artist Erika Iris Simmon. Erika takes old junk and creates composite artworks, and below is part of her series of work on famous musicians.
Who is your fave- Hendrix, Dylan or Marley?
Check out Erika's other work here
Friday, December 10, 2010
We know that many of you become filled with dread at the thought of Christmas shopping in an over crowded mall. So, we have made life easy for you (you can thank us later) with our top picks for guys from the ZANEROBE online store.
We're also offering free shipping, which will make the shopping mall seem like a thing of the past!
*Simple enter the code FREE SHIPPING into your checkout before Christmas to take advantage.
- Barbarian matte black sunglasses- $179.95
- Daines wallet- $49.95
- Regatta hat- $49.95
- Quay blue v-tee- $49.99
- Stormer navy short- $79.99
- Porto Bonete tee- $59.95
*free shipping applies to all domestic orders and international Airmail orders only. Offer ends Dec 25th AEST.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Sydney turns the spotlight onto a whole lot of talent each year with the annual Sydney Festival. The line up for 2011 has now been announced, and as always Beck Festival Bar is kickin' off with a number of killer musicians.
Other acts during Sydney Festival include hip hop legends Arrested Development, Gotye and minimalist composer Phillip Glass. Our top pick? Scribe and Ru C.L. & Radical Son!
Check out the Becks Festival Bar line up:
January 9 – The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker, I Like It Like That Orchestra & Russ Dewbury
January 10 – Arrested Development & The Last Kinection
January 12 – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion & Super Wild Horses
January 13 – Future Classic: Henrik Schwarz
January 15 – PICNIC: DJ Harvey & DJ Garth
January 19 – Scribe, Ru C.L. & Radical Son
January 20 – Wire, HEALTH & Popfrenzy DJs
January 21 – Matt and Kim & TheDeathSet
January 22 – Cobblestone Jazz, Mathew Jonson & Murat Kilic
January 26 – Beach House & Parades
January 27 – FBi Night: Holy Fuck & My Disco
January 28 – Aloe Blacc & The Grand Scheme, Benji B, Waajeed & Africa Hitech
January 29 – Mad Racket: Octave One (Live) and Mad Racket DJs
Monday, December 6, 2010
ZANEROBE General Manager Kirsty, lived in London before heading to Sydney to join the ZR crew. She let us in on her favourite place to grab a bite in the city...
"It’s got to be ‘Dans le Noir’ in Clerkenwell. It’s a restaurant where you eat in pitch darkness! The idea behind it is that when you suppress your dominant sense (sight) it heightens your other senses which when eating accentuates taste!
It kills any preconceptions and lets you face the realities of the flavours and ingredients. Before you are guided into the blacked out dining room (it really is pitch black – with no phones, digital watches or electronic goods allowed), you choose whether you want a fish, meat, vegetarian or ‘surprise’ based meal. The waiters tell you when the food is being placed in front of you, and then the fun begins of first trying to get the food on your fork and into your mouth and then trying to identify what you’re eating and if you’ve missed anything else on your plate!!
The food is delicious – think chic French food with a twist. All waiters at ‘Dans Le Noir’ are blind so they give you some helpful tips on how to eat/ drink without having your sight! (Put your finger into the top of your wine glass when pouring your vino so you can feel when you need to stop pouring to save overspilling!) So many simple and obvious issues you don’t even think about as we all take sight for granted - this empathy really encourages mutual trust and respect for your waiter. It’s a really fun and unusual experience however not somewhere I would recommend on a first date!! "
Check out the intriguing menu here
Friday, December 3, 2010
If you're in Sydney this weekend and need a jolt of creative inspiration, head down to the Oh Really Gallery, to witness James Freiberg's solo show. Freiberg fuses pop culture with a fluid loose painting style, that will make your eyes pop!
Open until Dec 6th- 55 Enmore Road, Newtown.
Flashback to 2009- artists Benedetto Bufalino and Benoit Deseille created underwater worlds where you would least expect them! The creative pair turned old phone booths into aquariums, with schools of fish entertaining passers by. What better way to bring back life to an unused public place? We wish they did this in Sydney!
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
The famous Darlinghurst gallery Monster Children is closing! Monster Children Gallery has been known for revealing some of the best contemporary artists of our time- from Todd Selby, to Anthony Lister and more, it has been a mecca for those who seek out the original and daring of the art world.
The gallery has now decided to shut up shop, and focus on their international magazine amongst other exciting projects.
Jot this one down in your diaries, because the finale show will feature works from a range of artists including Barry McGee, Ed Templeton and a whole lot more, (and at a shockingly affordable price range too!)
Be there or regret it- December 9th, 6pm at Monster Children Gallery.
Images: Barry McGee and Anthony Lister