Looking for ways to spend those balmy February nights? Why not support your local artists and check out these awesome exhibitions.
For the folk in Sydney, the much anticipated ‘This Little Piggy’ exhibition will be opening at the
China Heights Gallery on the 12th February.
25 porcelain piggy banks have met their fate at the skilled hands of this select group of established and emerging artists.
OPENING NIGHT: Friday 12th February 6pm, China Heights Gallery, Level 3, 16-28 Foster St, Surry Hills, Sydney.
More details on the
website or Facebook event.
And if your in Melbourne, why not check out the duo show at
No Vacancy. ‘Split Personalities’, featuring emerging artists, Nicole Tattersall and Megan Dell.
OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 18 February 6pm, No Vacancy Gallery, 34-40 Jane Bell Lane, Melbourne
For more details visit the
facebook event page.
Drift away, sinking deeper and deeper… Stunning photography from Ibai Acevedo
Creaturism (Brisbane Illustrator) likes waffles and exists to create crazy illustrations of
creatures that exists somewhere in a parallel reality.
Killer illustrations mixed with amazing typography, Polish artist and designer
Gabz creates some pretty amazing work.
Spike Jonze, in collaboration with Absolute, has produced a short movie titled
I’M HERE , A story a single robot who lives a dull, solitary life until he meets a free spirited, female robot who fills his life full of goodness .
There is a beautiful offset print, picture version of the story available at
Check out this guys amazing portfolio with an amazing range of work from old school Polaroids to cinematic digital shots.
US based artist
Travis Millard. His work has been featured in many galleries around the world and in mags like King Brown and Transworld Magazine. He and his partner will be speaking at Sydney Semi-Permanent event this March. I’m pumped!
Jenkins works frenetically using paint and pencils through to screenprint and collage to create, QUOTE “techniquesto create bespoke, limited edition artworks”…… see his pages
Some awesome fresh work from
nohawk. Check it out.
Photographer and traveler of the world Sophie Van der Perre. Sophie works mostly with film, and currently resides in Melbourne, Australia. See more of her work on Flickr.