Open Studio

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Everfresh Open Studio 2016

We would like to invite you to our Open Studio on December 3rd, 2016. 12-5pm

Each year we open our doors to Collingwood and let everyone in to meet the artists and to buy new & old works. Get in early to pick up some amazing works that have been hidden at the back of the studio draws.

The studio can only handle about 50 people at a time so we will have a one in one out policy.

Please come visit us on Saturday, December 3rd between 12 noon and 5pm.
You can meet the artists, buy something unique or just take a few photos.

Everfresh Studio
1-5 Perry St,
Collingwood
Victoria,
Australia

Underbelly Miami

You may remember the underbelly project (see here) well now there is going to be a book launch and an exhibition in Miami to go along with it.

Meggs & I are homered to be in this line up:

The full line-up of artists include: Faile, see Dabs & Myla, sovaldi TrustoCorp, health Aiko, Rone, Revok, Ron English, Jeff Soto, Mark Jenkins, Anthony Lister, Logan Hicks, Lucy McLauchlan, M-City, Kid Zoom, Haze, Saber, Meggs, Jim & Tina Darling, The London Police, Sheone, Skewville, Jeff Stark, Jordan Seiler, Jason Eppink and I AM, Dan Witz, Specter, Ripo, MoMo, Remi/Rough, Stormie Mills, Swoon, Know Hope, Skullphone, L’Atlas, Roa, Surge, Gaia, Michael De Feo, Joe Iurato, Love Me, Adam 5100, and Chris Stain.

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Presents


THE UNDERBELLY SHOW
Private View 30th November or by appointment
General Opening 2nd December 8-10 pm
Open to the public 2nd December – 5th December
South Beach Miami

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6 November- After a full year underground, The Underbelly Project is resurfacing this December in Miami during Art Basel

Fashioned to simulate the rawness of the abandoned station four stories beneath the bustle of New York City, the exhibit will attempt to capture the experience of artists’ that were invited leave their creative mark four stories beneath the city streets. The show will feature video footage of artists at work, still documentation, as well as recorded sounds heard in the tunnel.

Exclusively at The Underbelly Show, the unreleased We Own the Night: The Art of The Underbelly Project book, will be available as a limited edition collectors boxed set before the public release in February. This boxed set will include a hard cover book along with 9 unreleased photos packaged in a hand crafted oak box engraved with the names of each artist that contributed to the project. Before the general viewing there will also be a book signing featuring many of the aforementioned artists.

The gallery is located at 2200 Collins Avenue South Beach in Miami.

Young & Free

I’m pretty happy to be announcing this show that i’m part of, that will be held in San-Fran in about a month:

An all Australian line up of contemporary street artists, Lister, Kid Zoom, Dabs & Myla, Dmote, New2, Ben Frost, Meggs, ha-ha, Reka, Rone, Sofles & Vexta.

Check the site for more info

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Young & Free will be the most significant exhibition by Australian street artists ever seen in the United States. The show will feature fresh work by thirteen of Australia’s finest urban art guerrillas – from the already internationally acclaimed to the burgeoning up-and-comers.

l’inconnue de la rue – RONE – 17th June, Backwoods Galery

My recent work has been focused on two styles that I love to work with: the stencilled girls I’ve become known for and the screen-printed posters reminiscent of the designs that originally inspired me to make art. 

L’inconnue de la rue is inspired by the story of L’Inconnue de la Seine, in which the body of an unknown girl was pulled out of the Seine River in Paris. Her peaceful expression added to the mystery surrounding her death.

L’inconnue de la rue (The unknown girl of the street) is my adaption of the story, in which an unknown girl deals with the death of a loved one.

Exploring the juxtaposition between the beauty of my paste-up girls and their natural deterioration on the street led me to use layered and torn billposters as my canvas. The illegibility of the destroyed billposters signifies our inability to focus and make sense of life when faced with mortality.

Opening Friday 17th of June, 6-9 pm

Closing on the 26th of June

Gallery hours: Thur-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm

www.backwoodsgallery.com

For all enquiries please contact [email protected]

Facebook event page

RONE – l’inconnue de la rue from Everfresh Studio on Vimeo.

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Untitled Enemies

Meggs & myself are in an a print exhibition in HongKong next week- unfortunately we can’t make it there but if you can here is the details:

We are proud to present our latest limited edition print show with
featuring 25 artists from 10 countries
including 6 local artists, Jasper Wong, Innie Wong, Vicky Lau, Computerhead, Rex Koo, Ronan Leung

Please join us for our opening party on Oct 21st 6-9pm
With the purchase of each artist print, we will provide a special edition large tote bag for easy transport.
Use the bag again for your own creations.

Meggs (Australia), Rone (Australia), Mathias Malling Mortensen
(Denmark), Michael Rytz (Denmark), Miss Lotion (Denmark), Arnaud Pagés
(France), Charles Glaubitz (Mexico), Foi Jurado (Mexico) Jasper Wong (Hong Kong),
Nam Leung (Hong Kong), Rex Koo (Hong Kong), Computerhead (Hong Kong),
Vicky Lau (Hong Kong), Innie Wong (Hong Kong), Dem (Italy), Geometric Bang
(Italy), Zosen (Spain/Argentina), Alex Purdy (US), Ryan De La Hoz (US),
Doodles (US), Maya Hayuk (US), Timothy Karpinski (US), Ben Allen (UK),
Nicolas Ruston (UK), Pure Evil (UK)

Meggs (Australia), Rone (Australia), Mathias Malling Mortensen
(Denmark), Michael Rytz (Denmark), Miss Lotion (Denmark), Arnaud Pagés
(France), Charles Glaubitz (Mexico), Foi Jurado (Mexico) Jasper Wong (Hong Kong),
Nam Leung (Hong Kong), Rex Koo (Hong Kong), Computerhead (Hong Kong),
Vicky Lau (Hong Kong), Innie Wong (Hong Kong), Dem (Italy), Geometric Bang
(Italy), Zosen (Spain/Argentina), Alex Purdy (US), Ryan De La Hoz (US),
Doodles (US), Maya Hayuk (US), Timothy Karpinski (US), Ben Allen (UK),
Nicolas Ruston (UK), Pure Evil (UK)

apostrophe gallery invite visitors to G.O.D. Peak.
Located on the 2nd level of Peak Galleria. ‘Untitled Enemies’ is a limited edition print show
curated by May Wong and will showcase Hong Kong and International renowned street artists,
illustrators and graphic designers.
Douglas Young, the founder of G.O.D. (Goods of Desire) continues his efforts of promoting
young talented artists and designers. He will lend his store as a platform to showcase these
inspiration artworks to the Hong Kong communities.
‘Untitled Enemies’ is more than the literal concept of hatred and fear of an actual or
imagined adversary. Indefinable and intangible, the enemy within is opposed and constrained
by the irrepressible forces of creative expression. See unleashed, for the first time in Hong
Kong, an expressive global collection of limited edition prints by a cross section of cutting-edge emerging artists.

check us out on facebook http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=80139605080&ref=ts

apostrophe gallery invite visitors to G.O.D. Peak.
Located on the 2nd level of Peak Galleria. ‘Untitled Enemies’ is a limited edition print show
curated by May Wong and will showcase Hong Kong and International renowned street artists,
illustrators and graphic designers.
Douglas Young, the founder of G.O.D. (Goods of Desire) continues his efforts of promoting
young talented artists and designers. He will lend his store as a platform to showcase these
inspiration artworks to the Hong Kong communities.
‘Untitled Enemies’ is more than the literal concept of hatred and fear of an actual or
imagined adversary. Indefinable and intangible, the enemy within is opposed and constrained
by the irrepressible forces of creative expression. See unleashed, for the first time in Hong
Kong, an expressive global collection of limited edition prints by a cross section of cutting-edge emerging artists.

check us out on facebook http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=80139605080&ref=ts


Tokyo

So I went back to Tokyo in September, cialis put up a few posters…
Found something interesting on the street…(see here)

had some amazing sushi…

Meet some great people and hooked up a tee shirt collaboration with Suspereal

Big thanks must go out to Mhak for introducing me to so many people. If all goes to plan he will be in Australia by next Feb.