REVIEW | Almost Iris ‘Find Me Where The Feelings Go’ at Off The Kerb Gallery

Positioned on the second floor of Collingwood's Off The Kerb Gallery, bleeds a new body of work from local illustrator - Almost Iris. A graphically driven swirl of emotional connection in lost and new found loves, Find Me Where My Feelings Go is an impressively quaint collection of new sculptures and images from the fine lined artist. Lacking any … Continue reading REVIEW | Almost Iris ‘Find Me Where The Feelings Go’ at Off The Kerb Gallery

REVIEW | Petro ‘Ismerockski’ at Le Fix Gallery, Copenhagen

As a graffiti writer, Petro is a name that leads to over 3 decades worth of introduction. Exploding with an original style and personality, the UK raised writer has lacquered a countless amount of work across his home base (and the world), with this distinctive addiction toward graffiti, streaming with influential energy at its tip. As an exhibiting artist, Petro's graphic style and enthusiastic colour has … Continue reading REVIEW | Petro ‘Ismerockski’ at Le Fix Gallery, Copenhagen

REVIEW | Bruce & Mina ’50/50′ at Martinez Gallery, New York

New York has been at city that has always been at the forefront of influence - within a number of significant global subcultures. As the echoes of CBGB's still ring out across music halls, Warhol's manipulations of art, with the foot stomping block parties following in the distance. Whether by design or the influx of outside sources, New York's … Continue reading REVIEW | Bruce & Mina ’50/50′ at Martinez Gallery, New York

REVIEW | ‘Current’ by David Hockney at The NGV Melbourne

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. However, no matter where your ethos lie, art can always be pinpointed to the uncontrollable force of time. Either capsuling … Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Current’ by David Hockney at The NGV Melbourne

REVIEW | ‘Sorry Bro’ by Antwan Horfee at Ruttkowski;68 Gallery, Cologne

Since entering the gallery environment six years ago, Parisian artist Antwan Horfee, quickly breached the ever-present shadow, some graffiti writers carry well into their art years. Extracting the energy in his street work at stretched canvas, Horfee has firmly established himself in spaces around the world, travelling as far as The United States, Sweden and even our little city … Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Sorry Bro’ by Antwan Horfee at Ruttkowski;68 Gallery, Cologne

REVIEW | Rashe ‘Vectorized Reality’ at Lanes End Gallery

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. Technology seems to be a shining light … Continue reading REVIEW | Rashe ‘Vectorized Reality’ at Lanes End Gallery

REVIEW | TwoOne ‘100 Faces’

Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TwoOne is a (formerly based) Melbourne street artist, who needs little introduction. Having developed an impressive body of work, that has evolved and been reinterpreted many times of the years, Tsuri work has seen the light of many faces over the last decade or so. From naturally based aesthetics, to a distinguished interpretation of … Continue reading REVIEW | TwoOne ‘100 Faces’

REVIEW | Askew One ‘Post-Colonial’ / Beastman ‘Seminatural’ | Inner State Gallery – Detroit

Note: The Fourth Walls did not attend this show in person, only through images shown online Images by Daniel Isley (Instagram: @lifeofisley)  Provided by Inner State Gallery and 1xRUN The city of Detroit has gone through a number of social and economical changes over the last 50 years, from industrial decline to musical innovation, this eastern corner stone has always been … Continue reading REVIEW | Askew One ‘Post-Colonial’ / Beastman ‘Seminatural’ | Inner State Gallery – Detroit

REVIEW | ‘Scorsese’ Exhibition at The ACMI

Filmmaking bleeds a lot of financial and creative factors, with both providing an extensive history of hits and flops (or thumbs up or thumbs down, for those paying attention). From the producers keen eye on budgets, schedule and staff to the overall efforts put together by set, prop and costume designers, the craft of putting a movie … Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Scorsese’ Exhibition at The ACMI

REVIEW | Mark & Vaughn Bodē ‘Wizards, Lizards & Broads’ at Backwoods Gallery

Tracking down the initial influences of graffiti, is an overwhelmingly impossible task, as music, lifestyle and various forms of visual art, have all played a withstanding influence on the ever expanding culture. While graffiti's core ethos is directly aligned with the world of hip hop, it's artistic genesis reaches from a myriad of sources. Originally conceived away from the gallery … Continue reading REVIEW | Mark & Vaughn Bodē ‘Wizards, Lizards & Broads’ at Backwoods Gallery

Moses & Taps™ ‘Corporate Identity’ at Golden Hands Gallery, Hamburg

Note: I didn't attend this show in person, only through images released online Since it's inception, graffiti has always been about branding. If you saw a tag, throw up or piece delivered from one side of a city to another, there should be enough visual points to confirm that it was by the same person. Whether … Continue reading Moses & Taps™ ‘Corporate Identity’ at Golden Hands Gallery, Hamburg

ZINE | Over Time Part 2 | Melburban featuring Pasif & Lazy

What is the greatest sequel of all time? Godfather 2? Paul's Boutique? What about Low End Theory? I'm not to sure, but one of the hardest things to do, when producing work, is backing it up for the second coming. The creative field, rarely allows the same energy to carry on and flow long enough … Continue reading ZINE | Over Time Part 2 | Melburban featuring Pasif & Lazy

REVIEW | Rashe ‘Digital Dilemma’ | SOMA Gallery Space

For all its positives, the digital world has its own weight in faults. Whether these positives outweigh the negatives is anyones guess, but even today, the online space is a particularly conflicting place to be around. Opinions, unlimited information and social interactions make it a key component in distracting us from the more important things in life. … Continue reading REVIEW | Rashe ‘Digital Dilemma’ | SOMA Gallery Space

REVIEW | ‘Year In Review – Spring Edition’ Zine by Barry McGee

Barry McGee is a name synonyms with the world of graffiti. Whether it be from his home turf in America, the Eastern regions of Japan or even the southern tip here in Australia, his name seems a buzz between artists, graffiti writers and mark making connoisseurs alike. Known for his extensive experiences in the graffiti … Continue reading REVIEW | ‘Year In Review – Spring Edition’ Zine by Barry McGee

“STEREODYNAMICA” BY FELIPE PANTONE | BACKWOODS GALLERY

Since starting this website, some 4 years ago, there are some phrases and a linking of thoughts that have followed me since it's inception, shared by a number of people who previously or still contribute to it's culture in the past and present. "The internet killed graffiti", "You just like that bubble letter stuff", "I just … Continue reading “STEREODYNAMICA” BY FELIPE PANTONE | BACKWOODS GALLERY