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Archive for February, 2011

ABOVE in Sydney

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

If you’re in Sydney next week, get down to this one. All the work is looking amazing! Lo-Fi Collective.


Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

gather nerd friends (and learn some french)

vite vite
team trip for this exhibition?

Shinichi Maruyama – Gardens

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

New York based, Japanese photographer/artist Shinichi Maruyama has released his latest series of work, Gardens.

Photographing paint, mid air in an attempt to replicate the aesthetic found in Zen gardens he has created a stunning series of pieces. Which while he humbly insists that he is “far” from the mark none the less manages to encapsule the true spirit of the aesthetic, that in many ways surpasses the original. At least in my opinion.

“I have tried to represent this feeling I get from Zen gardens in my artwork. Although I am still far from those enlightened monks who labor in nature, my actions of repeatedly throwing liquid into the air and photographing the resulting shapes and sculptural formations over and over-endlessly-could be considered a form of spiritual practice to find personal enlightenment.” – Shinichi Maruyama.

See the rest of the series here on Shinichi’s site. Or head to Bruce Silverstien NYC, tomorrow night at 6pm to see it in person.

BRUCE SILVERSTEIN 535W 24th Street New York, NY 10011 T: 212-627-3930

Alex Fisher

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

This guys digitial work is incredible.

More here.

Cooks Cape
25200 x 18000 pixels (84 x 60 inches)

Figure Head
13680 x 13200 pixels (57 x 55 inches)

Three Fates
25208 x 16440 pixels (92 x 60 inches)

Jeff Wall dug me a Mountain
15000 x 10000 pixels (54 x 36 inches)

Teen Dream
2352 x 2712 pixels (9.8 x 11.3 inches)

project 5

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

yep – sydney

Your Simple But Powerful Guide to Corporate Social Responsibilities

South Yarra Dragon no more.

Monday, February 14th, 2011

This was a very interesting commission i got before the beginning of 2011.

While i was painting the piece which took about 6 days to complete, i had dramas with counsel, cops & corporates passing by and telling me off.

End of the day i got praised by all of the above. But after a week i got a phone call saying that the piece was sand blasted off by the council / train station.

The reason was because the agreement of the project was not granted properly by both client and council, oh well.. i got paid anyway.

Enjoy the pictures.


Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Check it out if you are around Adelaide on that date.

Graffiti on Graffers #7 – Daek x Bridge

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Our second featured Perth-based artist, Daek , is not only a local babe-magnet and tea enthusiast but also the founder of the infamous Last Chance Studios .

Last Chance pretty much dominates Perth representing most of P-towns raddest peeps including the likes of CreepySean MorrisRyan BoserioKid ZoomTim Rollin (Graffiti on Graffers #6), Elliot C. Strang (Our amazing photographer this issue) and of course our man of the moment, Daek himself.

Graffiti on Graffers #7 – Daek x Bridge

Photographed by Elliot C. Strang

Click here for more.

KID ZOOM – This City Will Eat Me Alive – NYC – Installation Shots

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

KID ZOOM – ‘This City Will Eat Me Alive’

December 10 – 30, 2010
72 Gansevoort St
MeatPacking District

VNA issue14 Launch

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

I’m lucky to be featured in the next issue of London streetart magazine “VNA”. If you have been keeping your eye on the magazine racks you may have seen this little gem coming out of the UK- VNA are Launching there 14th Issue. If you happen to be in London you should drop in:

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10 Feb 2011

East Gallery

214 Brick Lane, London

E1 6SA


• Limited edition sickboy x vna screen print edition packs available on the night.

• Rolls Royce & the legion of BOOM providing the noise.

• Support from Edding, Pop-up Projects, Becks, Desperados, Redbull and more.

• T-shirt and secret giveaways on the night as well.

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Numskull is a Sydney based artist.

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