everfresh: blackbook

This is it, we can’t wait any longer. The cover has started to pop up on some book stores so we can’t hide it any more:

Illustrated with striking, candid photography, EVERFRESH: BLACKBOOK provides a rare and exclusive insight into the life of the studio, the artists behind the work and the culture of the elusive underground art world—a world usually cloaked in anonymity.

By Everfresh Studio

The Miegunyah Press


RRP $39.99

254 x 204 mm illustrated paperback

In all good bookstores September 2010


500 Hard Cover Limited Edition copies of the book. Only available at everfreshstudio.com


By Everfresh Studio $80.00 254 x 204 mm illustrated hard cover.

Only available online.
Pre-orders available from 1 July 2010.
Shipping first week of September.

Limited Edition includes:
- Hand finished cover
- Duplex printed dust jacket
- 1 Everfresh Print
- 1 Photographic print signed and numbered by Josh Robenstone (assorted photos, editions of 100)

The Miegunyah Press is the dedicated illustrated imprint of Melbourne University Publishing, known for lavishly designed and produced books at affordable prices. Previous publications include Uncommissioned Art: An A–Z of Australian Street Art, Kings Way: The Beginnings of Australian Graffiti, Melbourne 1983–93, Plastered: The Poster Art of Australian Popular Music and Surf-o-rama: Treasures of Australian Surfing.



The group known as Everfresh—artists Sync, Phibs, Reka, Rone, Wonderlust, Prizm, Meggs, Makatron and The Tooth—create works which fuse intense colour, intricate line work, iconic characters and visual narratives, using the most diverse street art and graffiti techniques. The Everfresh crew are the key players that continue to shape Melbourne’s dynamic and prolific 
street-art scene.

Everfresh Studio is an explosive hub of creation and activity, inconspicuously located in Melbourne’s inner-city suburb of Collingwood. Behind an unmarked factory door, Everfresh artists conceive, develop and collaborate to produce their now internationally renowned work for the streets, as well as fine art for exhibition in galleries and to furnish the art market’s growing appetite for street art.


PS:  you should check out what is not in the book- a collection of photos that unfortunately didn’t make the cut

Category: Book


Jun 12, 2010

7 Responses

  1. Ed says:

    Congrats boys.. looking forward to this one.

  2. digitalove says:

    oh fuk yesss! cant wait for this, and Reka’s show here on the gold coast. woooo.

  3. KOBS says:

    Shit yeah! Well worth the wait!

  4. esa says:

    dam i cant wait until September,ill have it in my hot little hands on the day of the release

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  7. Jules says:

    I have just purchased a copy of Everfresh:Blackbook, it is without a doubt the best snap shot of street art ever. The artists are brilliant. I live in the area and love that I now know more about the artists who are producing such stunning works. Keep up the great work guys.

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