I’ve just returned home from a six week US tour, followed by a week in Mexico and a week exploring San Francisco and Yosemite National Park with my lovely girl Bel. I’m back. I have no idea what I will post, but it will be something!
‘Be Sweet, Deadbeat’ an exhibition of new works by Sean Morris at House of Bricks Gallery in Melbourne. More photos after the jump.
As we’re getting ready for the opening of UK artist Mr Penfold‘s debut Australian solo show, we thought we’d share a few sneaky pics of what the Cambridge based street artist will be showing.
This is a very special show for us. It will not only be the first curated solo show by The Hours, but it will also be the last show of the year at The Tate Gallery in Glebe.
Don’t miss out on tomorrow night. THIS SHOW IS ONE NIGHT ONLY!!!
The Tate Gallery, 345 Glebe Point rd, Glebe
19th December, 6pm – late.
Every December, artists from all over the world head to Miami for Art Basel. A few weeks of hustle and partying. A time for artists to try and get walls and get noticed.
This year, a handful of the Everfresh team (Rone, Phibs, Meggs, Reka and Makatron) headed over and left a serious mark on the festival. Click below for more photos.
We just watched this documentary called ‘Dregs‘. A great insight into New Zealand’s street art scene. A really great exposure of some talented people we often don’t get to see much due to the invisible divide between our two countries.
NZ has a collection of some of the best street and graffiti artists in the world. It’s time we started to recognize them…
We highly recommend grabbing a copy of the DVD while it lasts. A true collectors item. Find out more here.
Now that the we are all done for the year I thought I’d post up a a little recap of our stay at 80 Oxford St. It was good time, it was a sweaty time no doubt! Definitely our hottest spot yet.
kind of — would like to thank to Stylemology, PLAY Communications, Thomas Walk, Will Lynes, Sam Stephenson, the whole Higher Ground crew, Jack and Tommy from the Heavy Collective, Kirill, Jonzo, Brettle’s, Jay and all the artists we’ve worked with and everyone else who has helped out!
Lower-Fi went out with a bang! A group exhibition showcasing some utterly delicious sign painting skills brought to you by some of the best in the biz. The talent was broad and the executions superb thanks to Edward Woodley, Dave Frey, Chow Cracker, Roachi, Gary MSK, Gemma O’Brien, Kaone, Lance Corlett, Numskull and Will Lynes.
After four incredible shows, the pop up gallery, Lower-Fi, has now closed its doors. The second last exhibition, taking over the Little Bourke Street space, was a group show comprising four of Australia’s most exciting contemporary artists; Fintan Magee, Scott Marsh, Guido Van Helten and Sofles. Each artist completed a large scale piece, that formed one side of a cube, which consumed the majority of the space. These individually highlighted each artists’ distinctive creative energy and insanely talented styles. Smaller works adorned the walls with vibrancy and colour at every turn.