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“You need to take the time to watch this beautiful video of ‘Meggs’ who went up to the Endeavor Snowboards’ design office in Vancouver last month to paint some custom installations, including the largest wall mural he has ever done! Meggs offers up insights into the art scene and his inspirations… it’s really great. Enjoy!” […]
If you’re in Melbourne on Friday, you should head down to Backwoods Gallery in Collingwood. Opening night for Meggs upcoming show ‘inner Demons’ Opening Friday 19th Aug, 6-9pm UPSTAIRS (Rear side of Alley) 25 Easey ST, Collingwood
Also worth checking out this video of selected footage from Kid Zoom’s LA and NYC Shows May 2010 – Jan 2011
“When three renowned Australian street artists all independently visited the UK in June, Very Nearly Almost organised a meet up and invited us to produce a video documenting the day. Featuring Meggs, Lister and Kid Zoom.”
Brisbane based emerging artist Fintan Magee, street artist and graffiti writer. currently leading a double life and wants to leave it at that.
Sam Smith exhibition opening on the 29th of July at the Oh Really Gallery in Sydney.
Beastman will be exhibiting at Gorker Gallery from the 22nd of July onwards. See his site for more details.
One half of Dutch-based duo Birds of Lidingö is Janice, cellist from Melbourne, and performer of The Stompstone Song. The tiles, designed by Dutchman Alfons van Leggelo is primarily a children’s playground thing, but intended really for creating art in a public space.
Australian artist Anthony Lister has been busy over in Brooklyn, NY. Posted up at Lifeounge.
Something new for Perth: a couple of young Perth artists have set up their own urban marketing company. Kerbscrawl uses an environmentally friendly solution to stencil washable guerilla messages directly onto the footpath.
We spoke to Perth artist Sam Knest about what he has been up to lately, which includes exhibiting in the group art show “Give Way” on at the Mixtape Gallery in Northbridge, Perth until the 21st of February. There is a lot more nice pieces over on his website, including a piece done for Semi […]