Last Friday night we headed down to Revolver Upstairs to check out the latest Seasons Of Change exhibition featuring Putos & Silk Roy. There was some fantastic fkn work on show, which you can check out in the pics below!
Artwork & Event Photos
Dean Sunshine hits us once more with his Top 10 of the month, this time roaming around Melbourne to see what he thinks is best for February 2014.
We always love Deans Top 10s, their grand photos, they only just scracth the surface of what happens here in Melbourne every month, but their a great indicator of all the amazing shit that happens – check it out below!
We’re a little late getting these pics up, but better late than never! David Russell got down to Just Another Project Space the other week to check out the rad show from Unwell Bunny – Brand Spanking.
Was a great traverse through all of the mans work since he returned from a world wide trip last year, some great pics here of some great art, check it out below!
Singapore is known for is extremely clean aesthetic, unknown to many is the hidden street art and graffiti world in Haji Lane , The Blackbook Studio and the Aliwal Arts Centre walls. These three places are located less than five minutes away from each other. The Blackbook Studio is run by the guys from the Zinc Nite Crew (ZNC), where they market their local brand of paints ZenithCans and their clothing line Vandal Heart Apparel.
Upon my arrival into Singapore I explored this place and shot some photographs for the world to see, what the Singaporean street art and graffiti scene has to offer. This is just a sneak peak of what is upcoming in this tiny island nation.
Here’s what I get up to in one month, it’s some thing I am very passionate about; and I’m only to happy to share my experiences with you all.
The month started with an epic piece in Fitzroy by Adnate and Two One, producing a sick three storey mural, it was great see the guys work together. I’m a big a fan of both their work. A big shout out to Two One who just got married and is leaving our shores to explore the world – all the best man!!
I also got down to Backwoods Gallery to check out “Existential Vacuum”, by Jonathan Guthmann who was also doing a live paint. It was great to see the way he composed his pieces using many techniques, from airbrush to pen inks and graphite resulting in some awesome works of art.
Luke and myself also got the chance to catch up with Ink & Clog from Indonesia, who painted both Hosier Lane and Artists lane on a 42 degree day. Ink & Clog both thoroughly enjoyed their Melburn experience and were such an awesome couple.
Dabs & Myla, were both in town for Christmas refreshing some of their older pieces with SDM, around Fitzroy and Richmond.
To round off the month the epic “PULL UP’ party at Juddy Roller. Shaun Hossack and the crew never disappoint, with this sold out event not even 42 degrees could keep them away, with spray bottle’s in hand we partied well in to the morning, yes even me..
See you next month guys.
The event was a great success, enjoyed by thousands of visitors to the lane over the 6 days. All Your Walls featured work by over 120 individuals artists and 11 different crews.
David Russell and Luke had a chance to catch up with Singaporean artists InkTen and ClogTwo whilst they were visiting over the weekend, and during their time down in the ‘burn this fantastic pair managed to paint not one, but two laneways in the space of a one hot Melbourne summers day.
not only did they lay down a great piece in Hosier lane, but they also managed to get down to our Artists Lane space in Windsor where we held last years Aerosol Alley gig to do up a spot, which will be the first painting session for the upcoming AA2 painting jam (more on that later this month!).
Was great to see these guys down here, any time they managed to get a visit in they always bring the goods – heres to next time, dudes!
This was definitely one of the best shows I have seen in a while, we’ll done Backwoods!
Last Friday night saw the opening of “Art Is Rubbish”, the latest solo show, and his first solo show in Malaysia, by Ernest Zacharevic in Georgetown.
I would have loved to have seen this show – looks absolutely brilliant, and just more of what we’ve come to expect from this talented artist. See a bunch of photos from Zachs fb page (by Allisamazing), as well as a great video from Ownlypenang below.
You can see a whole crapload more photos from the show over at Zachs facebook page.
These two are a perfect match – each has a unique style, but they just seem to work when up on the same wall. Nicely done, lads!
Check out all the photos below, courtesy of David Russell!