Video: Perth Airport – Kyle Hughes-Odgers

Kyle Hughes-Odgers recently completed his largest public artwork to date at the Perth Airport. The completed work spans 9 walls (80m x 6m total) and is located between the Perth International Airport and the T2 complex. The below film and images document the process from start to finish across a total of 22 days.

Kyle Hughes Odgers – A Thousand Lights (Perth Airport) from Peacock Visuals on Vimeo.

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3D and LED lighting transforms the artwork at night.
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Opening: James Jirat Patradoon – Hydra

Sydney based illustrator James Jirat Patradoon‘s new exhibition opens this week, featuring a series of large scale graphite works on paper aiming to channel the manic energy of the way we experience imagery online. Some incredible images below of these works in progress from the past few weeks. You’ll see these finished and in all their glory at the opening.

‘Hydra’ opens Thursday 28th of August at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Melbourne before moving up to Sydney next month.






Outdoors: Shida in Brisbane

Job done, nothing is stopping this guy of late! Mik Shida, making the most of his last couple of weeks in Australia before another European stint has just completed this incredible tunnel installation in Brisbane’s CBD. If you’re up that way, his solo exhibition Mythographies is still on show at the Brisbane Powerhouse until September 8. 






Photos: Cruel Summer group show at Jonathan Levine – New York

The benefits of having one of our team members now living overseas is that we can bring you some unique overseas content, and what better way to start than the recent group show at Jonathan Levine gallery in New York featuring some of the world’s most notable street, graffiti and contemporary artists.

Curated by Roger Gastman, the show featured artists such as Dabs & Myla, Huskmitnavn, Revok, Rime, Cleon Peterson, Finok, Horfee, and many more. Click below for more photos.

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Cruel Summer Jonathan Levine

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Opening: “Welcome To Black Canyon” – Melbourne

The first venture from new Australian arts project Black Canyon opens in Melbourne next Friday, August 29. ‘Welcome To Black Canyon’ is set to feature large-scale print work by a strong lineup of artists from Spain, France, England, Canada, Germany and the USA (many of whom have never shown in Australia before) alongside a slew of local favourites.

Launching on the night will be the limited run risograph publication ‘Black Canyon Vision Quest 1’. A collection of bold, aggressive illustration and design, Vision Quest 1 Is Black Canyon’s statement of intent. No frills, no filler, just 16 artists making uncompromising work. Check the full lineup and a taste of the work below.

Opening night: 6-9pm, Friday 29th of August.

Conduit Arts – 53 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy.

Simon Landrein (Fr) Irkus M. Zeberio (Esp) We Buy Your Kids (Aus) French (UK) Tina Lugo (USA) Chris Yee (Aus) Jasper Dunk (UK) Caitlin Shearer (Aus) James Jirat Patradoon (Aus) Ben Constantine (Aus) Nathan Brown (Can) Maddy Young (Aus) Bene Rohlmann (Ger) Emma Wiesenekker (Aus) Jumbo (Aus) Reginald Pean (USA)


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FUZI UV TPK from RC x MD on Vimeo.

Melbourne based photographers Ryan Cookson and Michael Danischewski have teamed up to produce a new video portrait – FUZI UV TPK.

Throughout the 1990’s, French artist FUZI grew up in the suburbs of Paris on a diet of graffiti and gang culture as part of the prolific crew UV TPK. In the mid 90’s, he pioneered a childlike yet brutal style of graffiti known as ‘Ignorant Style’. In the last few years, he has transitioned from graffiti to tattooing and developed an international following. With clients such as Os Gemeos, Diplo, Justice and Scarlett Johansson, he continues to travel around the globe, making his mark and exhibiting his work.

Documented on a recent trip to Australia, FUZI gives an insight into his current working practice and an uncompromising look at his time in France during the mid 90’s.

Mik Shida wraps up at the Brisbane Powerhouse

TAMARA AND THE DEMON by SHIDAHaving toured this exhibition through Melbourne and Sydney, it’s fitting that it’s final stop is his hometown of Brisbane at the iconic Powerhouse. Mythographies is a multi-layered record of Shida’s progress as an artist, these painting and hardwood sculptural works let his imagination lead the path, creating a series of self proclaimed ‘spiritscapes’.

Mythographies, presented by Mild Manners Gallery and The Brisbane Powerhouse opens tomorrow evening, Wednesday 13th and then continues until September 8.

More details here. 

Never one to rest for long, he’s also mid way through an impressive mural covering the Creek st tunnel in Brisbane City before he jets of to Europe. Below is a picture taken this morning, still very much a work in progress, we’ll post some images of the completed wall next week.




On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of recent walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Adnate, Thomas Jackson, Numskull, Sare2, Nico, Bafcat, Jumbo, Sid Tapia, Pudl, The Yok, Atomiko, The Massive, Hules, and more. Click below for more photos. 
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