These are photographs of two paste ups I did at Arthive. They are in the Stairwell as you walk in and you really should walk in soon and check them out because the current show by Mike Foxall is, well, pure molten art gold!
Here's some sea aminals I drew and fashioned into attractive brooches! Available in everyones favourite colours; red, purple and pink, these creatures can make you feel brave, sassy and most importantly, KEWL for the small sum of $5.
They are also super soft so you wont go stabbing friends and lovers when you smash your bodies together.
This is an image of some drawings I exhibited recently at Shop Front Gallery as a part of the This Is Not Art festival. You can see a few more here or you can wait until I find time to scan them all and put them on this here blog/mess. It was a last minute exhibition and I found myself with only one day (Wednesday) to get them done. Everything I do is generally pretty rushed anyhow so this really isnt that different I guess..
This is Rose and I. Sometimes we play 'Grey Gardens.' This means we make big plans, drink copious amounts of tea and create spectacular handmade and handprinted things like letter sets and brooches and tea towels and clothes. Together we also run an artist market called 'Young & Baroque' and our latest creation is a blog! How exciting. Now you can follow us on our radventures right here!
OH! These photographs were taken by Jayde Nicholls. You should totally check her out! She's a babe.
This is a boy. I just finished painting him. One day soon he may come alive. He will also be hanging at Suspension coffee shop on Beaumont street, Hamilton from Thursday 16th September, as a part of the INTO DARK exhibition. There's lots of other rad people in it too, you should come have a look!
“He must have reached it,” said Lily Briscoe aloud, feeling suddenly completely tired out. For the Lighthouse had become almost invisible, had melted away into a blue haze, and the effort of looking at it and the effort of thinking of him landing there, which both seemed to be one and the same effort, had stretched her body and mind to the utmost. Ah, but she was relieved. Whatever she had wanted to give him, when he left her that morning, she had given him at last.
This is the first painting I completed for a little series I hope to finish, concerned with people who have lighthouses as teeth. I'm currently half way through this here fine ladies' lover. If you wanna see her for real you should go into Vox Cyclops, as she is hanging about there on the wall. ps. this photo isnt that great, Ill get a better one soon.
I drew this Batman so i could make it into a screenprint on some pillowcases as a super present. I also thought that Batman would probably see quite a few stars when he's getting about during the night hours.. And that is why I put this into Illustration Friday for this week. I'll put a photograph up of the printed pillow aswell as another pillow with The Phantom on it when I get a chance slash camera.
Here's a drawing of the white nationalist, Aryan cuties, Prussian Blue. Apparently, they have grown up and Lynx is pretty mean to Lamb. This makes me sad. Anyhow, Prussian Blue hits include: 'Strike Force, White Survival' and 'Your Daddy,' you should listen to them over dinner tonight.