Largely inspired by nature, PHIBS’ works have spawned a menagerie of signature characters and styles.
FACE/FACE will draw forward a number of his recurring characters, and express the evolving emotions and colour theories of his constant progression.
This intimate showcase will bring audiences face-to-face with the energy that fuels the creation of PHIBS’ larger gallery works and street murals.
As one of the most respected and renown names in Australian Graffiti and Street Art, we’re very excited to welcome the profoundly prolific PHIBS back to Brisbane’s streets. LAUNCH SHOWCASE: Friday 07 October, 6PM (showing until Sunday 06 November)
Mark Alsweiler / Otis Hope carey / Bart Celestino
Michael Bennett / Nadia Hernandez
Brad Eastman / Edward Woodley / Georgia Hill
Toby Jones / Thomas Jackson / Matt Rabbidge Max Berry / Elliott Routledge / Will Lynes
Nathan Pickering / Sylvès Colless / Paul McNeil
‘To be free is to have no fear’ is a mural by Nadia Hernandez, commissioned by The City of Sydney for the City Walls Sydney project, an ongoing outdoor mural project for the city’s Art & About program. Nadia’s mural is located behind Customs House in Sydney, Australia.
Mild Manners are teaming up with the iconic sustainable furniture and design store Koskela to present a special off site exhibition and window installation with NZ born, Sydney based artist Mark Alsweiler. Port of Call features a selection of new hardwood sculptures and paintings.
‘Port of Call’ by Mark Alsweiler
Where: Koskela, Sydney
Opening: Saturday 21st May, 3pm
My first round up of walls and laneways for 2016 and I’m already loving what I’m finding on the streets of Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Snarl, Sindy Sinn, Mike Watt, Apeseven, Eoin, Nico, Sid Tapia, Bones, Secret, Krispe, Gabriel Mello, Pudl, Phibs, Georgia Hill, Thomas Jackson, Teazer, Skulk, CAMO, Jieskie, Jumbo, Maid, Buttons and more. Click below for more photos. @nemans, I Love the Inner West, www.innerwestlifestyle.com.au
The Good Lord‘s monthly paint jam is back once again, this month with a killer lineup of graffiti legends and music curated by the team at Big Village! Unique IBS is undoubtedly one of Sydney’s most reknown graffiti writers and has contributed alot to the scene both via his graffiti and hip hop, and Swaze SFX is a long time name in Sydney who’s style and technical ability is second to none. Get down this Sunday 14th February to The Lord Gladstone to see these guys plus more surprise guests paint all afternoon from 2pm!
Marcus Dixon’s work is the perfect blend of classic Australian iconography and contemporary skate/street culture. It breaks down the wall that separates the regional and the metropolitan. Marcus speaks the language of both; he’s cosmopolitan.
Fifteen years ago, at the height of Australia’s obsession with American streetwear, the only crocodile you’d see on a skateboarder’s outfit would have been on a Lacoste polo shirt.
Marcus is at the forefront of the new guard; A wave of young Australian artists and designers that have reclaimed Australiana for the next generation.
This, his second solo show, is based around a new series of large format illustrations, screen print editions and modern memorabilia.
‘Spitting in the Urinal’ by Marcus Dixon
Where: Good Space, Sydney
Opening: Wednesday 10th February
aMBUSH Gallery & Central Park Mall proudly present DEB 2016 CALENDAR RELEASE & EXHIBITION. Launching on Monday 14 December at aMBUSH Event Space, Level 3, Central Park.
“What do you get when Australia’s foxiest and most talented street artist makes a calendar? …365 days of Deb, Deb, Deb!” – Mike Giant
San Francisco based artist Deb’s 2016 Calendar has already had 4 successful opening events in the US. The touring exhibition now makes its way to Sydney for a one night only event where you can see the original art, get your hands on a signed calendar for $25, meet the artist, and enter into the draw to win an original work of art by the queen of pulp herself, Deb.
The work inside the calendar features the art of Deb, which was hand-painted onto 12 different, fun pin-up photographs (featuring the artist), taken by acclaimed photographer Nicole Reed, and art directed by T-World’s Eddie Zammit.
‘Calendar Release & Exhibition’ by DEB
Where: Ambush Gallery, Sydney
Opening: Monday 14th December
Here’s the latest round up of walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Ears, Peque vrs, The Massive, Lister, Nico, Ox King, Numskull, Set, Mr Snail, Mike Watt, Lister, Monstery, Mulga, Denial, Fintan Magee, Phibs, Zap and more. Click below for more photos. @nemans, I Love the Inner West, www.innerwestlifestyle.com.au