Artillery Chapter Six Launch – Sydney

Artillery Magazine is the best Australian (maybe even the world) graffiti art magazine available. To see why, come by The Tate tomorrow night and check it out for yourself. Grab a copy before they run out…

Wednesday 27th Feb, 6pm
The Tate – 345 Glebe Pt Road, Sydney.

More info on the facebook event here and the Artillery website here.

Artillery Magazine is pleased to announce the sixth chapter in its endeavour to roll the world’s best graffiti, visual art and imagery into a high quality, section sewn publication.

The content is flawlessly put together in a well curated outfit, designed to be visually pleasing whilst maintaining a hard edge for the info heads. Coming together at 116 pages, Chapter Six boasts in-depth feature interviews with Australian and international graffiti artists;
Caib KOC (Sydney), KGB Crew (Sydney), Roger (Adelaide) and Zoer CSX (France).

The magazine also features site-specific illustrations in the Art Department by Seb Gorey (France/NYC), KC Ortiz (Chicago), Gimiks Born (Brisbane), Remio VTS (USA) and this chapter’s spotlights focus on street artist turned gallery superstar Anthony Lister (Brisbane), eclectic street photographer Jacob Doubleyou (Perth) and American all-rounder Jurne.

Artillery Chapter Six will be available to cop at the launch as well as a photo exhibition.

On The Outside with @nemans

Another week, and another round of “On The Outside” with our friend @nemans ( A weekly round up of recent walls and laneways around Sydney

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The Opening Hours
Bones and more in Marrickville

The Opening Hours
Ausie, May Lane

The Opening Hours
May Lane

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Meet me in the Middle – New work by Cat Rabbit, Noir & Seven Seas at the Tate

Some of Melbournes’ best loved creatives brought their wares to Sydney this week for a group show of new and collaborative pieces at the Tate. Cat Rabbit, Noir and Seven Seas made up the trifecta with a abundant array of paintings, prints, sculptures, wood carvings, plush toys, needlework and more. This is one of those shows that is insanely easy to photograph, but really hard to cull, hence the 40 images after the jump! The level of detailing and finishing on each piece is extraordinary, you can truly gaze for hours at the collection of works and find something new, some little hidden face or pattern or detail you didn’t see before. I can not speak highly enough of these three and their work, if you are in Sydney you really do have to come down and see it for yourself! The show runs till Sunday, gallery is open 12-6pm.

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