Ben Brown




Ben Brown set his roots in the 90’s punk, skate, surf, scene doing nilistic anti-established artwork for a number of Iconic bands. Continuing on to produce illustration and posters for festivals. As well as pumping out the odd illustration for companies like Insight, Mambo, Globe, O’Neill, Rip Curl, Ocean & Earth, Nice produce and Supply.

“The rendering of death and destruction holds no real symbolic meaning for me. It’s about the silliness of the situation or image.” Ben Brown, 2009

He is having a solo exhibition at the National Grid Gallery Titled “Kill Your Idols” Opening night is the 23rd October and runs till the 19th November.

Read a great article about Ben Brown HERE and see more of his work  HERE

Mark Alsweiler


The man they call “Alsweiler” has had a heap of successful shows one of which i saw last year at China Heights gallery. With his fun, playful darkish style, Mark is an all round great guy and is currently lurking around New Zealand somewhere skating and painting.

posted by Stuart