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Lucifer's Monocle is a project bringing together about fifteen writers, artists, photographers, musicians and designers. It's part magazine, part blog, part insert-alternate-purpose-here. 

We're looking to indulge our cultural affections with music and film reviews, communicate our opinions with informative articles, ask the pointy questions in interviews, and exhibit our artwork and creative writing. Lucifer's Monocle is an online space for us and you, showcasing the work of a critical and vaguely sleep-deprived team of Australian twenty-somethings. 

If you'd like to contribute, head over to the Contact page and shoot us an email. If you'd like to see what our exoskeletons look like, peek below.


Our resident editor-in-chief Alex Capper loves a delicious red with some fine cheese. You will most likely find him in 'Words' and as the better half of The Bench in his music reviews with Felix.

Our resident editor-in-chief Alex Capper loves a delicious red with some fine cheese. You will most likely find him in 'Words' and as the better half of The Bench in his music reviews with Felix.

Kristen is an aspiring playwright and undeniable fangirl. In her spare time, you might catch her at an Ingrid Michaelson concert or finding her zen on a yoga mat, and she’s currently living in Chicago and studying playwriting and screenwriting at Northwestern University.

Kristen is an aspiring playwright and undeniable fangirl. In her spare time, you might catch her at an Ingrid Michaelson concert or finding her zen on a yoga mat, and she’s currently living in Chicago and studying playwriting and screenwriting at Northwestern University.

For legal reasons we had to include Alan Jin in our clique - we were lacking an ethnic authority to allow us to say what we like about touchy subjects. Alan is 1/4 of electronic outfit Otious, and you’ll find him in the 'Words’ section ranting about nature. (He loves it when you say his name over and over again, like ‘Hey Alan! Alan! Hey Alan!’)

For legal reasons we had to include Alan Jin in our clique - we were lacking an ethnic authority to allow us to say what we like about touchy subjects. Alan is 1/4 of electronic outfit Otious, and you’ll find him in the 'Words’ section ranting about nature. (He loves it when you say his name over and over again, like ‘Hey Alan! Alan! Hey Alan!’)

Co-founder Felix Garner Davis jots stuff by day and moonlights as oddball wordsmith Left Egg. You’ll most likely find him in the ‘Words’ section. He also does music reviews with Capper; you can find these in the ‘Film’ section.

Co-founder Felix Garner Davis jots stuff by day and moonlights as oddball wordsmith Left Egg. You’ll most likely find him in the ‘Words’ section. He also does music reviews with Capper; you can find these in the ‘Film’ section.

Holly Terry is a young lass from the 'burbs who enjoys painting and eating. You'll find her painting anything with an inch of available space, including her pet dog. When she is not cooped up at her job and favourite hobby, Davey Jones, she spends her days studying International Relations. She hopes to take on the world in future years and rewrite the entire series of Star Wars.

Holly Terry is a young lass from the 'burbs who enjoys painting and eating. You'll find her painting anything with an inch of available space, including her pet dog. When she is not cooped up at her job and favourite hobby, Davey Jones, she spends her days studying International Relations. She hopes to take on the world in future years and rewrite the entire series of Star Wars.

Lewis Fisher is the kind of guy that’s better friends with your mum than you. And this time, its personal. Between digressing into playful quodlibets and a yearning ambition to integrate cheese onto every meal, you’ll find him in a dressing gown and slippers multi-screening away.

Lewis Fisher is the kind of guy that’s better friends with your mum than you. And this time, its personal. Between digressing into playful quodlibets and a yearning ambition to integrate cheese onto every meal, you’ll find him in a dressing gown and slippers multi-screening away.

You’d be forgiven if you thought co-founder Eddie Goldsmith was the villain in an upcoming Bond flick, as he's often found maniacally laughing at his own jokes. You'll mostly find him in the 'Words' and 'Photography' sections, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see him pop in and out of ‘Film'.

You’d be forgiven if you thought co-founder Eddie Goldsmith was the villain in an upcoming Bond flick, as he's often found maniacally laughing at his own jokes. You'll mostly find him in the 'Words' and 'Photography' sections, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see him pop in and out of ‘Film'.

Jean-René Vauzelle studied commercial photography at RMIT, which threw his passion for taking pictures right on its head. Ever since, he's been trying to figure out where he wants to go and that mostly ends up with him on top of a snow-capped mountain.

Jean-René Vauzelle studied commercial photography at RMIT, which threw his passion for taking pictures right on its head. Ever since, he's been trying to figure out where he wants to go and that mostly ends up with him on top of a snow-capped mountain.

Darcy Coombs hides behind his computer as the beat scribe for his band Otious. You'll find him voicing his opinions in 'Words'. He also hasn't grown a millimetre since he was 14.

Darcy Coombs hides behind his computer as the beat scribe for his band Otious. You'll find him voicing his opinions in 'Words'. He also hasn't grown a millimetre since he was 14.

Torika Taylor, or Trix to those who know her, dabbles in all forms of mixed media. However, you will find her work predominantly in the 'Film' and 'Artwork' sections. Her inspiration comes from her cultural surroundings growing up in Fiji and Melbourne. Don’t ask her what the subliminal messages behind her work are, as she probably knows just as much as you do.

Torika Taylor, or Trix to those who know her, dabbles in all forms of mixed media. However, you will find her work predominantly in the 'Film' and 'Artwork' sections. Her inspiration comes from her cultural surroundings growing up in Fiji and Melbourne. Don’t ask her what the subliminal messages behind her work are, as she probably knows just as much as you do.

Gabriel Filippa is studying his Master of Journalism. He spends most of his time sitting on his arse watching films or playing video games. Sometimes, he gets up to write about something that has annoyed him.

Gabriel Filippa is studying his Master of Journalism. He spends most of his time sitting on his arse watching films or playing video games. Sometimes, he gets up to write about something that has annoyed him.