DFace x XLARGE Japan

  This fall, a collaboration between DFace and the street brand ‘XLARGE’, will be launched worldwide, with an exclusive pre-sale in-store at Seibu Shibuya Store, Japan. During the preview, DFace will be painting a fresh mural, transforming the face of Inokashira Dōri Ave in Tokyo. DFace will also be exhibiting in Tokyo for the first

Anthony Lister – CULTURE IS OVER

Anthony Lister kicks off the 10-year anniversary of his No Win Sitch exhibition with an exclusive show opening tonight in Sydney. In 2009, Lister held a one night only pop up art event in Sydney’s Kings Cross, encompassing an installation in the notorious Porky’s Strip Club on the red-light strip. To mark the ten-year anniversary

Georgia Hill – A Measure of All Things

A Measure Of All Things is Georgia Hill’s debut Melbourne solo show, in which she explores how structures and language combine to become a scale in which our experiences exist, a place where the physical world connects and shapes our own interpretations. Hill’s large scale mural practice is distilled and reframed through canvas artworks, installation

Backwoods Gallery First Annual Fundraiser

Backwoods Gallery is an independently run commercial gallery that began as an Artist Run Initiative in 2010. From humble beginnings as a platform for its artist owners to exhibit artwork of their own, Backwoods has grown to become world recognised, working with the likes of MONA and The Japan Foundation. As a small commercial gallery,

“THEY LIVE!” Book – Bill Posters

In homage to the film that launched a thousand street art careers, Rough Trade Books is releasing They Live: A Cultural & Visual Awakening – a 30 year anniversary publication in homage to John Carpenter’s classic cult film: THEY LIVE! The book includes an essay from the author that connects the dots between They Live and Brandalism alongside a critical analysis

Waste World – Bill Posters

Amidst growing concerns around the impact of the fashion industry and consumer waste, a series of street art interventions have appeared across the country to coincide with #BlackFriday and Cyber Monday. Bill Posters, the pseudonym for the street artist and activist who co-founded Brandalism, has been subvertising ad spaces to draw attention to the negative

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

Ben Eine “Missing You”

“Missing You” is Ben Eine’s addition to The Cullen Hotel’s Street Art Suite series. The Cullen joined forces with UK street artist Ben Eine to create a one-off artwork using elements of his distinctive typography. Titled ‘Missing You’, the artwork is a love letter to his French girlfriend and brings the spirit of Melbourne’s laneways