Lauren Della Marta

Writer
Designer
From Sydney
Addicted to tea
(milk, no sugar)
Hate the cold
Love the snow
The Strokes
My Hair smells like chocolate


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  1. The Cambodian Space Project 
Feature published on We Talk, You Die
Led to the firing squad, he asked to sing one last song to the Khmer Rouge. Unmoved, they killed him without mercy.
So the legend goes. The mystery surrounding what happened to Cambodia’s most beloved singer, Sinn Sisamouth, serves as a tragic legacy for the Cambodian music scene that was violently destroyed during Pol Pot’s rise to power in 1975. Rather like a Cambodian John Lennon, Sisamouth is now a household name inspiring upcoming artists in the country. A new psychedelic bluesy rock band, The Cambodian Space Project has taken his legacy to heart and is re-building the ancient empire’s music scene. Read more: http://wetalkyoudie.tv/feature-cambodian-space-project/

    The Cambodian Space Project

    Feature published on We Talk, You Die

    Led to the firing squad, he asked to sing one last song to the Khmer Rouge. Unmoved, they killed him without mercy.

    So the legend goes. The mystery surrounding what happened to Cambodia’s most beloved singer, Sinn Sisamouth, serves as a tragic legacy for the Cambodian music scene that was violently destroyed during Pol Pot’s rise to power in 1975. Rather like a Cambodian John Lennon, Sisamouth is now a household name inspiring upcoming artists in the country. A new psychedelic bluesy rock band, The Cambodian Space Project has taken his legacy to heart and is re-building the ancient empire’s music scene.

    Read more: http://wetalkyoudie.tv/feature-cambodian-space-project/

  2. Photography for Skateistan’s 2014 merchandise lookbook

    Photography for Skateistan’s 2014 merchandise lookbook

  3. Kampot Village in Cambodia

  4. Visiting an isolated island village in Cambodia

  5. Skateistan Blog Post: Sport For Development

    "In Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam there is conflict for the land and [there are other] countries that are in conflict like Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan. But when we play sport we don’t care for this. When we play sport we don’t care about the politics. Sport brings peace. When we play sport together, we are friends.”


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  6. Vinyl: A fleeting trend or lasting comeback?

    Adam Fisher, co-owner of Red Eye Records, Sydney’s oldest record store (where Beck played live in ’95) sheds some light on why the recent ‘vinyl revival’ isn’t just a music embodiment of the high-waisted jeans and denim jacket comeback to fashion.


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  7. A chalkwriting timelapse

  8. Sydney's forskateable future

    "I don’t want people to think that we’re like, ‘Ok sweet, the rally was fun, see you guys later.’ We are already doing back up work to push this thing even harder than before. It’s kind of like we just got a big fire lit under our butts and now we’re got to work even harder to keep the momentum going.”


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  9. Gift bags I designed for Personal Eyes Optometry

  10. Interview with Oliver Cation: Keeping Hardcore Alive

    Hardcore bands have it tough, especially young ones. To the outsider, they are terrifying and warrant earplugs. To the devoted they are thrilling but also few and far between…


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