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Archive for August, 2010

Meggs – LoFi Collective – Sydney

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

For those in Sydney – this friday night is the opening of my ‘Sons of Privilege’ show at the brand new Lo-Fi Collective art space in Surry Hills.
27th August, 383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst – 6pm!

The show will only run for a week and features new original works and a large wall installation piece, so come on down on friday night if you can. More details on Lo-Fi here and an exclusive preview of new work below. peace.


Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Art by Todd James.


Goes out to Jagi.

EAMO DONNELLY ‘HEALTH FOOD OF A NATION!’ Opening 2nd September 6 – 9pm Lamington Drive

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010


Opening Night Reception September 2nd 6PM – 9PM

Lamington Drive Gallery
15 – 25 Keele St, Collingwood (near corner of Smith Street)

Exhibition Runs September 3rd – October 2nd 03.8060.9745
Gallery Hours
Wednesday – Friday 11-6, Saturday 12-5


Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The last 2 weeks i have been working on a large commission artwork for a private collection. The size is a 3m x 2m stretched canvas. Im quite happy how this came out. I have never used brushes on a scale as big as this before. The piece is mixed-media (created with acrylic, pastel and aerosol). A time-lapse of the piece was also taken for an upcoming art documentary. Ill speak more about that later.
Photos courtesy of Josh Robenstone. Cheers mate.


Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Josh’s opening. Backwoods.

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Melbourne artist Drewfunk improvising a painting to the tunes of Hans DC. 3181 Thursdays, Revolver Upstairs, 09/06/2010


4ZZZ Brisbane

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Yo i just finished painting the 4ZZZ buidling in Brisbane

Here are a few pics – video coming soon…

Nawlz bite?

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Maybe it’s just be, but there are some uncanny similarities between this ZooYork T and The Nawlz Brain print.

Scott Albrecht

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Couple of preview pieces from Scott Albrecht upcoming show, SomethingMistakenForNothing in San Fran.

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

I am in a group show opening on September the 3rd.
Its at level 1, 550 swan st. Burnley. come have a drink on the opening night.


Growing up in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, Meggs’ early artistic development was influenced by the cartoons, comics & sci-Fi films of the 1980’s. Fuelling his vivid imagination and creating a passion for superheroes, fantasy characters and bold colourful graphics, such as those found on toy packaging and video covers. This soon developed into a passion for skateboarding culture, graffiti art and graphic design. Several years after completing his Bachelor of Design, Meggs became frustrated with client based design work and began exploring his personal artwork on the streets, particularly in the form of stencilling around 2003. Meggs quickly developed a recognisable style of complex stencil images and paste-ups, as well as exploring character based aerosol work with underlying themes of demons and duality. Early works such as the ‘devil kids’ and ’spew blobs’ become familiar to the back alleys and laneways of Melbourne’s CBD and surrounding suburbs. In 2004, Meggs joined forces with artists Sync, Rone, Phibs, Reka, Wondalust & Meek to become a core member of ‘Everfresh’, a unique collective of street/graffiti/studio artists who are recognised as one of Australia’s most progressive and prolific street art collectives. Sharing skills, knowledge and passion Everfresh are now renowned and respected for their collaborative styles in group murals and exhibitions, as well as being accomplished individual artists with their own unique strengths and styles. Meggs’ work continually references the nostalgia of childhood heroes and villains, exploring the notion of ‘duality’ and an on-going question of morals, rights and authorities. Reflecting on personal experience Meggs produces energetic depictions of heroes, villains, and subverted collages of pop culture symbology. Spreading his street work as far as Paris, London, LA, SF and Tokyo, Meggs has also contributed to numerous group exhibitions both locally and internationally. His work has more notably been sold through ‘Artcurial Auctioneers’ (Paris) and is included in the ‘National Gallery of Australia’s’ (Canberra) permanent collection as well as a recent print aquisition by the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Continually evolving his painting style with a continued passion for graffiti and character painting, pop-art and abstract expressionism has led to Meggs being well recognised as one of Australia’s pioneering street to gallery artists.

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