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Beastman & Phibs Upcoming Exhibition “In Our Nature”

Beastman & Phibs Upcoming Exhibition
The artwork of Beastman and Phibs never fails to impress! I’ve been lucky enough to see both of these talented artists creating amazing walls throughout the Inner West. Their style, colours, characters and clean, crisp lines are instantly recognisable and exhibitions that feature their work always draw a massive crowd. Be sure to check out their upcoming exhibition “In Our Nature”... 

Skulk Solo Exhibition on tonight!

Skulk Solo Exhibition on tonight!
Inner Westies will be very familiar with the work of local artist, Skulk. The great news is, he has a solo exhibition showcasing his latest illustrations and paintings opening tonight. So if you love encountering his work on the street and would like to have an original artwork of your very own then make sure you pop into the m2 Gallery tonight from 6pm. m2 Gallery 4/450 Elizabeth Street Surry Hills        Read More →

Interview with Street Artist: Bafcat

Interview with Street Artist: Bafcat
Living in the Inner West I have become very familiar with the great work of street artist Bafcat. His colourful wacky creations always stop me in my tracks and bring a smile to my face and I’ve loved watching his style develop on the street, both individually and in collaboration with others. I recently bought an awesome Bafcat drawing at the “Dirty Laundry” exhibition at The Tate Gallery in... 

The Projects launch this Sunday!

The Projects launch this Sunday!
It’s always exciting to hear about new creative events taking place in our very own Inner West. The team behind Lo-Fi Collective and the refurbished Toxteth Hotel have added another string to their bow at The Vic Hotel in Enmore. The Projects will be taking place in The Vic’s abandoned car park which will be transformed into a multipurpose creative space and beer garden. Weekends will be... 

Interview with Street/Scenic Artist: Eoin

Interview with Street/Scenic Artist: Eoin
I’ve recently seen new artwork by Eoin popping up around the Inner West that has completely stopped me in my tracks. When I was lucky enough to see him working on a piece in Camperdown Park I jumped at the opportunity to have a chat with this talented artist. His stunning style is immediately recogniseable and grabs the attention of everyone who walks past his work. I can’t wait to see... 

‘Secret Walls’ Ticket Giveaway!

'Secret Walls' Ticket Giveaway!
Round #4 of Secret Walls is only 2 weeks away! For those who haven’t heard of Secret Walls, it’s a live art battle between two artists. The rules of the battle are simple: the artists have 90 minutes to create their artwork, they can only use black markers and black acrylic paint on a white wall and no pencils or sketches are allowed. The battles are judged by 2 judges, with the crowd making... 

SMC3 at the Crumpler Store on King Street

SMC3 at the Crumpler Store on King Street
Every time I head to Newtown I love walking past the Crumpler store to see if there’s been a new street art creation on the wall outside the store. On the weekend I noticed the Skulk design had been replaced with a new artwork by street artist SMC3. This is the same artist that painted the fantastic characters on the walls inside the Japanese Restaurant, Kuki Tanuki on Erskineville Road. For... 

Only 2 days to go…

Only 2 days to go...
Despite being busy putting the final touches on her upcoming solo exhibition which opens this Wednesday night, Takie somehow found the time to squeeze in an interview with me. Huge thanks to Takie for letting me check out her studio space and answering my many questions. I hope to see you all on opening night at The Tate Gallery (345 Glebe Point Road, Glebe). How did your upcoming exhibition at The... 

Interview with Street Artist: Skulk

Interview with Street Artist: Skulk
I have long been a fan of the work of street artist Skulk and it’s always a pleasure finding his charaters around the Inner West. Most will recognise his current work next to the Crumpler store (photo above – middle) which is part of a constantly changing street art exhibition for all the pedestrians on King Street. Other all time favourites of mine include a collaborative wall at the... 

Inner West Instagram Addict

Inner West Instagram Addict
It’s official, I’m addicted to Instagram. I don’t know how to stop! For those who haven’t heard of Instagram it’s a free photo sharing program which was launched in October 2010. It allows users to take a photo on their phone, apply a digital filter to it, and then share it on a variety of social networking services, including Instagram and Facebook. I love the square... 
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