Event: No Cure Magazine Issue 12 Launch

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Brisbane is gearing up for a banger next Friday, September 09 for the launch party and official release of No Cure Magazine‘s 12th issue, High Voltage.

This issue of No Cure will be released as an exclusive, square-size edition to represent a vinyl record (which is a must have for any N/C collector).

The High-Voltage edition will be a wet-dream for any music lover. The No Cure team have selected some of the finest artists and album art designers who’ve created work for some of the world’s best musical talent.

Artists featured in the issue including Andrew Fairclough, Ken Taylor, Morning Breath, Matthew Cooper, Ben Brown, French, Glenno Smith, WBYK, Dave Homer and Palehorse.

Join the team for their launch party on Friday September 9 at The Culprit Club in Winn Lane, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane from 6pm.

RSVP and event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/318854768462157/ 

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Poster Art: Dave Homer

Photos: Black Canyon Melbourne launch

New Australian arts project Black Canyon debuted in Melbourne on Friday, with “Welcome To Black Canyon” – a poster show and zine launch. Featured artists were Simon Landrein, Irkus M. Zeberio, We Buy Your Kids, French, Tina Lugo, Chris Yee, Jasper Dunk, Caitlin Shearer, James Jirat Patradoon, Ben Constantine, Nathan Brown, Maddy Young, Bene Rohlmann, Emma Wiesenekker, Jumbo and Reginald Pean. Check out some photos from the night below. BC OH 1BC OH 2BC OH 3 Continue reading

Opening: French ‘Means to and end’ solo show at China Heights – Sydney

UK artist French is back in Sydney for his next solo show titled ‘Means the an end’ at China Heights Gallery, Surry Hills this Friday night.

Known all over the world for his black and white, heavy metal inspired illustrations AND his recently popularized clothing label Death Rites, ‘Means to an end’ will no doubt be another stunning display of why he has a worldwide cult following. More details below.

‘Means to an end’ by French
Opening: Friday 21 February
China Heights Gallery

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Opening: “Upfront” – A celebration of the culture and art behind t-shirts – Newcastle

UPFRONT is a celebration of T-shirt culture and T-shirt art for those that appreciate the difference between images that are meant to be worn and those that aren’t. The exhibition features established and emerging artists from Australia and other far reaches of the globe.

20 artists have been chosen to produce a print for the front of a T-shirt, each to be printed in a limited edition of 15 equalling 300 shirts in total. The artworks will also be available as screen prints on custom sized 330gsm Spicers paper.
The exhibition features:

Alex Lehours, Andrew Fairclough, Andy Murphy, Ben Brown, Bryan Schnelle, Callum Preston, Cameron Locklee, French, The Good Eggs, The Hungry Workshop, Jacob Rolfe, Justin Hager, James Hartley, Marcus Dixon, Michael Danischewski, Numskull, Silk Roy, Sam Octigan, Trent Evans and William Brown.

“Upfront” – A celebration of T-shirt culture and T-shirt art
Opening Night: Friday, Apr 19
Curve Gallery – 37 Watt st, Newcaslte

Nine Lives closes its doors with French.

It will be a sad day tomorrow in Brisbane when Nine Lives Gallery closes its doors in their current space. The team is taking a break from the full time gallery world and focusing on project based exhibitions. So stay tuned…

From the Nine Lives family:
“Want to take this opportunity to thank you all for the ongoing support over the last few years. We’re very happy that we’ve been able to contribute to ol’ Brisbane towns cultural landscape in some way or shape. For a long time this city’s been seen as the little sibling to its southern counterparts but we really do think that is changing. Brisbane has plenty going on and there’s a bunch of young creatives making that happen.

Come along Thursday, have a beer. We’d love to see you.”

Below is the flyer for their last show by none other than FRENCH from the UK. Get down…

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