“Awakening” by Case Ma’Claim in Port Kempla, Australia

Case and the great people from @verbsyndicate have been trying to work on a project for quite some time, glad we finally made it happen! This year’s Wonderwalls has been a blast and Case would like to hanks to everyone involved for the Wonder Walls Festival. Port Kembla, this small suburb has one of the biggest industrial complexes in

“Wajahbaru” by Fin DAC in Melbourne

Fin DAC is still in Melbourne, Australia having just completed the second of 2 murals. This one is in the Brunswick district of the city on Sunshine Lane. The artist has spent 4 long days there completing Wajahbaru: an Indonesian inspired piece featuring an insane amount of detailed beadwork from the Toraja region and muse

RONE unveils “Empire”, a stunning project in Melbourne

Rone just launched his latest project EMPIRE after twelve months in residence at the decaying Burnam Beeches property on the outskirts of Melbourne. The immersive art installation filled with fourteen portraits will be open to the public for a brief period soon before the building is totally revamped. Finding the friction point between beauty and

“OBJECT” by HIROYASU TSURI 釣 博泰 / TWOONE

OBJECT by HIROYASU TSURI 釣 博泰 / TWOONE opens Nov 23 – Dec 9 at Backwoods Gallery, 25 Easey St, Collingwood. “There are ideas that you simply can’t express in words, logic or a singular object. Rather, the idea needs to be expressed through a story, a series of works or a collection of objects.”  Pushing his expansive practice

Luke Cornish x Art Series Hotels – Colour Your Stay

Art Series Hotels in Australia will challenge their guests this spring to leave their mark on three of its properties. Until December 30, rooms at The Blackman, The Johnson and The Olsen hotels will be form interactive canvases as part of an immersive art project. The collaborative idea follows the award-winning No Robe campaign, where Art Series guests could pose nude

PURE EVIL – ‘SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE’

PURE EVIL – SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE – OPENS THURS JULY 26, 6-9PM – UNTIL AUG 12 Internationally renowned UK street artist PURE EVIL, aka Charley Uzzel-Edwards, returns to Australia for the first time in 10 years with a new exhibition of his pop art propaganda. ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Apocalypse’ explores the cult of celebrity and the

Yusk Imai & Dante Horoiwa “Phantom Pain”

Melbourne’s Backwoods Gallery welcomes the return of YUSK IMAI and DANTE HOROIWA, combining their artistic talent to create a dual show, “Phantom Pain”. As they illustrate in their statement, the show is the result of studio discussions exploring a “hidden sensation”, an abstract and constant, but unidentified source of pain. The show attempts to process

Martin Ron in Tumby Bay, South Australia

Tumby Bay is a small town of only 1000 inhabitants in the south of Australia. It is a rural town with access to the sea where people enjoy simple things such as rural work, fishing and the beach. There´s an old jetty, which began as the town’s economic engine and became the most important meeting