Misc

SIM Illustrated: Joanna Neary

We’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of illustrators at Standard Issue and thought it was about time we got to know them a bit better as well as admiring their work. Allow us to do the introductions between you and Joanna Neary.

Letter to my hometown: To Sydney

Standard Issue writers are penning a letter to their hometown. Brydie Lee-Kennedy sends a confessional note to Sydney.

Listacular: bullet points

Bored on various interminable train journeys, Rose Biggin started making lists, taking their photo and posting them on Twitter. Then people started making list requests, which she duly wrote, photographed and posted.

Listacular: cat luring

Bored on various interminable train journeys, Rose Biggin started making lists, taking their photo and posting them on Twitter. Then people started making list requests, which she duly wrote, photographed and posted.

Life Critic: being clumsy

In her regular column, Kate Leaver reviews life’s banalities. This week, she’s got a little somethin-somethin to say about extreme clumsiness. And it ain't good.

Tweets of the year (so far)

Back in December, Round-Up queen Amanda Wilkie gathered together the best tweets of 2014. And you lot ruddy loved it. So we’ve asked her to take a look at the year so far and pick the best of the bunch.

Life critic: Summer lovin’ Brits

In her regular column, Kate Leaver reviews life’s banalities. This week she’s had a shit-eating grin on her Aussie face watching us Brits soak up the sunshine.

The Round-Up

Amanda Wilkie trawls the internet so you don’t have to. This week it’s cross dogs, colourful dogs and a tip of the hat to the wonderful, much-missed Rik Mayall.

Listacular: inexpensive children’s toys

Bored on various interminable train journeys, Rose Biggin started making lists, taking their photo and posting them on Twitter. Then people started making list requests, which she duly wrote, photographed and posted.

Listacular: alternative paint colours

Bored on various interminable train journeys, Rose Biggin started making lists, taking their photo and posting them on Twitter. Then people started making list requests, which she duly wrote, photographed and posted.