Tokyo’s Jun Inoue has setup camp at Backwoods to work on his latest show, launching next week, 6th May.
If you can’t make it to Carbon you can still pick up one of these tee’s from us, this is the only other place you’ll be able to get one.
These will not be available in any stores and the numbers are going to be limited. So either get along to Carbon or order one through us here.
Proceeds from the tee will be spent on paint and beer by us.
-The image is taken from Reka’s section of the ‘Everfresh:Blackbook’
*NOTE: ORDERS WILL NOT BE SHIPPED UNTIL MAY*
This was fun.
This is “Tea-Bot”, my contribution to the This Little Teapot Exhibition curated by the fab Rebecca Murphy. Opening tomorrow night at Sydney’s Paper Plane Gallery. More pics over here and see below for the fantastic line up of artists, show deets etc…
Fifty fist-sized teapots have met their fate at the skilled hands of a select group of established and emerging artists. With the fabulously diverse line-up consisting of painters, print makers, photographers, graphic designers, typographers, digital, textile, and street artists, there’s sure to be eye candy to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Bec Winnel, Burntfeather, Jessica Klingelfuss, Nicole Tattersall, Aramas Ridge, Sam Octigan, C…aitlin Shearer, Alex Louisa, TEZ, Jessica Singh, Emma Kidd, Rebecca Murphy, Kaitlin Beckett, Gimiks Born, Caitlin Rigby, Ellen Stapleton, Jordan Clarke, Flossy P, Mz Katii, The Bold Italics, Kat White, Tabitha Emma, Ben Zen, Qwux, I & The Others, Tony Curran, Tiger, Eirian Chapman, Lizzie Hall, Michelle Dawson, Andros, Gloz, Ian Mutch, Bronek Kozka, Sarah Holmes, Laura Carey, Jacque Prior, Kirbee Lawler, OKAY, Hannah Fenton, Kirst Ohh, Anna Mae Marquez, Yasemin Sabuncu, A.West, Beth Josey, Matthew Roland Bannister, and a few more super secret surprise artists – all fabulous Australian talents!
Everyone is welcome to attend the exhibition opening night on April 13th, 6-8pm, at Paper Plane Gallery in Rozelle, Sydney. There will be free refreshments including beers, delicious hot and cold teas, and nibbles etc served throughout the evening.
These tempting teapots will be on show until May 1st.
Proudly supported by T2, Curvy, and Paper Plane Gallery.
Malaysian born Illustrator/Artist Drewfunk now resides in Melbourne after deciding to quit his full-time job as a designer to live his passion. He draws his inspirations from the city streets whilst staying true to his oriental heritage and has been known to have an aerosol addiction.