Spent a little time in London and Paris lately. Left a trail of breadcrumbs for easy navigation.
All good things come to an end, if you haven’t been to see us at the NGV Studio this will be your last chance.
and if you have it’s time to see what new works we produced over the month
If you are on Facebook. heres the event: NGV+EFC
The Space Needle was built to withstand wind velocities of 200 mph, viagra double the requirements in the building code of 1962. An earthquake registering 6.8 on the Richter Scale jolted the Needle enough in 2001 for water to slosh out of the toilets in the restrooms.
If you didn’t already get the email, we have a bunch of prints in our online store right now.
I won’t bother showing the all to you as some have already sold out but what I will show you is the stickers pack:
We have been getting lots of request for stickers lately so if you grab some make sure you send us a pick of where they end up.
Each pack contains 10-12 assorted Everfresh Artists Stickers
So Just got back From Canberra last night. It was a huge weekend to say the least. The exhibition was 10 time more impressive than expected.
Amazing job by Jaklyn Babington and all the good people at the NGA.
Sync welcomed the crowds
I walked down one of our old stomping grounds to find that some of our old stickers are still battling the test of time.
Like women, ampoule these stickers only get better with age!!
I bumped into this installation in Flinders Station Subway’s Platform Gallery.
I had not seen anything like this since the good old sticker wars of 2003/2004.
I’ve been informed that its a collaborative project between Melbourne Artists Tom Civil and Markster.
They have apparently been collecting hand-made stickers for years and have stuck them on old street signs.
There are some absolute old-school classics from some of Melbourne’s best…