Without a doubt, Melbourne street art would not be what it is without the talented Drewfunks work adorning our walls.
Over the past ten years, Drew has produced a massive body of work – both on the walls, and in the gallery. His style is instantly recognisable, his fusion of Western and Asian culture pervading its presence. Now, Drew is taking that work and placing it into a book for all to enjoy – and its a must have for anyone interested in both Drews work, and Australian art in general.
“Drewfunk & No Vacancy Gallery QV are proud to present the launch of Oriental Funk, the debut self publication by Drewfunk.
Oriental Funk follows the creative evolution of Drewfunk and his work over a ten year period from 2002-2012, documenting his work from the streets to the studio and everything in between.
Join us on Friday 18 January from 6pm – 9pm for the official book launch and signing, as well as an exhibition of new and old works.”
Amongst the show, will be an installations, and whole heap of news work, as well as hidden gems from Drews archive showing a snapshot of his works progress over the past decade.
Seriously can’t wait for this one, its going to be epically good – and can’t wait to get our hands on the book!!
What: Oriental Funk Book Launch & Exhibition
Where: No Vacancy Gallery QV, 34–40 Jane Bell Ln, Melbourne
When: Shoe opens Friday 18th January, from 6pm til 9pm and runs til January 27th