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.
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.
Petro, a British graffiti writing addict since the mid 80’s, brings his graffiti drenched brain to Le Fix Gallery.
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.
Designing, sculpting, building, sketching, drawing, painting, writing, drawing – these are just some of the verbiage used to describe the applications of a visual artists. Some use the brush to compile their thoughts,
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.
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.
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.
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.
Collingwood’s RVCA Corner Gallery has become a creative point of interest in Melbourne, since it’s opening in January of 2014. It’s wide open walls have featured talents from a broad range of artist with shows highlighting some of the best in graffiti, design, painting and even photography, in it’s relatively short timeframe.