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Exhibition – Jeremyville – Public Service Announcements – Sydney

Jeremyville is one of those artists who is a story, and a brand, unto themselves. Having had a huge amount of success over the years by sharing his own fantastical world with fans from across the globe, he has recently teamed up with the team at aMBUSH Gallery and Lane Four for a display at […]

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Exhibition – Matt Adnate – Lost Culture – Melbourne

If you haven’t already seen this, then you’re doing it wrong. With one of the most highly anticipated shows on our agenda, Adnate will be opening his next solo next week at RTIST Gallery in Prahran. We’ll let the release speak for itself, because over in the other window as we type this we’re preparing […]

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Thursday Transmissions – Toys, Ts & Tigers

There have been plenty of great videos released this week, so without further ado here’s our weekly roundup of videos released across the web … Probably the funniest thing we’ve seen all month – Lush has released his new philanthropy website, Toy Vision. Check out the video, and head over to sponsor a toy today […]

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Snapshots – Secret Walls Melbourne Round #1 – Hancock vs Reliable

What a night – and what a great start to Secret Walls Melbourne! Hancock and Reliable faced off last night to an absolutely packed venue – and we had a ball. The music was pumping, and the Psyde Projects got the crowd pumping – totally loving the live hip hop lead in to the battle! […]

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Interview – Hush

With a relatively swift trajectory, Hush has fast become a significant figure amongst the new, avant-garde class of artists whose techniques are derived from a blending of street, design and traditional elements. The vast majority of Hushs work is infused with swirling, seemingly chaotic urban mark making. His style conveys a remarkable unity of modern […]

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Exhibition – The Drawing Arm Launch Party – The National Grid – Sydney

Well, this one is different. Until this week we hadn’t heard about this new initiative, but given that this is the launch party that isn’t really surprising – but we do like the concept behind it. Basically, they have a big roster of illustrators, and anyone can go to their website and order a drawing […]

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Snapshots & Review – Art Melbourne

Last Saturday, we took ourselves down to Art Melbourne – like many of you probably did, if you’re here in the ‘burn. Total artgasm. There was so much work on display, of such variety, that it was almost a little overwhelming – it was as if we’d gone to twenty, thirty, or more different shows […]

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Exhibition – Seasons of Change – Winter – Melbourne

It’s almost here, people! We’ve been to every one of the Seasons Of Change exhibitions thus far, and we have to say, the series is a total winner. Taking various graff orientated artists and displaying them for a single night at the infamous Revolver nightclub, well, it’s a stroke of genius. With The Royal Deviates […]

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Magazine Release & Give Away – Six Years Later

Last year we did an interview with Laura Chong, one of the two masterminds behind a cool and fresh new magazine, Six Years Later. At the time, they’d just been celebrating the release of issue #1 of the mag and they’d just done a call outs for submissions of artwork for their second issue, this […]

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Snapshots – Ryan McGennisken & Hollie M Kelly – Sleep & Wake @ Egg Gallery – Melbourne

Friday night before heading over to Tom Civils show Long Story, we stopped in at Egg Gallery to see Ryan McGennisken and Hollie M Kellys show, Sleep & Wake. Cutouts, illustrations, girls, strange dreamlike scenery and elements of the fantastical pervaded both artists works, and though they both have very different illustrative techniques, common elements […]

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