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LOST – Leichhardt Open Studio Trail

LOST - Leichhardt Open Studio Trail
LOST, Leichhardt Open Studio Trail is here again! It is a great event held in conjunction with Art Month each year in March. Just a couple of weeks ago I had a great time visiting studios around the Inner West which were a part of the Marrickville Open Studio Trail, so I’m expecting this weekend to be just as good! This year, LOST is a two day event and it’s one of the few chances the... 

LOST in Leichhardt and Art Month 2012

LOST in Leichhardt and Art Month 2012
Art Month Sydney is here again! March kicks off the third annual contemporary art festival that celebrates the diversity of art in Sydney. Art Month runs from 1 – 25 March 2012, showcasing more than 100 galleries, exhibitions, artist run initiatives and events. Free up your calendar because March is going to be full of tours, performances, art bars and gallery openings. LOST (Leichhardt Open Studio... 

Interview: Street Artist BEASTMAN

Interview: Street Artist BEASTMAN
There wouldn’t be many people who haven’t heard of street artist Beastman. His work is instantly recogniseable and everyone has had a chance to see his recent work in Art & About Sydney (Streetware 2011), “Transient” a pop-up exhibition at the Galeries in Sydney, the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island and his latest exhibition “Cosmic Nature” opens tomorrow night (Thursday... 

Interview: Street Artist Numskull

Interview: Street Artist Numskull
Numskull must have been working around the clock with everything he has been involved in recently. All the street art lovers will have recently seen his work in Art & About Sydney (Streetware 2011),  a pop-up exhibition at the Galeries in Sydney called “Transient”, the Outpost Project on Cockatoo Island and his latest exhibition ‘Mixed Messages’ is currently showing at Kind of... 

Interview: Street Artist Ears

Interview: Street Artist Ears
We are lucky to be surrounded by so many talented street artists in the Inner West and it was Ears that originally got me completely hooked on street art. So imagine my excitement when he agreed to an interview! I remember being blown away when I drove by a collaborative piece Ears did on Addison Road in Marrickville a couple of years ago. I almost gave myself whiplash as I drove by, I quickly parked... 

Interview: Street Artist Birdhat

Interview: Street Artist Birdhat
Everyone knows by now that I am a huge fan of street art. I love walking through the streets of the Inner West and stumbling across a new piece of art on the walls. Nothing beats turning my head to check if there is a new splash of colour in a laneway and spotting a new work. One street artist whose work never fails to bring a smile to my face and brighten my day is Birdhat. I was excited that I got... 

The rotating street art exhibition continues + Phibs “Journey”

The rotating street art exhibition continues + Phibs
I started photographing the free rotating art exhibition next to the Crumpler store on King Street last October. There have been several changes since then. A couple of months ago, some bastard actually stole the Phibs artwork right off the wall. It took a while to get a replacement board back up on the wall, but it’s up and I was excited to see that Phibs has made a return with another one of... 

Higher Ground Studio

Higher Ground Studio
Bet you didn’t have a better weekend than me! On Friday I managed to buy an original Beastman artwork at the grand opening of the new Colour By Numbers Gallery on Enmore Road. I was also lucky enough to meet Beastman on the night and to say that I was super excited by this would be a dramatic understatement. I tried my best to play it cool so that I didn’t scare him, but I’m not... 
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