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Archive for June, 2010

Rammellzee R.I.P.

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

you will be remembered…


sneak peak

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


new idea i have been exploring.


Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

I think Gothic Futurism is best described as the Kabbalah of graffiti, the esoteric assignment of defensive, offensive and metaphysical elements to letters within a composition theorized by the brilliantly abstract mind and popularized by the equally charismatic spirit of one late Ramallzee. Who passed away yesterday. This is a good opportunity for everyone to read up on him and his work. Thanks Kano for introducing me to his work so many years ago.

The Wu-Tang vs The Golden Phoenix

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


Thanks to @robbarnett for this one. DOPE!

Shinichi Maruyama

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Was reminded of the the remarkably beautiful work of Shinichi Maruyama today. Shinichi was born 1968 in the Nagano Japan and currently resides in NYC.

Recreating the implied movement and use of space found in Japanese calligraphy, by freezing the movement of actual streams of water, flicked with a giant brush through high speed photography with the following results.

“No Way Back” by Ari Marcopoulos for Yves Saint Laurent

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010


Ari Marcopoulos present “No Way Back”, a short film representing the vision of Yves Saint Laurent Creative Director Stefano Pilati’s 2011 Spring/Summer collection.

The short film focuses on influential tattoo artist Mark Mahoney and his Hollywood institution, the Shamrock Social Club.

sean edward whelan

Monday, June 28th, 2010

the amazing sean whelan,
australian living in japan

miso – tattoo

Monday, June 28th, 2010

miso has been tattooing

Studio Ghibli, Ni no Kuni: The Another World.

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Studio Ghibli’s trailer for it’s debut into the realm of RPG’s, The Another World on ps3. A combination of cell shaded 3d gameplay and classic Ghibli whimsy.


King for a Day opening

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Our Damoclecean Meggs launched King for a Day, the opening show at the new Backwoods Gallery. Almost everything sold out a few short hours. Rinsed it.

Show is still up for another couple of weeks, check NICE here for the details.

Preshow Asahi always calm the nerves

hese prints on niceproduce soon

A few highlights from the collection.

‘King for a Day.’ Mixed Media on Wood. 900mm x 900mm

‘… for Death or Glory’ Mixed Media on Wood. 900mm x 900mm

‘Friends Close, Enemies Closer’ Mixed media on canvas. 1000mm x 1000mm

‘Reap what you sow’. Mixed media on canvas. 1200mm x 900mm

‘De-robed & De-throned’ Mixed media on black stained wood

‘All Hail the King’ Mixed media on canvas, 760mm x 760mm

Head into Backwoods before the 15th and check it out. The show was a sellout but there are still prints.


James Reka is a young contemporary artist and painter. With influences in pop culture, street art and illustration, Reka creates his own world of mysterious creatures that communicate though colour and movement. He has exhibited and curated numerous shows at galleries including Bus Gallery, Greenwood, China Heights, Federation Square Melbourne, Gorker, Monster Children Gallery and No Vacancy to name a few

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