Posted On: 26th of June, 2013
Posted In: Store News
A new shipment of Coal banies has just arrived!
Gallery: The Fibonacci Centre
Opens: Saturday 29th of June 2013 from 6pm- 9pm
A group exhibition of 13 local artists showcasing and celebrating the splendid imperfections in Life, Art, Sculpture, Graffiti, Photography, Fashion and Music
Featuring: LADY BANANAS // TOMAHAWK // DESTROY // DANGERMOUSE // LADIE POISE // IDOL // SLER //
ELSH // DILE // HANGDOG // TWENTY ELEVEN // SARAH MIKULA // NATHAN D'ANTUONO
Special Preview: "ART CAN STAY" A short film on local Graffiti Art, presented by CURTIN UNI (Screening at 7.30pm)
Live Music: BY JOSIE BALDWIN & SIR LANCEALOT (8pm) // PARMEZAN (8.30pm)
Opening Night: (Strictly 18 )
Saturday 29th of June from 6pm- 9pm
At The Fibonacci Centre, 19 Blinco Street, Fremantle 6160
(Please park on vacant block on corner of Blinco/wood street- Thank you)
Exhibition Open Daily: From 11am- 6pm, Runs until Thursday the 11th of July 2013
Welcome to our new Northbridge neighbours Common Ground.
This new retail/gallery/event space is located at 312B William Street (just next door to Kurb Gallery). It's packed full of awesome apparel, accessories and more sourced entirely from local designers.
Common Ground is a collaborative concept, aimed to support young small business owners, up and coming labels and young emerging artists. It is a platform to display and communicate to the wider Perth community everything that featured brands and artists have to offer.
Make sure you get down and show your support!
The latest instalment of the On The Run book series has arrived - OTR17 : Meeting of Styles.
This is a great 'lil book collection, with each chapter focussing on an artist, crew, place or topic.
This book showcase the works from the annual Meeting of Styles worldwide graffiti and Hip Hop festivals. United by their passion for art, an international network of graffiti artists and enthusiasts stage these gatherings in cities around the world, making Meeting of Styles the biggest event in global graffiti culture. More than 130 Meetings of Styles have been launched and attracted over 150,000 spectators across cities such as New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Mexico DF, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Madrid, Liverpool, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Antwerp, Minsk and many more.
$34.95 - Shop online now.
Ironlak's are currently on SALE for $5!
Ironlak cans rolled onto shelves in 2004, the price of premium spraypaint was cut dramatically, opening up a whole new world of possibilities for Australian artists.
The Ironlak dream began in 2002, when a young graffiti writer from Sydney wanted to offer Australian writers a premium spraypaint brand at an affordable price.
Today Ironlak says thanks to the artists that have supported them over the years in pursuing this crazy dream with this super sale.
Enjoy! - Purchase Ironlak online here.
We have just released this special edition tee with Cheeks to celebrate the opening of her exhibition Now or Never at The Butcher Shop Northbridge.
Now or Never is the debut solo of Perth artist, Cheeks. Her latest body of work takes on a personal nature telling the stories of the strange limbo that is a 20 year old trying to fill her adult shoes. The ego, the possibility, the uncertainty and everything in between that hardly makes any sense at all.
We dig this young lady's work a heap, so also had Cheeks design us a special edition tee. The result was this amazing print - The Mad Butcher.
Swing by The Butcher Shop Northbridge to check out the show also, it runs until July 3.
An exhibition by Daek William at Linton & Kay Galleries Perth, 2-16 July.
Perth born, Brooklyn based artist Daek William returns home for what is set to be a killer show this July at Linton & Kay Galleries. We well recommend a peep.
Welcome to the world of... reveals the life experiences of Daek William, from his nostalgic youth saturated with American pop culture through to the highly technological world that we live in today.
"My interests are infinite, and therefore this body of work cannot by pinpointed to one select theme, but rather an appreciation for what is in this monstrous world we live in."
From a life of working on the street, Daek William has different ideals to the majority of artists in a gallery setting, encouraging the viewers to interact with his works.
"Contrary to the belief that art work is too precious to touch, with my frivolous attitude from working on the street, I encourage viewers to feel and experience my works. This interaction is as important as my artwork itself."
A recurring theme throughout Daek William's work is a composite origami mesh of illustrative articles, photorealistic portraits and child hood nostalgia.
"My work projects into the world, to a community, to the people, to the inspired and the admired. My work is a beautiful object for your eyes to enjoy."
With a belief that everything has been done before, but not by himself, Daek William will present his world and a new twist on exhibiting in a gallery setting.