2020 was the year we scrambled to find new ways of working and connecting. As we swapped vaycays for staycays and dance floors for dinner tables, an unlikely hero rose from the new world order — the humble party game.
There is something doll-like about the characters Monika Szczerbinska depicts, but beyond their doe-eyed playfulness is real feeling. These are characters of sensitivity and kindliness, often surrounded by treasures from the natural world. We caught up with the self-titled “mushroom person” to learn more about her life and art practice.
Looking for some lockdown inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Here are all the books, podcasts and games the WILD team can’t get enough of.
Elyse Wilson’s love for the land started early. She moved to the west for a sea change and found herself living and working in the Kimberley. There, she found her passion for Australian native botanicals and bush foods while working for an Aboriginal family-run business. Now, Elyse is the founder of By Will skincare as well as the business manager for Yerrabingin in Sydney and its surrounds.
Ever thought about turning your passion for yoga into your profession? John Ogilvie, founder of Byron Yoga Centre, shares his tips on how to take your yoga practice to the next level.
The Young Australian of the Year Awards recipients for 2021, Isobel Marshall, Tara McClelland and Tayla Harris, share what it is that keeps that fire raging and blazing inside of them.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted the courageous among us to tap into their creative side and kick-start new and exciting businesses.
Artist Joi Murugavell takes us into her mind, an abstract and colourful place filled with quirkiness, humour and play.
We chat to evolutionary astrologist Daisy Clementine Douglas about ambition, success and her go-to daily rituals.
Ceramicist and interior designer, Cass Siow, lives and breathes creativity. We chat to Cass about inspiration, ambition and redefining success.