Good to see you, mate!
Last week we painted a nice wall in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles with two good friends Jersey Joe Rime and Greg Craola Simkins!!
Was alot of fun to paint!…No letters..Just a big mash of characters!
Heres some of the action!
We’ve managed to keep this pretty quiet – now it’s finally ready.
STREET/STUDIO By Alison Young, Ghostpatrol, Miso & Timba Smits
Featuring work by Niels Oeltjen / Tom Civil / Tai Snaith / Ghostpatrol /
Ash Keating / Al Stark / Miso / Twoone / Mic Porter and the Everfresh Crew
“Through a series of intimate conversations, Street/Studio offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how street art has entered the mainstream and become one of the most collectable new art forms. It offers an unparalleled insight into the work of ten of Australiaís most influential, dynamic and creative artists living in Melbourne.”
Join us for the official launch of Street/Studio
4th of June at 7pm, No Vacancy Project Space, Federation Square Atrium, Melbourne
This will be the first chance to get your hands on this book and have it signed by the artists and authors. A handful of original Ghostpatrol watercolours have been randomly inserted into 10 of the books available on the opening night.
If you can’t make the opening night keep an eye out for:
6 June ::: Sunday 2pm :::
Screening of Exit through the Gift Shop
the new Bansky film at ACMI and panel with Miso and Alison Young, followed by book signing at 5pm
12 June ::: Saturday 1pm :::
Book signing with Miso, Ghostpatrol and Alison Young
Outre Gallery, 249 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
15 June ::: Tuesday 6.30pm :::
Book signing with Alison Young, Miso, Ghostpatrol, Niels and Meggs
KR did a show at The Base. Thanks to FTC Tokyo for the images.
See you next week Tetsuji.
Beastman (Brad Eastman) is an artist, designer and photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Using acrylic, ink and aerosol he produces intricately detailed artworks depicting a geometric, parallel world of scaly skinned, bold outlined, beast-like characters gripped by fear, anger, stress, jealousy, lust, confusion and paranoia. Years of skateboarding has strongly influenced Beastman's characters, concepts and unique style, developed over many years of drawing in sketchbooks and shooting photos. Heraldry, symmetry, patterns, geometry, family, friendship, nature, the ocean, violence, spirits and the afterlife are all themes which are becoming more and more evident in his artwork.