Posted In:mural

Kyle Hughes-Odgers at Perth Airport

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 28th of August, 2014, 30 comments
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.

Kyle Hughes Odgers - A Thousand Lights (Perth Airport) from Peacock Visuals on Vimeo.

9 days 45 artists 30 walls - perth WA

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 9th of April, 2014, 17 comments
Posted in: Exhibition, Murals, Perth, Form

PUBLIC - Perth City

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 4th of April, 2014, 7 comments
Posted in: Perth, Australia, Street, Murals, Exhibition

PUBLIC is a celebration of art and creativity about to hit the walls and laneways of Perth, Western Australia, April 5-13. Artists include Remed, Roa, Saner, Pixel Pancho, Phlegm, Gaia, Kid Zoom, Stormie Mills, Beastman, Vans the Omega, Phibs, Yok, Sheryo, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Ian Mutch, Anya Brock, Amok Island, Last Chance, Andrew Frazer and more.



Re.discover

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 6th of March, 2014, 6 comments
Posted in: Bunbury, Western Australia, murals

Re.Discover is an annual walking art exhibition created to showcase established Australian & International artists through the painting & exhibiting of exterior murals in the streets of Bunbury's CBD.

Check out the video wrap up of Re.Discover Bunbury 2014 featuring Stormie Mills, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Anya Brock, Jodee Knowles, Tim Howe & Andrew Frazer. ...Stay tuned for 2015.

Film by Peacock Visuals

NEW MURAL IN TOWN by Andrew Schoultz

Posted by: Laura on the 17th of May, 2013, 2 comments
Posted in: Andrew Schoultz, Dennis Kernohan, San Francisco, mural

New outdoor masterpiece from San Francisco based artist Andrew Schoultz, assisted by the legendary Dennis Kernohan



the empty canvas how it looked before





















Special thanks to Dennis Kernohan, Guerrero Gallery and Andrew Schoultz for the all the pictures

Follow Andrew Schoultz on Instagram @aschoultz
Follow Dennis Kernohan on Instagram @dennis_kernohan




SIgn of the times

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 17th of May, 2013, 5 comments
Posted in: Marty Routledge, The Hours, Signwriting, Mural

We love a hand written font and Marty Routledge is one of those cats that's damn good at it, especially large scale. Check out his mural completed in Brisbane last month with The Hours.
Kingbrown issue 9 will be out mid-year, featuring more of Marty's handy work, so stay tuned.

Tower mural by beastman and jae copp

Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 9th of May, 2013, 3 comments
Posted in: mural, beastman, jae copp, the hours

Our buddies Beastman and Jae Copp completed a neat Tower Mural Project for The Hours last month. check it out..

NOSEGO with the flow

Posted by: Rachel on the 5th of March, 2013, 163 comments
Posted in: Yis, Nosego, Philadelphia, murals, tacos, 2cool4school,




Was lucky enough a few months ago to have a interview with Philadelphia-based artist Yis "Nosego" Goodwin. Known for his good humored murals and easy flowing style, Yis has easily become a key artist to watch grow and prosper from the Philly art/street scene.


He's done collaborations with Broken Compass Studios creating a popular and fun game app called 'Catball Eats It All', and again with 'Rusty the Rainbow Whale', which just got funded through Kickstarter. It's been a real treat seeing Yis grow from a highly talented street artist and transition into a professional designer and entrepreneur.

Got to ask him a few silly and yes, even relavent question on his art and general lifestyle.

Describe where you live, how old you are  and how long youâve lived there. 

I live in this rad city known as Philadelphia. I'm 27 and I'm from here.

Tell us something about your hometown that not many people know.

Benjamin Franklin founded the Philadelphia Zoo, the first public zoo in the United States.

Describe your studio space the best you can.

Paint tornado

What's your average day like?


Wake up drink coffee, answer emails, paint, and if i'm not tired I go for a swim or play basketball at the end of the day.





Tell us about how you first got started with Grafitti and  designeing your murals.

I think I just wanted to explore different kinds of art that led me to those mediums.

Whatâs the best/favorite part of working on a new piece/ Mural?

Just the act of painting large scale is fun, I find the end result very rewarding and I enjoy doing public works that I get to share with others.

Whatâs be your favorite outdoor project thus far?

I really enjoyed doing the "Daily Spontaneous Excursions"installation at the Woodward Gallery Project Space.





What mediums are you itching to explore? 

Probably paint extinguishers.

What do you collect and/or obsessed with currently?  

I've been pretty addicted to playing scrabble with friends.

What makes for a perfect life in your opinion? 

Just being able to do what you love.

When you were young what did you spend most of your time doing?

Skateboarding around the city with my friends.






What are you listening to right now? 

Hannibal Buress's standup album "Animal Furness"

Celebrity dream date. 

Meagan Good

If you could live in any TV show universe, which would it be..

Workaholics





Studio essentials for you

Coffee & good music

Whatâs a Kingbrown to you?

A burrito dipped in chocolate.



                         To check out more of Yis's work and projects go to: www.nosego.com