Nice work from Lwnski. Also selling tees, posters and badges.
results for June, 2009
Melbourne based Kristy Milliken has a nice illustration style.
Hailing from Melbourne, Bronek Kozka’s love of photography stems from the age of 14, when he received an SLR cameraas a gift. Bronek went on to working in a photolab after school, studied Photography at RMIT and opened his own studio in 1998. Take a look… What have you been up to lately? It has […]
Daybreakers is written and directed by Australian brothers Michael and Peter Spierig, who previously directed a 2003 sci-fi horror film titled Undead. This was shot in Australia in late 2007 and has been in post-production since. Lionsgate is bringing Daybreakers to theaters on January 8th, 2010 next year. via firstshowing
Congratulations to Aussie expat David Racchi. He left Melbourne 7 years ago and ended up in Murcia, Spain where he created F33 with his co-founders Rodrigo Fonseca (Portugal), Joaquin Martines de Salas(Murcia) and Jose Sola (Murcia). The 3 year old studio F33 has just been prized with a Gold Lion at Cannes Lion Festival for […]
Music video for Sarah Blasko’s new song “No Turning Back”. The illustrations and animation are by Melbourne based artist Celeste Potter. via daydream lily
Semi Permanent is finally coming to Melbourne. 9/10 October 2009 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Confirmed speakers are Jeff Soto, Industrial Light and Magic, Luke Lucas, Grafik Magazine, Jasper Goodall and Three Drunk Monkeys.
If you are in Perth from June 27th, check out the Overgrowth show, featuring artists like Andrew Gordon, Beastman, Creepy, Sean Morris, Timba Smits and more. When: Saturday 27 June 2009. VIP 6PM – 7PM. Public 7PM – LATE Where: Last Chance Studio. 456 William Street, Perth, WA
Lucas Grogan tells stories. His complex drawings conflate the everyday with myth, fact with fiction, the personal with the public. A conceptual cocktail of imagery that sometimes produces a Molotov. Employing scurrilous humour Grogan focuses on the points of contention and stress in Australian society. The intricate patterning of these works offers a delicate seduction […]
Due for release July 1st 2009, “Kings Way: The Beginnings of Australian Graffiti” is the product of 9 years of work by Duro Cubrilo, Karl Stamer & Martin Harvey. The book focuses on the beginnings of graffiti in Melbourne between 83 -93. The book has been 9 years in the making. What took it so […]