Thomas Robinson’s new exhibition is all about keeping an eye on the streets.
The life and death of the Australian artist is finally being told.
Life after dark.
Reckon it was worth it?
A French artist projecting tribespeople into the rainforest.
The Australian born, Los Angeles based artist incorporates photography, stencil and painting to create beautiful, vibrant works of art. Come on in and have a look.
“I fucking hate talking about art.”
Pub humour from times past.
“Being called c**t by an Australian to me is like being called ‘sweetheart.’”
Some artists move you so much you wish you could live inside their paintings.
How a community of garbage collectors and calligraffiti street artist eL Seed changed each others minds.
Blurred lines inside.
The Properties of Codeine and Graphite, with Carlos Valencia.
One of Australia’s finest.
Jack Irvine is having a solo show in Surry Hills.
Ludlow Gallery in Orange NSW has it’s opening night next Friday 24th June. I’m giving you bozos a week’s notice to plan your sick day in time to get there. The gallery is on Lord’s Place (yes that’s the name of the street), out the back of the coffeeshop called Good Eddy. Orange is a couple of good country…
Here’s some incredible snaps from this years competition.
Noosa to Sydney.
Matthew Houston is an artist living in Mesa, Arizona. His illustrations are what I imagine a caveman would draw if he lived in the 21st century. See his work here.
Ah the noughties, what a wonderfully confused time they were.