I was asked by the guys at Stupid Krap to create a limited edition gicle print to be sold via their website.
Weird, Disgusting Behaviour
For this artwork I went with a chaotic Mexican luchadore inspired design. Growing up my brother and I used to love wrestling. We would watch it every Saturday and then try and do the moves. When I think about wrestling now I really laugh. Its is a very bizarre form of entertainment and it really is a strange concept all together - grown men and women throwing each other down to the mat to earn a victory!
Landscape print: 594 mm x 372 mm
Artwork dimensions: 494mm x 252mm
Edition size: 10
Print technology: Archival colourfast pigments
Stock: 290GSM Moab Entrada bright white watercolour paper
Signed and numberedDigital Art, Illustration, Print Design2013
I was commissioned by social media giants, Facebook, to paint a large mural for their new offices in Sydney, Australia.
The brief was to create a piece that reflected the essence of Sydney from my own point of view.
The wall measures 7m x 3xm and was created entirely using aerosol and acrylic paint.
Other local Sydney artists Numskull, Beastman and Steve Bachmayer were also involved in the project. Check out their websites to see the work they created on the other walls of the new space.
Below is the wall that I painted...
Photos courtesy of Chris Little Photography.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
I was invited by they guys at Stupid Krap to be a part of the Stupid Krap Remix Album project that was featured in Desktop Magazine issue #297
8 artists were asked to re-create an existing Australian album in their own way.
I decided to use Powderfinger's, Vulture Street.
I thought it would be fun to create an old fashioned style greetings postcard using Vulture Street as the place, as the album was named after the street that the band members grew up on in Brisbane. With a heavy influence from my favourite song on the album, Sunsets, I turned the actual Vulture Street into a tropical paradise with a sort of "wish you were here" feel.Digital Art, Illustration, Print Design2013
I was commissioned by Stolichnaya Vodka to paint a mural for them at The Bottom End Bar in Melbourne, Australia.
The brief was to create a piece that stayed true to Stolichnaya’s roots by creating a bold celebration of Russian tradition and taking inspiration from Russian prisoner tattoos.
I wanted to include everything from the brief while maintaining my own style.
Video courtesy of Callum Preston from Everfresh Studio.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
I was commissioned by Bam Bam Clothing to paint a mural for their new retail store at Harbour Town Shopping Centre, Gold Coast, Queensland.
The painting was completed over the course of 2 days using the usual materials - aerosol, acrylic paint and brushes.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
I was asked, along with Sprinkles, to paint a mural for the Keep Skateistan Rolling Charity Event in Sydney hosted by Ambush Gallery. Sprinkles created the unique pattern and I painted the other elements in the piece.
Ironlak provided the paint for the wall.
Skateistan is a unique international non-governmental organisation which uses skateboarding as a tool for youth empowerment in Afghanistan and Cambodia.
The event took place On Wednesday 26 June 2013 andincluded a fundraiser, a multidimensional presentation of art, film, music and live skateboard demonstrations which raised awareness and fundinging for this great cause.
It was a great privelege to be able to get involved and do our part for the charity.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
Last year (2012) I was commissioned by the lovely folks at The Renegades to paint some feature walls inside their brand new cafe & wine bar in Mascot, Sydney.
All walls were hand painted using aerosol and acrylic paint.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
A few logos and branding elements I have created for different brands and labels over the past year.Branding, Graphic Design, Illustration2013
I was commissioned by Beyond The Pale Posters to designed a poster for The Black Keys 2012 Australian Tour.
The idea behind the poster was to combine my style of art with the bands raw blues rock sound of music while trying to create a piece very different to what has been done before.
As a result I came up with this vibrant and chaotic mash up. While trying to incorporate subtle elements that relate to the band (ie submarine) I also wanted that sense of randomness and the "unknown"
This particular poster is screen printed in 2 different colour ways. One is a limited edition print and both will be sold at the Newcastle show October 21st.Illustration, Print Design, Typography2012
I was commissioned by FYVE Snowboards to create an illustration to be printed onto their 2013 Artist Collaboartion range snowboards and mitts.
The original illustration was created using pens and water colours on 300GSM water colour paper. It was then printed as sublimation onto the boards and mitts.
Below you will be able to see details of the original water colour piece.
Broken Fingaz Crew were also involved in the project. Check out the Fyve website to see their design and all the other products.Fashion, Illustration, Typography2013
I was asked by the guys at Very Nearly Almost Magazine to design a tshirt for their issue 20 launch. The shirt was also created in conjunction with Dephect Clothing and will be sold through their online shop as well.Fashion, Illustration, Print Design2012
I was commissioned by The Defectors Marketing company in Sydney to paint a mural for their rooftop wall. The brief was to create a piece that reflected 1980 Miami.
I decided to incorporate typical cliche elements of Miami as well as adding my own twist.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2012
I was commissioned by UNSW Roundhouse to paint the walls of their bistro. With a great lineup of gigs scheduled for this year it was important to make the place jump a bit visually.
I used acrylic paint and aerosol to create this edgy and eccentric composition.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
I was commissioned by the electronic music group, Noise Puppets to create the cd wallet artwork for their debut album, Social Paranoia.
They wanted a pyschodelic mash up of random elements to match their music style.Digital Art, Illustration, Packaging2013
I was commissioned to create a 1950s American diner temed mural for a new cafe in Brookvale, Sydney.
I tried to include cliche elements that were a major feature of the 1950s culture, including a Chevy Bel Air, Buddy Holly, Jukebox and a roller skating waitress.
Aerosol and acrylics were used to create this piece.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2013
These are some of the paintings watercolours and drawings I have done either for exhibitions, live events or commissions and some just for fun!Drawing, Painting, Street Art2012
I was invited to paint a wall at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney for the Very Nearly Almost Magazine Issue 19 Launch Party.
I came up with this giant, colourful rooster.
Aerosol and acrylic were used.Painting, Street Art2012
These are numerous t-shirt designs I have created for various brands, exhibitions and bands.Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration2013
These are various posters and illustrations I have created for either clients, myself or exhibitions from 2009 until now.Digital Art, Illustration, Print Design2012
I was commissioned by the guys at UNSW Roundhouse to create 2 murals for their beer garden and function room. This is what I came up with.Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2012
I was recently invited to take part in the 3rd volume of the Without Walls exhibition at Ambush Gallery in Sydney. Without walls promotes up and coming artists like myself and gives them the opportunity to not only showcase new works but to design a tshirt to be sold as well.
My works consisted of ink and water colour on 300g water colour paper.Exhibition Design, Fine Arts, Illustration2011
I was invited by Just Another Agency to create a skate deck for the Board exhibition held at NGV Studio in Melbourne.
Board is all about the creativity behind skate culture.
Presenting 1970s & 80s skateboards and ephemera from Tony Hallam’s collection alongside decks created for the exhibition by 50 Australian artists, it explores the evolution of board graphics and design.Painting, Street Art, Visual Arts2011
This is a digital illustration mural I created in collaboration with graphic design (project art director) Barry Shackleton of No Hands Design and Claire Bell (Director) of Associated Advertising & Promotions. The Darwin Port Corporation comissioned us to create a mural 6m wide by 3m high to be printed on to large ACM panels and bolted to a wall on the Stokes Hill Wharf in Darwin. This mural was unveiled on 16/02/12 to commemorate the 70 year anniversary of the 1942 bombings by the Japanese in World War II. This mural will be a permanent fixture and pays tribute to those who were affected and lost their lives.Digital Art, Drawing, Illustration2012
This was my very first commissioned job using spray cans. I am very very new to the can and was super pumped to see this one turn out the way it did. still a lot to learn but a good start I think
This is a mural designed for a company in the city of Sydney, Optiver. Collaboration between Myself, Adrian Teem Repeti and Mr Sweet.
Featured here are my walls which I created using aerosol and acrylic paint.Graffiti Arts, Painting, Street Art2012
These are a numerous skate decks (some hand painted) that I have designed. These were created for different exhibitions and companies including Three Sixty Project, The Pin Up Parlour, Sidewyz Exhibition and Devout Boards.Illustration, Painting, Street Art2012
I was invited by Ambush Gallery to take part in a unique exhibition in Sydney.
Presented by Sydney’s GLASSHOUSE and aMBUSH Gallery, Living in a Glass House comprises the work of fifty contemporary street, graffiti and urban artists from almost all the major cities in Australia. Located across the three levels of thLiving in a Glass House presents the work of 50 Australian artists from around the country each of whom had the chance to create artworks on un-stretched canvas.
I was given a canvas measuring 2m x 1.2m to work on and used acrylic and aerosol. The concept behind my piece was the chaotic nature of life and how it relates to a 3 ring circus. With so much happening at the one time in so many different places, where do you look??Graffiti, Painting, Street Art2012
I was invited, along with 21 other artists, to take part in the Rah x Damp exhibition, Make the Bunny Rad.
Held at Damp Space in Curl Curl, the idea behind the exhibition was to customise a 7'' vinyl rabbit toy.
This is what I came up with...Character Design, Painting, Toy Design2012
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