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One of the world’s most recognised graffiti artists, Askew One TMD MSK (NZ) has an exhibition at The Tate in Sydney, opening tomorrow night called “The Evolving Face”. The boys The Opening Hours caught up with him in his studio to see how he’s finding Sydney.posted By Matt
Jay Harrison has some beautiful new photography work on his portfolio site.posted By Matt
Eugene Tan has collated 15 years of his photography into a thousand images over 280 pages weighing in at a heavyset 4.5 kilograms to produce the 2nd book from Aquabumps, designed in collaboration with Ant Donovan. Check it out The Beach Blog.posted By Matt
Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator working in Spain & her collages are handmade with paper, scissors and glue on wood panels.posted By Matt
Matt Black’s exclusive film interview with Doug Aitken, the artist behind ‘Station to Station’ – An experimental nomadic art project with Levis.posted By Matt
Nathan James’ current series of paintings, Punchlines, are disturbingly beautiful. He creates twisted dystopian feeling with oil paintings of once aspirational images.posted By Matt
If your in San Francisco get down to Sense of Wonder – Tiffany Bozic’s latest solo show at FFDG. Opening: Fri, Oct 18th (6-9pm).posted By Andrew
Semi-Permanent Melbourne is fast approaching with another amazing lineup of talented creatives set to inspire. The deadline for the Early Priced Tickets is today – 27 September – so if you plan on heading to the event grab your tickets before the end of the day to save some cash. Check the site for details. Image above is from the Dumb Ways To Die campaign by Melbourne speaker, Julian Frost.posted By Andrew
Mike Pelletier is an interactive artist & technical director who has been experimenting with alternative ways of using the Kinect since Microsoft released the hardware a few years ago. Here he uses the Kinect as a 3d scanner, to create these beautiful portraits.posted By Matt
NY based commercial artist, Ricardo Villavicencio has some beautiful work over on his new site.posted By Matt