Nice to see Adnate getting busy in Berlin:
Some of Melbourne’s SDM Crew are coming together for an exhibition:
See you there.
I was fortunate enough to meet up with the guys from VNA magazine whilst in London a few weeks ago.
They gave me a copy of issue 16, which features Invader, Chu, Dead Sea Mob, Kid Zoom, Will Barras, Trusto Corp, Matt Sewell and more… 132 pages and as dope as ever.
After San Fran I dropped into NYC:
This would be a nice colour-way for the Graff Mobile
Creepy & YOK- always cool to see some familiar faces so far from home
If you are anywhere near Perth this would be worth checking out:
Skalitzers Contemporary Art and FORM are proud to present Paradox, an exhibition by ROA.
Opening 21st October, 6pm Exhibition 22nd October, 2011 – 13th January, 2012
A modern day naturalist, famous for his large-scale depictions of animals on urban walls around the world, ROA moves between continents and cities, observing and documenting the creatures that co-inhabit the urban landscape. In his introduction to native Western Australia, ROA has explored regions of the Pilbara, immersing himself in the nature and origins of Australia, to inform the theme of his first Australian show.
“I think it is clear that humanity has decimated several animal species over the past few decades. It is also clear that people are estranged from nature and their roots… These over-enlarged animals are a celebration of the animal world. I put my image out there and people can decide how to interpret it for themselves”
(ROA, as quoted by Tristan Manco, Street Sketchbook)
FORM Gallery 357 Murray St, Perth form.net.au Skalitzers Contemporary Art skalitzers.com
OK so this is about a month late, We have had some serious web issues that wouldn’t let us upload our own images….
Anyway- where was I – San Fran was great, great city, great people, great art. Would love to get back there soon.
Thanks for the ‘Lak
30 years of bill posters
Iv’e got say a huge thanks to hugh leeman for letting me know the in’s & out’s of getting cheap prints out of Kinko’s
Reka & New 2
transient – the galeries, sydney – ambush – october 2011
Seems like The Tooth is having a good time in the states.
The next big project on the cards for the studio is OUTPOST.
Looks like a fun place to spend a week.
It’s been a long time since we got the whole crew together to paint so we’re planning something big for the occasion. I’d say it’s safe to say this might be the biggest thing to happen in terms of Street Art in Australia to date.
From what l hear this is going to be worth checking out as well.
Looking forward to taking the Graff Mobile up to Sydney town for some fun times…
One of Melbourne’s hidden gems is having a exhibition at backwoods on the 14th of October.
With a decade of stencil based street activity in Melbourne and abroad Stabs has held up to be one of Melbourne’s most infamous street artists.
Stabs holds an attention to detail that commands respect, often dedicating a solid weeks work into the cutting of a single stencil alone. This committed work ethic along with his unique characters has gained him recognition and placed him amongst Australia’s leading street artists.
Working out of Everfresh studio Stabs has developed his manic characters along with a paint and print practice that has multiple textures, diverse applications and embraces an ephemeral quality where by time and nature add to a desired street aesthetic.
Stabs continues to re-define the public facade amongst our daily travels. Also well traveled internationally and with a true appreciation and knowledge of his surroundings, Stabs is opportunistic in his street work, often capitalising on vacant shop fronts and “sneaky spots” but also in sourcing materials with a “from the streets, for the streets” mentality.
Lite works is an exploration of diverse mediums all with focus on the art of stencil making and it’s intended use of repetition. Stabs debut show aims to illustrate and inform those involved about the complexity of a simple line, it’s execution and the power of sincere emotion.
Couldn’t help but pinch this one from Aeons blog.
Follow him around the world here.
‘METHOD’ (SDM) has been living in London for a while now, but is heading back to live in Melbourne soon.
Hope to catch him around here soon, here’s what he has been up to:
$150.00 – On Sale
3 Colour screen-print > Hand finished with spray paint.
Each edition is slightly different and unique.
Hand signed and numbered.
560 x 760 mm portrait.
400 gsm Acid Free Dutch Etching Paper
2 different Hand Finishes to choose from.
- Each out of an Edition of 15.
GET IN FAST !!
On Sale >> HERE <<