Hit & Run at Ambush Gallery

HIT + RUN
Live Screenprinting Night
Thursday 29 April, 2010 // 6:30pm – 9pm

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Direct from LA for one night only, T-world proudly presents Hit + Run to exclusively be part of the Asahi Silver + Black exhibition at aMBUSH Gallery.

Be fashionably early for your chance to see Hit + Run produce one of 300 seriously limited edition T-shirts by some of the finest artists in the world.

You choose the artist, you choose the design placement. It’s your T-shirt. Strictly limited to the first 300 people (one tee per person).

Hit + Run was created in 2005 by Southern California artists Brandy Flower and Mike Crivelo. A product of their contagious enthusiasm they has seen from small silkscreen parties in their homes, Hit + Run’s live T-shirt screenprinting events quickly grew, now hosted at festivals, premiers, workshops, clubs and a variety of happenings across the world, which now includes Sydney.

Tee prints exclusively created by artists SHE ONE, KOFIE, RYO ONO, CRYPTIC, TOSHIKAZU and Hit + Run Crew.

WHAT Hit + Run Live Screenprinting Night
WHEN Thursday 29 April 2010, 6:30pm – 9pm
WHERE aMBUSH Gallery, 4A James Street, Waterloo Sydney

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Lyrics and Type: Verse 2

The second verse of the Lyrics and Type exhibition opened in London recently and there were a couple of talented Aussies in the mix (Timba, Numskull, Nate Holmes Trapnell). Check out the opening night photos here, and purchase a print here at Wooden Toy here. The prints are crazy good quality, 3 colour hand pulled screenprints, editions of 30 and ONLY $80!!!

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TIMBA

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NATE TRAPNELL

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Preview: Max Berry

When I think of Max Berry, I visualize his super tight black and white characters high up on street posts and electrical boxes. If you know what i’m talking about, take those characters and give them a high dosage of colour and life and you’ve got Max’s new body of work for his upcoming show “A search for ground in higher places”. This is some of the most inspiring and interesting work to come out of Sydney to date. No bullshit, we love it.

Here’s a peek at some of the pieces for Max’s show at Oh Really, opening Thursday 29th of April.

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Max Berry

Max Berry

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