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.
Baz McGee loves to shred the casbah when he’s not arting, so a good old fashion East Coast Australian road trip was a no brainer. He enlisted Ellis Ericson as his guide, stacked the van with every surfcraft you could think of, and took off. Presented by RVCA. BARRY MCGEE – RVCA MONSTER CHILDREN Click here for more from BARRY MCGEE vie The Fourth Walls Click here for more from RVCA via The Fourth Walls
Every winter the advocates and artists of RVCA gather on the shores of Oahu to skate, surf and paint. Dubbed RVCAloha, the 2014 edition had RVCA and POW! WOW! painting a new mural at the Keolu Skatepark in Kailua, Hawaii. Battling intermittent showers and the harsh Hawaiian sun, the Dmote and Soul completed a stunning piece of art complete with volcanoes and cosmic dolphins. Frank – Dmote