Daily Archives: July 12, 2012
The best way to describe the process by which Stephen Ives thinks and works is to use the French word bricolage (a construction made of whatever materials are at hand; something created from a variety of available things), his work is entirely immersed in this concept. Ideas are distilled from an experiential, mental, historical and [...]
Best known for the distinctive female centrepieces of his paste ups and murals on the walls of Melbourne, globetrotting street artist Rone returned to his home town for his first local show of 2012 in the more conventional surroundings of Backwoods Gallery. A big “thank you” to everyone who attended Fall From Grace the second [...]
I am in a group show coming up in New York for the Launch of King Brown magazine issue 8.
Finally the long awaited King Brown Magazine is Launching their 8th Issue:——Co-curated by Morning Breath Studio (NY), issue 8 features fine work and studio visits of skate-related artists including:Mike Giant (brown bag), Grotesk (cover), Andy Jenkins, [...]