In our eighth episode of our video series called SKETCHY PEEPS we feature graffiti writer Dmote. Follow the process, get inspired and maybe also learn some tricks!
Episode 46: Mic Porter This week I sit down with Melbourne based painter and sculptor Mic Porter. We talk about his street art roots and his love of sculpture.
We visited Nicholson’s house to talk about the creative process behind his iconic work on Selected Ambient Works Vol 2.
Episode 44: John Kaye This week I sit down with Gold Coast based artist John Kaye. We discuss painting in isolation, his up and coming exhibition in Sydney and travel.
Great yarns with Liam aka Salad about his art and other good nonsense
Try as hard as you might, nobody can put their finger on just what art does and means to the world. For some, it is an essential divide between our primitive counterparts, for others, an honest expression that words can’t fathom.
Episode 38: Aeon & Tom Gerrard This week the tables are turned. Rone takes the place of interviewer and interviews Tom Gerrard & Aeon. We discuss being one person exhibiting as two different artists, dangerous travel experiences and his up and coming exhibition at RVCA Gallery.
Episode 37: Broken Fingaz This week I catch up with Tant and Unga of the Broken Fingaz crew. We discuss building an international art career from Israel, working as a crew and their individual art careers.
Episode 36: Amok Island This week I catch up with Perth based Dutch artist Amok Island. We chat about his move to Australia, his love of nature and his work with painting and sculpture.
We are three dutch graphic designers who think they have the greatest job in the world, apart from pro football players. Our big affection for art and football led to the start of The League Extraordinaire.
Episode 35: Dabs and Myla This week I catch up with LA based Australian artists Dabs and Myla. We discuss their career, setting up life in LA and turning your exhibitions into more than just a few paintings hung on a wall.
It’s December 2016 and it’s been quite a year to say the least. Iconic musicians have fallen, a combover have won a presidency and ebola already seems like a myth, but with all the bad that goes on, we must always move toward the future and calculate the good.
When people think of visual art, the first response is usually within the use of colour. Whether it’s from a traditional canvas, screen or photograph, an artworks layout of colour has a profound effect on the viewers final perspective, so much so, that it can even make or break shows.