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.
The process video for ‘The Giants View’ by Kyle Hughes-Odgers is now online. This landmark work was completed in June 2014 next to the Mitchell freeway in Perth and is seen by thousands of daily commuters.
The trilogy of Magic Weirdos exhibitions curated by Sean Morris came to its conclusion at Backwoods Gallery in Melbourne a couple of weeks back, with the epic “Gold Blood”. A huge crowd, amazing art and live music saw the Weirdos saga end with some great vibes. James Jirat Patradoon’s crazy painted racing jacket took centre stage, in front of a mural by Ghostpatrol and Sean Morris.
Re.Discover is a walking street art exhibition created to showcase the work of six established West Australian artists through the painting and exhibiting of exterior murals in the streets of Bunbury over four days, from 15-18 January.
The six murals will be completed by six different WA artists: Stormie Mills; Kyle Hughes-Odgers; Anya Brock; Jodee Knowles; Tim Howe and Andrew Frazer. Film maker Chad Peacock will document the project to demonstrate the positive influence of street art in Bunbury’s CBD and beyond.
Three days of painting will culminate in a group exhibition to be held at the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries (Wittenoom Street, Bunbury WA) on 18 January from 6-9pm where the public can meet the artists.
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East Editions is a new project/business by Hours family member Brad Eastman (Beastman) and his wife Kelly. Their concept and vision is to work with established and emerging artists from Australia and around the world to produce unique, limited edition artist designed products for your spaces. Blurring the line between art and homewares, they launched just last month with a range of editions including a series of hand crafted and painted coffee tables by Vans The Omega, hand screen printed quilt cover sets by Kyle Hughes-Odgers and some hand screen printed cushion covers by Webuyyourkids. The coffee tables sold out in just 3 days, and their quilt cover sets aren’t far off!
We got a heads up on what to expect from East Editions this year, and you can look forward to some amazing hand made editions by Numskull, Marty Routledge, Luke Taaffe, Jae Copp and more. So head over to their website – easteditions.com - and have a look around for more information, and be sure to follow them on Instagram (@easteditions) and Facebook to visually follow the editions being created and know when they are available.
Kyle Hughes-Odgers recently collaborated with DMG architects on a massive public art project and installation at 1006 Hay Street Perth, Australia.
Kyle was commissioned to create the artwork for a large scale stainless steel perforated screen for a newly complete 12 story building, designed and built by DMG architects. The artwork wraps the entire base of the building and into the nearby laneway. 40m in total width and 6m at the highest point – this huge project is the artist’s largest public artwork to date. Photos courtesy DMG construction.
In September 2013, Australian based creative group The Hours curated an exhibition at Above Second Gallery in Hong Kong’s Central and Western District. Titled ‘Neon Golden’, the exhibition featured new works on paper by a collective of world class contemporary, street and graffiti artists who all share a rich history of friendship and collaboration. A lot of the artists involved also travelled from all corners of the world to be in Hong Kong for the exhibition, and to paint as many walls as possible. This is what went down….
‘In the summer of 2013 we spent 3 months exploring, painting and taking photographs in New York City, London, Sheffield, Amsterdam,Berlin and Dubrovnik. This book is our visual diary.’
Artwork and photography by Kyle Hughes-Odgers and Kara Peacock.
A5. 96 page full colour Risograph print
Limited edition 200 copies.
signed and numbered.