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Exhibition – Ben Brown – Woolongong

Ben Brown, master illustrator (in our eyes anyways!) will be having a new solo show coming up at Gallery: 5 Crown Lane in Woolongong this week, with the opening happening this Saturday night. "Verb Syndicate are proud to present ‘Cease to Exist’ the solo exhibition from influential Sydney illustrator Ben Brown. Ben Brown is a […]

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International – Magazine Launch – King Brown #8 – NYC

For every issue of Kingbrown magazine that comes out, there is always that period of anticipation – but finally the next issue is here, and we’re gleefully rubbing our hands in anticipation of seeing all the shots and work that will be in their official launch party in NYC. "NEW YORK, NY, Klughaus Gallery is […]

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Exhibition – Cameron Brideoak & Creature Creature – No Face – Melbourne

We’ve been following Cameron Brideoak since before he moved over here to Melbourne from Adelaide recently, and since arriving he has already started showing some work. Now, he teams up with friends Creature Creature for a showing of work at the Brunswick Street Gallery, and it looks pretty cool. "Cameron Brideoake and CREATURE CREATURE Illustration […]

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Exhibition – Toggles – Binary Deception – Melbourne

Upcoming Melbourne artist Toggles will be holding his very first solo show at Nice Cat Gallery in Northcote this Friday, and we’re sure its going to be the first of many. We’ve been seeing more and more of Toggles work popping up on the streets here over the past year, and he has a pretty […]

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Exhibition – Lowlife – Melbourne

There’s been a couple of lowbrow group shows across the country lately – diverse artists banding together to show work that doesn’t follow the trends of the contemporary. Next up in this vein, is a group show from a bunch of Melbourne artists (and two from Perth!) who will be displaying their work at the […]

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Snapshots – Paperape – Melbourne

Last Friday night we helped to put on a show with a whole bunch of amazing artists, Paperápe, and we had a hell of a lot of fun! All the works were done on paper, and we wanted to imbue the walls with a little bit of each of us, and impart some of the […]

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Exhibition – Ears – False Freedoms – Soldier Rd Gallery – Sydney

This week, Ears will be presenting a whole new body of work in his next solo show, False Freedoms. "Tackling the figure, abstraction and colour play, the uniform acts as a vessel for a shift into loose figuration. The uniform represents security and the comfort zone. New steps into uncharted territory, although frightening at first,quickly, […]

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Event & Live Art – Secret Walls Melbourne #3

Two of our all time favourite Melbourne artists will be facing off this week in the third round of Secret Walls, and we couldn’t be more excited to see them go head to head! Katie Houghton-Ward and Jack Douglas are next up following Hancock vs Reliable, and Conrad Bizjak and Steve Cross, (with Hancock and […]

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Sunday Transmissions – Weekend, Grace & Next Level

Yeah, Sunday, not Thursday. I haven’t had much time to write stuff during the week this week due to other commitments, so Sundays look like my new get shit done days. First up, of course, is our slightly late run down on everything that’s been happening in the world of videos across the web. Watch […]

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Exhibition – Lisa King – Fashion Of Faces – Adelaide

Apologies for so few updates this week, between starting a new job and organising our show tomorrow night, things have been absolutely crazy – but the shows keep on rolling in, not least of which is the next solo show from Lisa King. We first saw Lisas work a year or so ago, and fell […]

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