My good friend HaHa just turned up as a part of his round the world trip smashing out art and investigating the alternative. If you havent already, head over to his blog here. The blog is a fictitious tale based on actual events and photographs continuing on from his comic ‘The conspiracy of HaHa’. Here are a few images from the first few days since he arrived. More to come…
The talented Kiah Roache-Turner made a trip over to Melbourne the other week to record this mammoth paste-up going up and here is the result. Massive thanks to pld for putting the sounds together and to DENSUNSHINE.com for hooking this up.
Thanks to BUZZ PRODUCTS for giving me permission to work on this wall. Some are calling it the largest Paste-up in the country which I think sounds pretty cool but am not sure at this stage if it is or not. Was a lot of fun putting it up and special thanks to my good friend Lisa for giving a helping hand. Will have a video of the day up hopefully soon for you to check out.
Photos by HEESCO
While I was over in New Zealand I did some work in the three Area 51 clothing stores, two being in Auckland and one in Wellington. Thanks heaps to the team at Area 51 for everything.
Below is a video of the installation of the High street store poster.
A new paste-up on the side of The Parlour in Preston. A great arts space you can check out there facebook page here
I just got back from Queensland where I spent another couple of weeks in Woorabinda painting around the community. This time around I got some sign writing done for the local gas station and council workshop as well as a community mural with the help of the local kids. Heading back for my final trip at the end of July before heading off to Europe finally to take my art to the world. Exciting times.
New work in progress on the Surface Pop-Up wall in Prahran.
I have a very limited edition of three of my most recent images available in my store now. You can get there by either clicking on the link on this post or clicking the link in the title bar.
All images are on 300gsm, 100% cotton rag paper and are hand signed and numbered in an edition of 8.
Yesterday a few people head down to Dean Sunshine’s wall in Brunswick (next to the Mrs Secondhand on Ann St). Make sure you head down as there is now great new works by Shida, Heesco, Jak Rapmund, Makatron and Phibs