For someone living in New York, I have an unusual penchant for all-things-Aussie. Oftentimes I lose hours of my day wading through creative content from alternate time-zones and seasons. Most recently, I stumbled upon the artist Brendan Huntley while perusing the exhibition archives of Urban Slumps, a non-profit art space located in Melbourne, Australia. Huntley’s spontaneous textures and colorful markings adorn paper and pottery surfaces in his exhibition, In Order of Appearance. His collection of masks explores the human psyche, presenting a combative palette of personalities. Using ordinary objects such as lipstick and hair dye to create simplistic patterns, Huntley proves that less is sometimes more when communicating a complex mood.