ZINE | SYDIZM by Czna

There has always been animosity between two of Australia’s Eastern major forefronts, Melbourne and Sydney. Whether it is through sport, the arts, culture, lifestyle, beaches and, of course, graffiti – nobody can decide who’s metropolis reigns supreme.

REVIEW | Michael Danischewski ‘Blue Sky Roam’ at RVCA Corner Gallery

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.

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…

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…

EXHIBITION | Nic Ojae ‘Colourful Order’ | Hand 2 Hand Store

Where do we start with the topic of North Korea? For the passed 70 years, it has been a relatively uncharted land, where so many are trapped and so few dare enter. It is a state that has made countless amounts of threats to the outside world, while perceiving itself as a victim and conquerer to its people….

ZINE | OVER TIME PART 1 | MELBURBAN

For all the internet’s shortcomings, the addition of Instagram would have to be one of its better formations. While we’ve had Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr, Myspace, Twitter and a bunch of other time (and in some cases, money) sucking formats to sink our teeth into, the visual connections with Instagram are instant. That’s why creative cultures, such…

MAGAZINE | THSLFE: Issue 2

Having dedicated itself to the art of photography since it conception, the team at THSLFE have continued to split their time (and talents) between two of Australia’s most recognisable cities, Melbourne and Sydney. For their second venture into print, the team has (again) compiled a number of fantastic images and artworks into a sleek magazine to present another capsule…

EXCLUSIVE | Nemco x OG23 ‘Victims of Technology’ Photos

After collaborating together on a handful of small scale canvases, Milan’s Nemco and Melbourne’s OG23, recently worked on a larger scale version of their popular pieces. Utilising some buckets of paint, ladders, aerosol and rollers, the duo finished this ode to the technological retro (in the space of one day), to produce a piece that…

EXCLUSIVE | Skary & OG23 ‘Pieces of Mind’

This has been a long time coming, but I’m glad to say, we’re finally here (almost). For those seeing this for the first time, The Seasons of Change series of gallery shows pop-up at Revolver each seasonal change every 3 months, it has featured some of Melbourne’s best graffiti crews and artists, consisting of names…

ZINE // THSLFE: MLB – SYD Issue One

Whether people like to admit it or not, Melbourne and Sydney are two cities always battling it out for supremecy for the title of Aussieland’s best graffiti, creativity, street art, photography or whatever people can muster up these days. Some compete for the title, while others just stand back, watch and do their own thing,…

BOOK // Resistance Australia

Well… this has been a very long time coming for yours truly and I mean it when I say this, it’s better to have been late then to have never experienced it at all. For those of you who are wondering just what the hell I’m talking about, Resistance Australia is a book 99% photobook…

EXCLUSIVE | ‘Melbourne Hardcore’ with Gent and Skary

Back in May, Skary invited me along to take some flicks as he and Gent painted a big wall for MTN Australia.  With the theme of Hardcore in mind, the duo pushed out this wall, featuring a Skary white-outlined burner and a signature Gent character, with a devastating background to add a little extra cherry…

CARBON FESTIVAL 2013 // Interview 001: Will Robson-Scott

The initial Carbon Festival line up featured a ton of talent from around the globe, Shawn Stussy, Eddie Huang, DabsMyla, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant, to name a few. But it was the late edition of photographer Will Robson-Scott that literally tipped me over in making sure I got to this years festival. For those…