About Liesl
Liesl Pfeffer is a visual artist from Melbourne, Australia. She has a degree in photography and makes collages from toy camera photographs. She loves crafts, drumming, baked goods, riding her bike and replacing the blade on her scalpel.
http://www.lieslpfeffer.com
Current city: Melbourne
Liesl Pfeffer is a visual artist from Melbourne, Australia. She has a degree in photography and makes collages from toy camera photographs. She loves crafts, drumming, baked goods, riding her bike and replacing the blade on her scalpel.
 
La Paloma is my local, my regular stop for coffee and tortilla. The atmosphere is unpretentious and the handwritten menu is simple, fresh and delicious, featuring Argentinian empanadas, shakshuka, beans and churros.
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Mr Kitly is a shop and gallery specialising in ceramics, books, plants and textiles. Much of the stock is from Japan, and everything makes you want to weep because it's so charming and pretty. The hanging plants are amazingly affordable too.
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The Everleigh is a sumptuous bar hidden above a busy shopping street. A perfect place to share a leather booth with friends, while drinking gin cocktails from old-fashioned crystal glasses.
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My favourite commercial gallery in Melbourne, Utopian Slumps represents a group of early to mid career Australian and New Zealand artists. Exhibitions are always intriguing and the opening nights are great for people watching.
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Wunderkammer is a retail store, so packed full of treasures that it feels like a natural history museum. Wonderful for browsing, Wunderkammer stocks medical and scientific instruments, crystals, rocks and other specimens.
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