WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.National Flags Made from Food
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WHYBIN/TBWA created a creative advertising campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival using flags made out of food representing native cuisine for each of the countries.

National Flags Made from Food

U.S.A. (burnt/unburnt) is a 2011 installation by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine (previously) constructed from thousands of green matches that were inserted into a wall at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part art of “Evidence of Bricks” at the 2011 Time-Based Art Festival.
United States Map Made from Thousands of Wood Matches by Claire Fontaine by http://www.clairefontaine.ws/
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U.S.A. (burnt/unburnt) is a 2011 installation by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine (previously) constructed from thousands of green matches that were inserted into a wall at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part art of “Evidence of Bricks” at the 2011 Time-Based Art Festival.
United States Map Made from Thousands of Wood Matches by Claire Fontaine by http://www.clairefontaine.ws/
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U.S.A. (burnt/unburnt) is a 2011 installation by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine (previously) constructed from thousands of green matches that were inserted into a wall at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part art of “Evidence of Bricks” at the 2011 Time-Based Art Festival.
United States Map Made from Thousands of Wood Matches by Claire Fontaine by http://www.clairefontaine.ws/
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U.S.A. (burnt/unburnt) is a 2011 installation by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine (previously) constructed from thousands of green matches that were inserted into a wall at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part art of “Evidence of Bricks” at the 2011 Time-Based Art Festival.
United States Map Made from Thousands of Wood Matches by Claire Fontaine by http://www.clairefontaine.ws/
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U.S.A. (burnt/unburnt) is a 2011 installation by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine (previously) constructed from thousands of green matches that were inserted into a wall at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part art of “Evidence of Bricks” at the 2011 Time-Based Art Festival.

United States Map Made from Thousands of Wood Matches by Claire Fontaine by http://www.clairefontaine.ws/

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My upcoming trip

I’m heading to the United States (2nd trip, last one was in 2010) in a few weeks, October/November and would love some recommendations, in terms of where to eat and visit (nightclubs, bars and etc) I’ve done heaps the last time I was there, but I felt I missed other things out which I didn’t get a chance to do. I know what some are but I am no expert traveller so I’m asking for those around the areas to help a tourist out? :)

The following cities I would be visiting is;

  • Miami
  • San Francisco
  • Las Vegas
  • New York
  • Los Angeles

So, help a tourist out, lol?

A RECORD number of Australians are expected to travel to the US this year as airlines slash their fares to around $1000.

Visit USA estimates more than one million Australians will travel to America in 2012. “It’s a remarkable number considering the population is 22 million,” Visit USA spokesman Mark Sheehan said.

"The population of the US is 322 million people and even with Oprah it only manages to send 500,000 Americans to Australia each year.”

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Any fellow Aussies going this year? I know I am :-)

Tim Mathieson, Australian Prime minister’s partner, shows U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama his cowboy boots before she hosts a luncheon with the spouses of APEC leaders at Kualoa Ranch in Kaaawa, Hawaii. (REUTERS/Hugh Gentry)

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Which for some reason seeing the image above, brings me back to this Simpson’s episode:

Samantha Stosur is Australia’s first female grand slam singles champion in 31 years after pulling off a stunning upset over Serena Williams at today’s US Open final. Stosur, 27, won her first Grand Slam title and became the first Australian woman to capture any of tennis’s four major tournaments since Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1980 at Wimbledon. 

An engraved metal panel in the Court of Champions leading toward the tournament’s main arena lists every singles winner since the event moved to the National Tennis Center in New York in 1978. Until yesterday, no Australian woman had made the list.