We dropped by Ozzie Wright’s studio earlier this week to see what he’ll be showing in his upcoming exhibition, Do Yoga, Throw Bricks at Cops at MMPG in Sydney.
Stanley Donwood is the artist responsible for every Radiohead album cover you’ve ever laid your eyes on, from OK Computer to In Rainbows, and all those explosions of type and colour in between. He took some time out from installing his upcoming retrospective in Sydney to tell the stories behind the covers, and what it’s like to work with a band like Radiohead.
Today is National Learn to Swim Day. Todd Francis has drawn us a picture, and Crombie has penned an anecdote to accompany. Jump in the deep end and fend for yourselves.
It was a good thing, this Melbourne Art Book Fair. It had the right mix of serious people and funny people, old and young, arty and not so arty. Get your full recap here.
Thursday in Sydney, Mark Whalen’s new exhibition, Improper Fraction, opens at Chalk Horse Gallery. Get ready to step inside the colorfully geometric yet abstract mind of Mr. Mark Whalen.
Evan Hecox talks about his new body of work in his solo exhibition, titled Far, at the Joshua Liner Gallery. We spoke with Evan about his new work, the importance of travel, and why the places he paints mean so much to him.
The CONS Project Perth put on the best Zine Making & Printing workshop in town over the weekend, led by all-round legend Andrew Peters.
Wow. I just found your new favorite typographer. Artist Seb Lester makes free hand lettering look so easy.
We feature French graphic designer Alex W Dujet in issue #46 of Monster Children. His work is incredible – and we want you to own it. So, we’re giving away 10 packs of 10 of his posters, thanks to Ezekiel.
Nick Thomm is an artist from Melbourne who recently collaborated on some skate decks with Globe. We visited Nick, and he was kind enough to show us around his studio.
Today we present to you the first illustration in our new Holiday series with artist Todd Francis. Each month, we’ll highlight one weird holiday you didn’t know was a holiday, and today is International Save the Elephants Day.
Strange Plants II is the second book in a series that celebrates plants in contemporary art, and features works by 30 artists.
We visited legendary skateboarder and landscape artist Brian Lotti in his LA studio to talk about innovation in both his skate and painting style, and the similarities in his creative process as both a skater and artist. Watch the video here.
Recently we packed our editor, Big Crom, off to Smith Street Tattoo Parlour in Brooklyn and had Bert Krak do what he does best. He tattooed a big bosomed Hawaiian woman on Big Crom’s forearm and we got it all on camera.
We caught up with artist Jesse Dolman to get a little insight into the show FEED, which opens Friday 27th March at the Byron School of Arts Project Space in Mullumbimby. We found out his mum thinks he’s weird.
SXSW. Sick of seeing these four letters yet? I fucking am. But this video is a twist on the usual content of the four lettered festival that shall not be named. Instead of blogging about shows, why not sketch them?
Jonny Alexander is a painter who calls the beach his studio. We hit the sand with him for an afternoon booze break to hear more about his pattern making techniques and life mantras.
What’s it like to hit the road alone? Photographer Laura Austin shares her reflections on her solo excursions, where the only company she seeks is through a lens.
He’s a painter, a photographer, a sculptor, a filmmaker, and now he’s a world-renowned playlist compiler. He is Thomas Campbell, and he wants to learn you some good music.
Cole unveiled his Six Girls, Six Cities exhibition at Picture Farm Gallery in NY over the weekend, and today launched the book which will now permanently house the series. Take a peek here.