results for November, 2009


“Sleevage is a blog all about music cover art. From the LP’s of the 60’s to the digital artworks of now. We’ll post the best or most interesting covers everyday (well every week) in an effort to become the world’s best resource for great music artwork.” Sleevage is another blog by Soap Creative a digital […]

» moreNov 29 09, 22:32

»Ralph Heimans Commissioned Paintings

“Born in Sydney in 1970 Ralph Heimans studied Fine Arts and Pure Mathematics at the University of Sydney and later at the Julian Ashton Art School. Now based in London, Ralph’s recent commissions included a portrait of Australian ex-Prime Minister Paul Keating, drawings for Dame Elisabeth Murdoch and a string of major works for prominent […]

» moreNov 29 09, 15:14

»Neu Tees from Neu Creative

Neu Creative is the graphic design platform for Yarron Frauenfelder, a Brisbane designer keen to create fresh, contemporary and inspiring designs. Neu is now home to its own collection of T-shirts and prints from the imagination of the designer, melding a love of shape and form with a fascination for contemporary pop culture.

» moreNov 29 09, 00:41

»RipeType Typography

Type foundry RipeType was set up by Cameron Sweeney in May 09, and already has a great collection of fonts. Pictured is the free font “Pronounce”.

» moreNov 28 09, 16:34


FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY on Thursday, December 3, ten of Sydney’s  up and coming artists will be taking over the hotel rooms of the iconic Darlo Bar. Kicking out the beds and turning the rooms into an innovative, seven room gallery and performance art space, the artists will bring their visions to life within the […]

» moreNov 27 09, 16:13

»THE FINDERS KEEPERS – Sydney Featured Artists Announced

“FK have joined forces with Happenstance Magazine to bring you an all new line up of featured artists at the upcoming Sydney Spring/Summer markets event happening next weekend. In 2 new areas in CarriageWorks we’ll present to you the following work of emerging Sydney artists. Original work and prints will be on sale over the […]

» moreNov 27 09, 15:59

»Hello World: Portfolio of Helen Mycroft

Helen Mycroft is a 23 year old graphic designer/illustrator from Sydney. She has recently updated her portfolio site and is looking for work placements in either Sydney or Melbourne.

» moreNov 26 09, 15:28

»CORNERS: The Billboard Project

This is an art/architecture which just took place in Sydney. It’s a collaboration between 5 established Australian architects who used public billboards to encourage commuters to question the nature of the built environment around them. Positioned at the gateway into the city (from the airport, and suburbs in the south), the billboards offered no context […]

» moreNov 24 09, 19:31

»Do Project

The Do Project is an online community of experimental THINKers and DOers. We are comprised of designers, illustrators, photographers, filmmakers and more. At the beginning of each week a single word is selected by our Theme Generator 5000, to which participants must creatively interpret and submit to the Do Team before midnight of the following […]

» moreNov 24 09, 15:25

»Fantasy Squad – Part Deuce – A Night To Movember

Fantasy Squad is an art showcase / party based on the NSW Central Coast. Featured artists for this quarters show include Phil Harkness, Shannon Graham, Oxen, Brent Smith, Luke Shadbolt, Tez, Lucie Ferguson, Riley Blakeway, Chad Waldron, Dave Undead, Nick McArthur as well as a host of local Central Coast artists. Come party on friday […]

» moreNov 24 09, 15:22

»Lucia A Fischer Photography

From Lucia Fischer: “My Online Portfolio: Topographical narratives that focus on open spaces and urban landscapes. Combining traditional analogue and modern digital techniques to create raw and emotional depictions of city streetscapes. I like to find beauty in the colour and textures of the pockets in the concrete jungle others prefer to forget.”

» moreNov 24 09, 15:13

»Jaime Ibarra

Great photos from Spanish born Photographer Jaime Ibarra. “I was originally built in Spain, but I grew up in Australia: it’s complicated, but it does explain the funny accent.”

» moreNov 22 09, 21:19