Brett Amory and a studio visit via Juxtapose
Chistian Halford humble, talented, trained traditional and bending the rules. His web site is coming soon keep you eyes out for this man ……
SO…. theres this new mag, and its full of Art and Design and Skate and Surf, and theres no ads ‘ and like seriously, its the hottest thing we have seen this month! (Next to the limited DEUS book).
There is One hunderd pages of goodness, TJQ have gone all out with custom packaging, a sticker pack, a tear out poster, a stencil and more. The design and layout is amazing, as is the content which includes names like, Matty De Nittis, Jack Douglas, Aaron Petty, Maca and Phil, Adam Haynes, Jirat James Patradoon, Alex Schiller, Brett Hemmings,
Sirlin Wraps, Old Man Army, Pierre Lloga .
The first 200 copies sold come in a hand stenciled pack filled with goodies, check out the online store to pre order your copy
Look out for it in book stores from the 1st of October.
‘painting for malik joyeux and bernardo bertolucci (v)’ by julian schnabel, 2006 (gesso and ink on polyester)
‘unititled (x-ray)’ by julian schnabel, 2008 (ink on polyester)
Julian Schnabel, American filmmaker and artist.
Some new works from Kareem Rizk, currently on display at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco .
2700 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Co-curated by Eddie Martinez
August 14, 2010 — September 04, 2010
Our shop is currently filled with amazing artwork from our featured artist Mark Zeidler. You can buy his awesome stencils,aerosol on canvas for $65 and they come packaged in custom hand screen printed-box, which are an artwork in themselves. Not only that but you also get free postage within Australia!! We are also selling his larger screen prints on canvas for $110 So go take a peak while stocks last!
the amazing screen printed boxes!
Sam Wolfe, a talented young illustrator. Check out his portfolio.
Exo, a 23 years old, freelance illustrator and graphic designer from BA, Argentina, has created these retro awesome floppy disks. Check out more of his work on flickr.
The art of making beer is about to take on a whole new meaning in a one of a kind exhibition, the Keg Show at aMBUSH Gallery on July 1. Byron Bay’s Stone & Wood Brewery has collaborated with 12 of Australia’s leading artists to create three-dimensional works of art on kegs instead of canvases, resulting in pieces that highlight the opportunities for unusual innovation within the visual world. The artists will be painting a keg each, which will then be sold to benefit the charity of the artist’s choice.
The nominated artists have been selected from a wide range of backgrounds and individual styles, including Beci Orpin, Ben Brown, Catherine Campbell, Beastman, Numskull, Sara Hingle, Claudio Kirac, Nick Chalmers, Milly Loveknuckles, Terezka Beck, Amber B and Phibs.
As one of the owners of Stone & Wood, Ross Jurisich, explains, “There’s definitely an art to making great beer, but seeing what these artists have done with our kegs is just amazing. We’re really happy to be working with such a talented bunch of people and excited about helping a bunch of different charities at the same time.”
VENUE: aMBUSH Gallery, 4a James Street, Waterloo SYDNEY NSW
DATE/TIME: Thursday 1 July 2010 from 6pm to 9pm