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Respect Your Mother - CAGEY'S PLANET

22 August 2018 by Sancho Murphy

Cagey’s Planet began as a creative outlet to combine an independent, ethical and local streetwear label, with a brand that was able to make a difference, raise money and awareness, and support other local businesses. The brand has managed to donate money to different causes that tackle climate change, support the LG...

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What cud possibly go wrong with Z-Kreaturez?

11 October 2016 by Sancho Murphy

Forming an inspirational fusion of psychedelia and sci-fi, Terhor and Zeke’s Lunchbox launch their latest joint show at Lobrow, where the two journey down separate but contrasting paths – Zeke’s Lunchbox with "Z-Kreaturez", a collection of works drawing inspiration from fictional sidekicks, and “WHAT CUD POSSIBLY GO...

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Step into the Funk with Bafcat

27 June 2016 by Sancho Murphy

Announcing Bafcat's second solo show, CURIOSITY is a collection of paintings that are influenced by his love of the weird and odd. He will be showing a mix of painting and sculpture to create a space that feels like an old time curiosity shop!! From the one and only, inimitable goober - Houl put together some quest...

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More Cheese & Staying Cheative!

20 June 2016 by Sancho Murphy

Born in Melbourne and studying multimedia and digital art, Chehehe is one of the founding members of the Arts Hole - an open plan creative space located in Caulfield, Melbourne featuring resident artists & designers: Six Years Later Magazine, Ohnoes, Staying Creative, A. Mac, Boywolf, Losop, Mitch Walder, Dose, ...

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Time Travel Stratospheres - Recent Paintings by Ben Guy

16 May 2016 by Sancho Murphy

With projects spanning children’s book illustration, concept design, art education, sculpture, painting and large outdoor murals, Ben Guy (aka funbeard studios) maintains a multifaceted artistic career, fuelled by his interest in science fiction and the human form.

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Art Mercenary - Glenno Smith

15 May 2016 by Sancho Murphy

For those with the Australian underground, stoner, punk, rock & metal inclination, you may have encountered the distinctive pen and ink works and design of Australian illustrator Glenno Smith on various gig posters, band merchandise and CD covers with clients such as Frenzal Rhomb, The Hard Ons, Pod People, Nunc...

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