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Poster Magazine 10th Birthday Celebration

Poster Magazine celebrated its 10th Birthday program launch in style at The Park Hyatt, Sydney on Wednesday 7th November. The stunning event marked the beginning of 12 months of celebrations and event activations for the luxury media brand.

The spectacular space and striking views of the harbor and opera house provided an amazing backdrop for what was an evening to remember. One of the countries most renowned chefs, Andrew McKee showcased his immaculate culinary skills and style with various tasting stations displaying the most exquisite delectables. Our glamorous guests were treated to an enchanted evening of pure luxury.

Check postermagazine.com.au to see more of Poster Magazine Australia.

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The QT Sydney hotel – luxurious, quirky design in the CBD

In September of this year, less than a month ago, the QT Sydney hotel opened its doors within two of the city’s most iconic buildings; the historic Gowings department store and the heritage-listed State Theatre. While the facades are restored to their former glory, the insides of the hotel, designed by acclaimed designer Nic Graham, are created based on a mix of original features, curated digital art installations, eclectic artefacts and quirky design pieces, inspired by the retail and theatre history of the two buildings.

The hotel’s 200 guest rooms come in 12 different styles, where cohesion is allowed through the deep palette of reds, oranges, yellows and whites featured in all them. The rooms in the Gowings Building are bright and airy with eccentric touches and embellishments, matching the original timber floors from 1929. Underpinning the history of the State Theatre, the rooms you’ll find here feature Rothko-inspired carpets and rugs, finished off with playful touches like bowler hat lamps, unusual collectables and pops of colour.

Tough the design of the hotel makes for an experience all in itself; guests are encouraged to explore the treasures of Sydney by planning their city adventures using the hotel’s Concierge iPhone and iPad app. We think this makes for a hotel experience both fit for those Sydney locals wanting to spend a weekend in new, luxurious surroundings, as well as those visiting this glorious, Australian city.

See more photos and check out room prices at Design Hotels.

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Vivid

Vivid Sydney Festival

Sydney’s annual festival of light, music and innovation is back from the 25th May – 11th June. The artist driven festival, in its fourth year will once again transform Sydney into a canvas of creativity and inspiration.

Vivid has become Sydney’s major winter festival with free and ticketed events at the Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay, the Rocks and now extending to the Walsh Bay precinct for the first time.

Thirteen new installations will form the Walsh Bay Light Walk, curated by Sydney Dance Company’s resident multimedia artist Peter Greg. Set to be an immersive cinematic experience, the walk takes visitors from pier 1 to 9 on a journey of creativity and innovation, offering interactive pathways flooded with luminous colours and astounding sculptures.

A fractured heart created by the Illuminart team and ARIA Award winning performer Gotye alone is something not to be missed. Combining dazzling animations with unique musical notes when played as a harp by the audience, the interactive instrument is said to be a highlight of the walk.

The full Vivid Sydney program is available at http://vividsydney.com

 

 

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Art Month Sydney – Papermill

Art Month Sydney

Sydney’s contemporary art scene is in the spotlight this March, with the return of Art Month Sydney. Running from 1 – 25 March, the third annual festival includes more than 300 artists, 200 events and 100 galleries scattered across the city.

There’s a new iPad application to guide visitors through the packed program of exhibitions, talks, gallery tours on foot and by bicycle. Every Thursday and Friday galleries in weekly focus arts precincts will open late, keeping the streets buzzing with art bars featuring DJs and live artist performances.

2012 Artistic Director, Eliza Muldoon, believes Art Month Sydney is about engaging Sydneysiders with the work of contemporary artists: “We’d like both newcomers and art lovers alike to join the celebration of Sydney’s thriving arts industry.”

www.artmonthsydney.com.au

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Audi A6 Launch

Audi A6 Launch

The Launch of the new Audi A6 recently took place at the Royal Hall of Industries in Sydney. The Poster team was on hand to capture all the action and excitement of this dynamic event.

The event highlight included a breathtaking 3D cinematic experience, combing sophisticated design and technology with a 68 meter projection, which raised the bar for the way cars are to be unveiled moving forward.

We can safely say, the next generation, Audi A6 is worth checking out.

http://www.audi.com.au

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