So, we thought as a little surprise to add to our Semi Permanent experience, we’d host a day at The Projects in Marrickville.
That’s TOMORROW. In association with Semi Permanent and One Day Crew, tomorrow (26th May) we’ll be hosting a day of music, drinks and live painting by some of Sydney’s best. Numskull, Beastman, Jumbo, Scott Marsh, Phibs and Skount (all the way from Amsterdam) will be collaborating on the carpark wall all day from 11am. Come down, say hi and enjoy the Autmun sunshine!
Beastman & Phibs are both artists that are synonymous with each other. Both share the same birthday, both have lived together, both have a similar approach and style to their work, both have exhibited together and both have painted numerous walls together over the years.
Recently the duo teamed up again for an exhibition titled “In our nature” at Ambush Gallery in Sydney. The show was comprised of a series of the same size paintings, a large scale mural installation (coupled with sound designed by Daniel O’Toole aka Ears) and a spontaneous live painting of two cars outside the gallery during the weekend. The artwork on show was a typical glimpse into their overall bodies of work, however this time instead of completely filling the spacious gallery, only small 7 paintings were displayed by each artist.
If you missed out, you might be lucky to see the mural at the next Ambush Gallery show, which has become a permanent fixture. Click below for a full set of photos. More on Beastman here. More on Phibs here.
Tonight is the opening of “In Our Nature”. A duo show by Beastman & Phibs. Two of Sydney’s most recognized street artists.
If you’re a fan of either of these guys, we’d advise getting there early tonight. Ambush is hosting the show and no doubt it will be a full house, with artworks on view, a large scale mural and a sound installation by Ears.
Click below for full set of photos. More info here and here.
Another week, and another round of “On The Outside” with our friend @nemans (www.innerwestlifestyle.com.au). A weekly round up of recent walls and laneways around Sydney featuring the likes of Lister, Fintan Magee, Phibs, Creepy and a whole host of other artists.
Higher Ground Studio is home to some of Sydney’s most notable street, graffiti and fine artists. BEASTMAN, BENNETT, EARS, MARK ALSWEILER, MAX BERRY, NEIL THOMKINS, NUMSKULL, PHIBS, TOM FERSON.
Every year Higher Ground participates in Leichhardt councils open studio tour. Which will, this year, be a two day event. The public will get to look inside the the studios and even purchase unseen and rare work, directly from the artists.
Open 23rd & 24th March 2013
10am to 4pm both days
251 Parramatta Road, Annandale (Sydney)
More information here. For more information and images, download the press release here.
Mural festivals have become part of the norm these days, and one that sticks out for us is most definitely Pow Wow Hawaii. What better environment to hold and art festival, than the paradise that is Hawaii.
This year saw a handful of the Everfresh studio artists, including Rone, Meggs, Phibs and Wonderlust make the journey over to leave their mark. And as always, they didnt fail to impress. Check out these large scale walls below, and a process video of the Rone / Wonderlust wall.