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Sally Tabart

Managing Editor

Sally is a writer, editor and producer. She is the founding editor of a publication and creative space in Fitzroy called Ladies of Leisure (you can read the TDF feature on the space here!).

Sally worked as a freelance writer and in the film industry before moving to New York in 2014. After finding her feet in Melbourne again, she joined the TDF dream team in 2017.

Times Like These

Times Like These... With New York Times Food Columnist And Author Alison Roman

The New York-based bestselling author and beloved cook talks about feeling all the feelings of COVID-19, finding the motivation to work, and...

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Artist And Designer Beci Orpin

Feeling weird? Us too. Welcome to our new weekly series to help us combat all the strange feels by sharing the experiences of creatives we k...

A Day In The Life

A Day In The Life Of Hattie Molloy, Florist

From 2.35 am wake ups to 19-hour installs, there's no such thing as an 'ordinary' day for this hardworking Melbourne florist!


The Artist Whose Work Roars With Stories Of Female Inequity

Artist Karen Black hasn't always given herself permission to talk. But in her upcoming exhibition, 'It's Not Real' at Sullivan+Strumpf, she'...

Studio Visit

Entering 'The Pavilion Of Dreams' With Heath Wae

The Mullumbimby-based artist formerly known as Heath Newman brings us up to speed on some major life changes and his latest exhibition.


Yaritji Tingila Young Is Leading The Way For The Next Generation Of Indigenous Artists

A mother, an artist and a leader, we explore the profound work of Yaritji Tingila Young, on the APY Lands in remote South Australia.


Bonnie And Neil's Beautiful New Showroom Is A Patterned Paradise

The Melbourne-based textiles and homewares brand open the doors of their new incredible new showroom and studio!


11 Affordable, Emerging Painters To Start Collecting Now!

From abstract landscapes to detailed portraits, these are the artists to start collecting right now!

Indigenous Art

Two Strong Sisters Connected In A Powerful New Exhibition

Aunty Eileen Harris + Aunty Rochelle Patten celebrate a shared sisterhood at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum.

Dream Job

How Lucy Folk's Marketing Manager Landed Her Dream Job

Gemma Leslie spills the beans on what its like working at one of Australia's coolest companies.


Finding Beauty In The Ordinary, With Kiata Mason

Heavy with personal meaning, the talented still-life artist shares works from her upcoming exhibition, 'The Artist's Table'.

Creative People

The Sydney Makeup Artist Making 'Voluptuary Ceramics'

Makeup and special effects artist Emma Bartik takes the plunge to a new creative endeavour – the soft, folded, forms of Voluptuary Cerami

A Day In The Life

A Day In The Life Of Annie Portelli, TDF's Art Director

From shooting homes to managing major projects, our very own Annie Portelli shares her typical day!


A Landscape Designer's Own Ever-Changing Garden

Capturing views of the Macedon Ranges, Kathleen Murphy's garden studio is a layered, rambling wonderland that serves as a testing ground for...

Studio Visit

The Magazine Editor Turned Ceramicist, Using Clay As Therapy

Artichoke magazine editor Cassie Hansen unveils her impressive side hustle – handcrafted ceramics, inspired by architectural forms.


A Home That Blends Seamlessly Into Its Bushy Surrounds

Built around rammed earth wall, 'Yellowgums' by Josh Crosbie Architects is thoughtfully designed around its natural environment.


Our Biggest Giveaway EVER - A Dream Trip For Two To Vanuatu!

With its unbelievable beaches, creative spirit and proud cultural history – Vanuatu is calling…!


An Iconic New Collaboration - Art-Inspired Ceramics From Robert Gordon x David Bromley

Two great Australian creative names collaborate on a distinctive new range of ceramic homewares, available at Myer.