WIP for Everyday Coffee. Limited Edition 2 colour screen printed tea towels, available from Everyday Coffee from next Thursday (23rd May).
Just designed the tee for Melbourne Bikefest 2013. Check out www.melbournebikefest.com.au and roll down to one of their events!
Have a festive Christmas, see you in 2013!
From The Hungry Workshop Blog: Returning from its successful debut in Sydney at Koskela, Rituals has arrived in Melbourne for its second showing. The exhibition features limited edition prints and unique, one-of-a-kind overprints combining the work of Beci Orpin, Ben Ashton-Bell, Drunk Park, Eirian Chapman, Georgia Perry, Kindred Studio, Lauren Carney, Luke Lucas, Malade Pathetics and Spew Corp. Rituals explores the concept of identity, collaboration and the unintended compositions that come through the ritual of printmaking.
The exhibition opens in Melbourne this coming Sunday, 2 December, from 5–7pm, at The Hungry Workshop in Northcote.
B.East is a new beer and burger joint on Lygon St. in (you guessed it) Brunswick East. They commissioned a bunch of artists to cover their walls with various illustrated beasts, and I was lucky enough to score a couple of the main feature spots – including my giant pegasus behind the band stage. They make one hell of a burger too, so be sure to get on down there this summer! B.East is located at 80 Lygon St. in Brunswick East.
Did I mention we’ve recently moved studios? We’ve shifted campus over to our brand spanking new digs at Magic Johnston. Magic Johnston is a new Design and Arts cultural complex, set across a 1200+m2 site on Johnston Street, Collingwood. With room for up to 50 creatives, the studio offers fantastic natural light, communal work and recreation areas, a 200m2 gallery/event space, fully-equipped kitchen, private meeting room, bicycle garage, book store and it’s very own cafe.
We’ve got a few desk spaces left, drop me a line if you’re looking.
Very happy to be a part of this new group show ‘Rituals’. Curated (and lovingly letterpressed) by the good folk at The Hungry Workshop.
Rituals is a collection of identities, a series of limited edition hand pulled letterpress prints. A part of Art & About Sydney, the exhibition features original work from ten illustrators from around Australia including: Beci Orpin, Ben Ashton-Bell, Drunk Park, Eirian Chapman, Georgia Perry, Kindred Studio, Lauren Carney, Luke Lucas, Malade Pathetics and Spew Corp.
Rituals will explore the concept of identity, collaboration and the unintended compositions that come through the ritual of printmaking.
More info here.
If you happen to be in the UK this weekend, head on down to Festibelly Festival in The New Forest. You’ll even be able to tye-dye one of these tshirts I made for the event. Festibelly is… “a fun, friendly and flippin fantastic festi set in the luscious surroundings of The New Forest. We pick some of the best new music from around the UK, from psychedelic gypsy to dirty disco, jumped-up jungle to jazz (and everything in between), add a healthy dollop of wrong cabaret, circus performance, wonky gameshows, cosy cafes, poetry, painting and more.”
Very excited to announce that my Dudebox toys have just been released! ’Drunk Park’ signature toy and ‘Bong Jovi’ are now available over at wwww.dudebox.com.
Here’s my print from The Hungry Workshop ‘Trophy Lives’ show. It’s now available to buy online over here along with fantastic prints by Tin & Ed, Eamo Donnelly, Eirian Chapman and Letitia Buchan. Limited to 50 hand letterpressed prints each, get em’ while they’re hot. More photos from the opening night over on Eamo’s Island Continent here. (Photos above by The Hungry Workshop and Eamo Donnelly).
Helping our good friends at The Hungry Workshop with my letterpress print for Friday’s show ‘Trophy Lives’.
Our good friends over at The Hungry Workshop are officially opening their doors on the 4th May. To celebrate this monumental occasion they’re exhibiting 5 letterpress prints by a select handful of Melbourne based illustrators including Tin & Ed, Eamo Donnelly, Eirian Chapman, Letitia Buchan and myself. All limited edition letterpress prints are hand printed by The Hungry Workshop. Get on down for the opening show, it’ll be a big one!
If you’re in the Miami for WMC next month, be sure to check out Deekline’s ‘Hot Cakes vs. Stanton Sessions’ event. Impressive lineup including Deekline, Stanton Warriors and Miami Bass legends The 69 Boyz (Live). Here’s the booty-riddled flyer I knocked up for it. Tickets available over at the Bass Boutique.
A few hand generated logo options for the forthcoming re-launch and re-brand of the ‘You Can Call Me Pelski‘ music blog. Re-launching soon, stay tuned.
My lovely little lass Emily has an amazing food photography blog ‘Adeline & Lumiere’. Check it out here.