Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 8th of April, 2015, 0 comments
Posted in: Re.Discover, Bunbury, Festival
There's some great art going up on walls around regional Western Australia at the moment.
This cool little film is a re-cap of Re.Discover 2015. Re.Discover is an annual walking street art exhibition from Bunbury run by sixtwothreezero
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 8th of March, 2015, 2 comments
Posted in: Kingbrown, Exhibition, Form WA, Perth
Awesome fun night last week at our Perth issue 10 launch, thanks to Sean Morris and Tom Groves at Black Canyon Projects and Form WA. Our friends at Feral provided beers and the rad crew at Custard Co supplied the cider.
Artists featured included Saner, Curiot, Brendan Monroe, Andrew Hem, Stevie Gee, Michael C. Hsiung, Hellen Jo, Lugosis, Malarko, Beastman, Ghostpatrol, The Yok, Sheryo, Sean Morris, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Numskull, Darbotz, Fintan Magee, Luke Pelletier, Mr Gauky, Manuel Donada, French, Phillip Morgan, Mel Stringer, Bridge Stehli, Nior, Ian Mutch, Andrew Frazer, Chris Yee, Daek William, Ayers, Maddy Young, The Seven Seas, Bafcat, Ican Harem, Amok Island, Ryan Boserio, Alex LeHours, Strakers, Melissa Grisancich, Monique LaFontaine, Paul McNeil, Julia Trybala, Ashley Ronning, Martin Wills, Susannah Sykes, Anne Barnetson, Tim Rollin, Dave Cragg, Hosae, Pawk, Swerfk, Cheeks, Tom Groves, Layton Webber, Calliope Bridge, Kalem Bruce, James Cooper, Liam Dee.
The show runs until March 23rd at FORM Gallery 357 Murray Street, Perth.
photo by Carolyn Karnovsky (FORM)
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 23rd of February, 2015, 0 comments
Posted in: Kingbrown, exhibition, Perth, FORM
Perth, we have a massive art lineup, with magazines, people and drinks. Exhibition opening night March 4th, 6-8pm
Posted by: Black Canyon on the 8th of February, 2015, 3 comments
Posted in: Kingbrown, Black Canyon, Sean Morris, Spares Store, Melbourne
Some pics from the Kingbrown Issue Ten Melbourne launch! Co-curated by Sean Morris and Tom Groves from Black Canyon Projects. Cheers to our rad hosts at Spares Store in Collingwood.
Photos by Tom Groves and Mike D. Details on our big Perth launch coming real soon...
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 10th of January, 2015, 0 comments
Posted in: Kingbrown, magazine, issue 10
Kingbrown issue 10 has been printed and is currently being shipped to distributors and stockists this month.
This mammoth issue is co-curated by legends Sean Morris and Tom Groves from Black Canyon Projects, with support from our friends at Form WA.
Features brown bag art by Future Colors of America, cover by Brendan Monroe, foldout neon poster by Malarko, diecut vinyl sticker by Sheryo, and a glow in the dark patch by Stevie Gee. There's interviews of all these artists, plus features on Saner, Neck Face, Hellen Jo, Lugosis and many more.
We'll be selling it on our web shop as soon as it's available so stay tuned!
Posted by: mxcq on the 9th of January, 2015, 2 comments
Posted in: Daek WIlliam
"[This] visually satisfying still life representation of the sneakers reflect our own totally awesome vibes; these are the treasures we collect. [In] 2015, you'll see me cross this platform with my portraiture bandits for an extra feast for peoples' eyes, then sprinkling in 3D sculptural elements for the mind-fucking." - Daek William.
Posted by: mxcq on the 8th of January, 2015, 0 comments
Posted in: Nychos, Yok & Sheryo
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 28th of August, 2014, 1 comment
Posted in: mural, perth, kyle hughes-odgers
When i was a kid, airports were cool. Long lay overs and extra security has taken the shine off them, but there's still something awesome about seeing foreign people coming and going to random destinations.
Perth Airport is now definitely more awesome. It's just been coated by a massive mural from Kyle Hughes-Odgers, his largest public artwork to date. Completed over 22 days, the work spans 9 walls and is located between the Perth International Airport and T2 complex.
Posted by: Kingbrown on the 15th of August, 2014, 0 comments
Posted in: Exhibition, Ian Mutch, Western Australia
If you're over in WA this weekend, head down south to see "Conversation" a solo exhibition by Ian Mutch at Hay Shed Hill, featuring originals and limited edition prints. ..And also, the gallery is situated inside a damn fine winery. So naturally there'll be plenty of fine wine on offer. Yesss. Opens Saturday afternoon Aug 16 at 2pm.
Posted by: Cleo on the 25th of July, 2014, 2 comments
Posted in: Tom Gould, Documentary, New Zealand, Skin