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.
A Noosa to Sydney surf trip of sorts, presented by RVCA.
This Friday at China Heights Gallery in Sydney.
La Perla in Puerto Rico’s reclaiming its identity through skateboarding and art.
“Honey, get out of this area as quick as you can…These freaks will kill you.”
Psychedelic art by El Oso Negro at the Grifter Brewery. Don’t sneeze on the gold.
Come explore the art of a skate legend.
Fighting Fantasy and D&D meets 70’s Black Light and Space Rock at China Heights tonight funeral french.
Come buy some art and help some disadvantaged kids.
For our 50th issue, we interviewed 50 of our heroes. Cleon Peterson and his dark paintings of violent monster orgies made the cut. Watch a short piece about him here.
The next time you go to spend your hard earned money on something shit that you don’t want or need, stop and visit Creative Good instead. They have stuff you both want AND need, plus all profit goes to charity.
We sat down with legendary skateboarder and artist Natas Kaupas in his Santa Monica studio and talked about his childhood, art, and the potential of skateboarding. Watch the video here.
For our 50th issue, we interviewed 50 of our heroes. Obviously, artist Evan Hecox made the cut. Watch our video with him here.
Manuel Bueno is a Mexican artist who has released a small book of simple line drawings of Mexico City’s homeless population. Read more about him here.
It was back in 2010 that Australian artist Jae Copp exhibited a proper body of works in a gallery. He’s been hiding in that Northern NSW cave a few more years than your average Polar Bear but finally, the hiatus is over…