Sunday, November 25, 2012

Headbangers for sale

Some of my Totem Headbangers giclee prints are available to buy from this Thursday the 29th at The Quick and The Dead pop-up shop.
They were most awesomely printed by Karl Stamer at Lantern Printing in good ol' Melbourne.
The launch party is this Thursday eve.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Altered States - Exhibition

“Altered States” is an exhibition I have on at Stockroom in Kyneton, Victoria right now. I took the name from the 1980 film starring William Hurt. If you haven’t seen it, you should definitely take a look, if only for the VERY late 70’s-early 80’s visuals (you’ll know them when you see them).

Friday, July 6, 2012

The Golden State

I’m in L.A right now working on exhibition stuff in between lengthy photo-taking adventures, driving fast on the freeways to say hello to a dead Gram Parsons, enjoying the palm trees in between massive spaces of intense heat and golden sun….all this accounts for the absence of posts.


Origami Vinyl in Echo Park have a pop-up shop @ the Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs this weekend. They’ve put up a sneak peak of works i’ve done while in Palm Springs that are going to soon (July 13) be exhibited at Hemingway & Pickett in Silverlake.

Good Times!

Oh yeh, and BIG thank-yous go out to all peoples both known and mysterious who have sent through a song title so far! i’m getting through them one 7 inch at a time.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

A Ghost In My House

Upcoming exhibition in LA at Hemingway and Pickett!
Your contributions needed!
See below for more info...

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Put Out The Sun: A New Exhibition @ c3 Contemporary Art Space

Some paintings of mine have been included in an upcoming show curated by Jon Butt at c3 Contemporary Art Space in Melbourne.

PUT OUT THE SUN will work around the themes of The Bogeyman and The Darklands.
Looking forward to showing with these peeps!

The Bogeyman

The Darklands

Friday, February 17, 2012

Review by Dan Rule in the Age, Melbourne

Page 5 of the "Life & Style" section of The Age, 18th February

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Hello. I know the space between posts has been kinda gaping to say the least, but i'm having a show of new works opening February 10 6-8pm at Lowrise Projects.

If you're in Melbourne, come along to the opening.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Harvest Xmas Market

Aloha Volcanic Ones. So for those in Melbourne town, i am going to be selling a selection of prints of works from this very Volcano Families clan of assortments at the Harvest Christmas Market this Sunday December 18 situated at the very Brunswick end of Lygon Street. 
I'll be sharing a little selling space adorned with the colourful creations of my lovely friend Emily Green. 

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A mention in NYLON Mag!

Got a mention in this month’s NYLON mag!
For those in LA, you can see my stuff and many wondrous things at the lovely Hemingway & Pickett
3208 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Thanks H&P!

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Betty Davis

This is one of my drawings included in the Beautiful Volcanoes exhibition.

Group Showtime

Beautiful Volcanoes is an upcoming group show i'm in at Monash University, Caulfield in the Faculty of Art and Design, curated by Dr. Michael Vale. If you're in Melbourne, come along!

03 August / 03 September

Beautiful Volcanoes

Poetic Regurgitations of History, Literature & Popular Culture

Curated by Dr. Michael Vale
Kieran BOLAND / Michael BULLOCK / Brian CATLING & David TOLLEY / Laura DELANEY / Storm GOLD / Kelley GLAISTER / Iolanthe IEZZI / Andrew KERSHAW  / Melinda MORNA / Steven RENDALL / Alicia RENEW / SAFARI TEAM / Amelie SCALERCIO / Penny TROTTER / Michael VALE / Kent WILSON / Paul YORE /
"This exhibition champions irrational and absurdist practices from contemporary artists associated with the Faculty of Art & Design. Using an eclectic collection of media and thematic orientations, all presented through a filter of humour and disorientation, Beautiful Volcanoes showcases reckless raids of history, popular culture and literature in order to enact poetic regurgitations. Traditionally, classical art has presented the world in a utopian condition, ignoring the swirling undercurrents of the weird and uncanny that continue to erupt from era to era. A Romantic embrace of the absurd demands an unruliness of design and visual raucousness that is often at odds with the tasteful. The artists in this exhibition represent many approaches – among them the theatre of wilful stupidity, snapshots of parallel universes, and history up-ended.
Despite their geo-physical anarchy volcanoes also bring renewal … not to mention spectacular displays of strange and scorching beauty …"