Exhibition – Tic Taco – Beach Burrito Co – Bondi – Sydney

This upcoming exhibition at Beach Burrito Co looks fantastic, and I don’t even skate. Wish I was up in Sydney to check it out. The show opens on the 19th of February and runs through to the 1st of March.

From the Press release: “Beach Burrito is proud to present Tic Taco, ‘An exploration of Australian Skateboarding,’ Bringing together an eclectic group of artists with one thing in common. A skateboard. Whether its tearing a-part one of the countries best skate parks, views of the city through the eyes of a street skater, the iconic skate graphics at home on the bottom of a deck or a handmade D.I.Y. project in someone’s back yard, we’ve got it covered.

This year brings a mix bunch of artist’s and styles to the table, presenting the Australian skate culture through Illustrations, Photography, Fine Art and installations. Tic Taco at Beach Burrito is the first official event kicking off the week of festivities for the annual Vans Bowl-a-rama which brings the worlds best skateboarders to the infamous Bondi Beach, bowl.

The night kicks of at 7pm, with all works for sale and a percentage of sales going to skate aid, an organisation supporting humanitarian aid projects for children and young people worldwide through skateboarding to promote a sense of identity and purpose.
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Tic Taco Flyer

Who: Tic Taco
What: Beach Burrito Co
Where: 252 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
When: Opening 7pm Tuesday February 19th and runs until March 1st.
Check out the facebook event page here.

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Luke McManus is an IT project manager by day, and by night (and any other spare time he gets) a street art and graffiti fan, collector and photographer. Luke has been interested in street art since the explosion in Melbourne in the mid 2000s, in particular stencils and paste ups. Since then Luke has always been a keen follower Melbourne’s street art and graffiti scene and of street art worldwide. Luke’s purpose for documenting and blogging about street art and graffiti is to share with the world the amazing talent in the street art and graffiti scene in Melbourne (and sometimes from other parts of Australia).

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