The film brings the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to life to tell his remarkable story. Every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by 125 professional oil-painters who travelled from all across the world to the Loving Vincent studios in Poland and Greece to be a part of the production. As remarkable as Vincent’s brilliant paintings, is his passionate and ill-fated life, and mysterious death.
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I'm a huge art fan, and this film was fantastic! Well made, and followed Vincent's struggling life as an artist and his mysterious death in great detail. It is a masterpiece, visually and as a story of this great artist life.
John Gorton, Politician
So, not only have you got international monarchs and TV royalty on the list of Geelong’s infamous graduates; you’ve also got one of Australia’s most notorious Prime Ministers.
John Grey Gorton was born in 1911. His early years were spent with his mother’s parents in Port Melbourne, as his parents were constantly on business trips to Sydney, New Zealand and England. They settled down in Sydney in 1916, and five year old John was enrolled at Edgecliff Preparatory School. He later attended Headford College, before boarding at Shore, the Sydney Church of England Grammar School
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Bavaria paid a visit to Queanbeyan this weekend with the annual Oktoberfest celebrations held across the border for the first time. After more than 50 years in Canberra, the Harmonie German Club hosted its Oktoberfest event at the Queanbeyan Showgrounds. Click here to view the article.
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Ms Spaleta designed the new branding and theme artwork used at this year’s festival – no easy feat for an event which strives to be brighter each year.
But the graphic design graduate’s designs blossomed, adding even more splashes of colour in Floriade’s 29th year. Ms Spaleta said she couldn’t believe it when she found out she would be giving the iconic Canberra event a facelift.
“For me, Floriade symbolises the start of spring,” she said. “The warmer weather that accompanies spring in Canberra and blooming flowers and blossoming trees really helped inspire the bright watercolours and whimsical lines within the design.
“I combined soft yet rich watercolours with whimsical line drawings of flowers and botanics, giving my design depth and movement. I think the final product represents what spring is all about, and adds life and versatility to the existing Floriade brand which they wished to retain.”
Ms Spaleta graduated with a Bachelor of Graphic Design in 2012 and Bachelor of Advertising and Marketing Communications in 2013 and is currently working at Canberra creative agency, Coordinate.
The 27-year-old said her favourite part of Floriade is getting to see all the different kinds of Canberrans come out of their winter hibernation, especially for the flower festival.
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