Have You Seen The Listers?

Australian adventure painter, Anthony Lister, unveils a candid and personal insight into his life as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons. Watch slack-jawed as he takes on the law and loses. Stare in amazement as he fails at parenting. Clutch your pearls as he unleashes raw fury on walls and bears all

Stormie Mills – “Life Traps and Other Things”

‘Life Traps and Other Things’ is the latest show by internationally renowned Australian artist, Stormie Mills that sees the artist explore the depths of his practice, in a process of self-actualisation, acknowledgement and letting go expressed through painting. A ‘life trap’ is a pattern that starts in childhood and reverberates throughout life. It is first

New Works by Ludo in Australia

After creating an installation at the Art and Science Museum in Singapore, Ludo continued his travels around Oceania and finally visited Australia. During his stay he found couple nice locations that were resonating nicely with his visual language and the message behind his work. Such isolated and distant place, a Western culture country in Indian

“Zaluuokhin” by Fin DAC in Adelaide

After his recent trip to New Zealand, Fin DAC made the short hop across the water to Australia where he hopes to make a few stops and paint a number of murals. The first of those stops is a return to the location of one of his most famous works. His ‘Shinka’ piece  painted in

FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail Goes to Albany, WA

This March, FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is bringing its program of street art and stories to Albany, Western Australia. Over the past three years, the trail has put regional Western Australia on the map, bringing world-class murals to grain silos, public walls and transformer boxes across the state, with artwork so far from Phlegm, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Hense and Amok

“Milk Bar” – Callum Preston

Melbourne-based artist Callum Preston has previously been known to build life-size DeLorean’s out of wood and other junk. For his latest show, he’s built an entire milk bar (or corner shop, if you’re from the UK) from scratch, including all the products you’d expect to find inside, from cans of soft drink to top-shelf magazines.

“Ora Ora” – Shohei Otomo at Backwoods, Melbourne

Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo – Japanese author, illustrator and creator of cult classic Anime AKIRA – Shohei Otomo is cut from the same cloth as his father. With intense concentration, he produces ballpoint drawings of semi-imagined figures and situations, blending the old guard sensibilities and pop-culture of Japan with his own dystopian take

Heesco and Mayo for The Hive Melbourne

Melbourne artists Heesco and Mayo collaborate for the first time on a notorious wall in Richmond not far from the city centre. For years there were multiple attempts to give this wall a well-needed makeover and finally, this goal was realised in just seven days in May. The aim of the project was to bring joy