People putting their own flavour on the world

Q+A with Josh Pyke

"There are some people that need to be artists and there are some people that just want to be artists. You have to want to do it from the second that you wake up in the morning."

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"If you want to get competitive, try to be the kindest person in your industry."

Q+A with Mari Andrew

Q+A with Tilly Lawless

"The whorearchy is the hierarchy that shouldn’t – but does – exist in the sex industry, which makes some jobs within the industry more stigmatized than others."

April 29, 2020

One thing that no one is taking for granted at the moment is space. Those cooped up in tiny apartments (hello, that's me) are craving an extra room to work in or a backyard to soak in the sunshine while we wait out the final weeks of isolation.

Luckily, Kate and Ben bro...

April 24, 2020

COVID-19 means we're all spending much more time inside our homes than we're used to. While that's frustrating for some, others are using this as an opportunity to reconnect with the four walls they've chosen as their home and to appreciate the little things that make...

December 6, 2019

We speak with 22-year-old creative chick Imogen Ivy about her art practice, how she ensures her subjects are comfortable during a nude photoshoot and where she finds the energy to keep up the good fight after having three of her Instagram accounts deleted.

 Image: Imoge...

September 28, 2019

Gabrielle Jackson's experience of endometriosis has been a nearly two decade journey and it's a disease the medical world has known of for over a century. Yet, shockingly, so little research has been done and so little funding is set aside to further understand the di...

September 26, 2019

"Once you’ve lost your sense of humour, you may as well be dead."

These were the wise words of the great man who inspired Sydney's latest ethical clothing label, Kenny Franks.

Born in 1920s Manchester, Kenneth Frank lived a life of beautiful simplicity. While he had a no...

Sydney-based artists Andrina Manon is fascinated with making art about us millennials. She loves all things floral, folksy and nostalgic.

Ahead of her exhibition at Good Space on August 7 – in partnerships with local artist Oliver Abbott – Andrina talked to Twenty Somet...

April 4, 2019

For every thought or feeling you've ever had, Mari Andrew has probably drawn a picture of it. She takes the small moments in life - the little pockets of joy or universally known feelings of despair – and creates simple, yet impactful illustrations, posting them onto h...

February 27, 2019

Eliza Brockwell was looking for something beyond her nine-to-five job to give her a sense of fulfilment – a common desire for the millennial employee bursting at the seams with fresh ideas.

With an appetite for all things creative and the knowledge that someti...

February 20, 2019

Milly took the time to speak with Twenty Something Humans about some of the things she loves most and gave us a glimpse into the life of someone who's successfully turned their side hustle into a full-time gig.

January 24, 2019

Instagram was once a place for inspirational quotes and photos of a bird's-eye-view of a bowl of muesli, but these days the 'relatable illustration' movement is hitting our screens, and boy am I okay about it.

One of my favourite artists (she graces both my bedroom...

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