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Sidewayz 2012 is proudly presented by Westsyde Connection & Balmoral Boards
Featuring artwork on recycled skateboards & snowboards from over 101 local & international artists including:
Alex Lehours, Apeseven, Bennett, Birdhat, Bridge Stehli, Caspian De Looze, Deb, Drewfunk, Kerupt, Luke Taafe, RJ Williams, Skel, Skulk, Vars, Wade Burkit and Stuart Smythe
Open night 23 August, 6:00 @ Global Gallery – Until 1 September
SEE THE FACE BOOK EVENT HERE
Posted: August 5th, 2012 under exhibitions, illustration, street, typography.
Tags: #sideway2012, Alex Lehours, Apeseven, Bennett, Birdhat, BRIDGE STEHLI, Caspian de Looze, Deb, Drewfunk, global gallery, Kerupt, Luke Taafe, RJ Williams, sidewayz 2012, Skel, Skulk, STUART SMYTHE, stuartsmythe, Vars, Wade Burkit, west side connection
On December 16th 2010 at 1000 Pound Bend Gallery, over 30 posters, featuring international artists and designers, will be on exhibition and on sale for $30 at the Melbourne Edition of HELLO. The posters will additionally be on exhibit at hellopostershow.com. The proceeds raised from the show will benefit StreetSmart Australia, an organisation supporting and strengthening smaller, grassroots community efforts helping the homeless. More info at StreetSmartAustralia.org.
To date, posters have sold to a worldwide audience raising over $3500 and we are hoping, with support of the Melbourne community, we can raise much more.
Special Thanks to Katy Robinson of CaptainRobbo.com for the prints, Spicers Paper and The Burnells
Poster Above by Barrett
Posted: December 2nd, 2010 under exhibitions, illustration, street, typography.
Tags: 1000 pound bend, Edition of, fundraiser, Hello Poster Show, Hello Poster Show Melbourne, Leisha Muraki, screen print, typography
Tez’s works are a constant play on life and social indifference. Tez Currently has pieces hanging at The National Grid gallery and some paste ups in Pastemodernisim. Check out more of his work here WWW.SKULLPUSSY.COM
Next up at the National Grid Gallery is an eclectic group exhibition featuring the creatures of some unique creatures.
With artist backgrounds steaming from tattoo, street, and the traditional. They have been invited to interpret the theme “creatures” in thier own creative voice.
Featuring :: CASPIAN DE LOOZE, LUKE MORRELL, SAM CLARK, TEZ,
CAMILLA ZAVATTARO, CLAIRE REID & APESEVEN
Opens FRIDAY 24th SEPTEMBER 6-10pm
The exhibition runs from Sept 25th-Oct 23rd
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Saturdays 12pm-3pm
Posted: September 13th, 2010 under exhibitions, illustration, street.
Tags: Apeseven, Camilla Zaravattro, Caspian de Looze, Clair reid, galery, Luke Morrel, Sam Clark, street, tattoo, Tez, the national grid
Changing Lanes presents live mural work by Sydney street artists and beyond. Ears, SMC, Max Berry, Vars and La will run head to head, can to can, bringing street art out into the open in an unforgettable union of the Oh Really and The Movement crews, as well as featuring other more nomadic street personas.
Cartoon nerd and Secret Wars Semi-Finalist Max Berry, makes black and white geometrics a parade of goofy-eyed thicks, and belching, slack-armed kids. Throw in for good measure some chickens, ghouls and mo’s and you might have some idea of what he’s getting at. It’s a style with no boundaries and endless possibilities.
Most known for his clean 2D line designs, in sticker and paste-up form, Max has fast become a big part of the inner Sydney cultural landscape. One third of the Oh Really Gallery trio, Max’s most recent solo exhibition, “A Search for Ground in Higher Places”, saw his practice successfully extended into areas such as jewellery, plush toys and instillation, plus a movement into binary-focused and painterly narrative works that touch on the surreal. Max is also currently involved with the exciting, newly launched, lo-fi collective.