Photos: ‘It’s All Around You’ by Beastman at Deus Temple of Enthusiasm, Bali

After relocating to Canggu, Bali in June of this year, Beastman (Bradley Eastman) created a series of new paintings. The new colourful and geometric works were heavily inspired by his new surroundings – the landscape, people, industry, customs and cultures. He was invited to exhibit the paintings at the Deus Temple of Enthusiasm in Canggu in September, here are some photos of the exhibition and paintings.


‘KAJA’ – Acrylic & Ink on mounted plywood – 120cm x 120cm

‘ENHANCE (MENINGKATKAN)’ – Acrylic & Ink on mounted plywood – 50cm x 50cm


‘BALANCE (KESEIMBANGAN)’ – Aerosol on leather framed rattan – 2m x 2m

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Opening: Beastman ‘It’s All Around You’ at Deus Temple of Enthusiasm – Bali

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IT’S ALL AROUND YOU (Itulah Semuanya Sekeliling Anda)

An exhibition of new paintings by Beastman

After relocating to Canggu from Sydney, this exhibition is the artist’s own reflection of the surrounding landscape, people, industry, customs and cultures. As part of an ongoing body of artwork, these colourful, geometric paintings further expand the artist’s distinctive visual language and design aesthetic, whilst exploring ideas and themes of potential futures, abstract landscapes, growth patterns, balance, new lifeforms and human interaction with the elements of nature.

Opening – Friday 25th September 2015 at 7pm
Deus Temple of Enthusiasm – Jalan Batu Mejan No.8, Canggu, Bali

To request a catalogue of available works please email

Festival: ALL FRESCO – K Road Street Art Festival

Ross Liew and his team show us again, why New Zealand is ahead of the game, but still un-noticed by alot of Australians. All Fres Co is a 3 day art event taking place on the famous K Road, Auckland.

Featuring some of our favourite NZ based artists BMD, Erin Forsyth, Deus, Dagar, Wert 159, Mica Still, HAHA, Component, Cinzah Seek, Ghstie and Jonny4Higher

Karangahape Road is a long time home to art and cultural activity that doesn’t fit the typical mainstream vernacular. It abounds with mythical figures and local legend from across multiple generations. It is an area of Auckland that is fighting to retain all that is good about grit and grime, to celebrate the eccentric and erroneous. All the while ensuring that it remains a relevant and vital creative community that is recognised for its value as a rich depository of cultural artefact and activity.

More info here.