JUSTKIDS and Brazilian artist Bicicleta Sem Freio team-up on a limited edition t-shirt series. After producing numerous acclaimed and sold out Fine Arts prints JUSTKIDS will be unveiling a unique limited edition t-shirt in collaboration with famed Brazilian Artist Bicicleta Sem Freio. Produced by hand at the JUSTKIDS lab in Italy, these T-shirts are one of a kind and are sporting BSF’s iconic images from their last London solo show “Ratcat Dinner”.
GIVE CROHN’S A SLAP FROM ME (GCASFM) is a collaborative project founded by Matt
Strutt aka Cheffo31, to raise awareness of Crohn’s disease, with the help of some of the world’s most prolific graffiti artists, street artists and illustrators. Armed with a stack of 2000 USPS labels for artists to draw on, our aim is to turn these artistic interpretations of the title Give Crohn’s A Slap From Me, into a limited edition book
which will raise money for Crohn’s & Colitis UK. With new team members on board, designers Moose & Yeti, Andre Leitão and Joana Morgado, ex-VNA writer Ro Elfberg and media whizz Jack Shearring, the project is stronger than ever. Over 70 artists are now involved, we have a successful live art event under our belt and growing coverage of the project, we’re already slapping Crohn’s left, right and centre.. and we’ve only just begun.
StolenSpace is proud to present ‘Lifework’ a solo show from the renowned photographer, Martha Cooper.
Martha Cooper is a legendary photographer who has shot around the globe, beginning with USA to Asia. She worked both for papers and magazines like New York Post and National Geographic and independently, making contributions into her personal archive.
With street art and mural making becoming a pop culture phenomenon, lots of commercial projects around the world are including these kind of works into their agendas. One of the bigger recent ones was was “Designed on Surface” by Microsoft. Developed in partnership with Jasper Wong, the co-founder of POW! WOW!, this massive campaign included 17 cities in 12 countries.
Melbourne, Sydney, Brussels, Hong Kong, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Tokyo, Shibuya, Lisbon, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Madrid, Taipei, Austin, New York, and Long Beach were the places where local artists created new murals over the course of 5 weeks. Using the motto “Do Great Things” as an inspiration, and Microsoft Surface devices as a work tool, the idea was to promote inspiration and creativity by mixing art & technology. Along with mutual message each mural has a blue border and features different imagery that artists find inspirational – people, places, things and symbols. The list of featured artists include Persue, Odeith, Wonderlust, Frankie Cihi, Ink and Clog, Jasper Wong, and many more.
With The Jaunt’s last trip to the island of Sicily, they bring 2015 to an end. And now they have the ﬁnal result from AKACorleone to show you. A vivid print which speaks to the imagination while capturing the rich variety and history of Sicily. As AKACorleone himself explains:
‘I tried to go to Sicily with very few expectations, to not be disappointed. Obviously I expected to discover a place full of history, not the pretty fairy tales kind, but the gritty, heavy history of Sicily. Catania was the ﬁrst surprise. I knew very little about this harbor city and I found a city filled with a beautiful decay. It’s a mix of history, monuments, statues and dark alleys. Because of the harbor it feels like a place where different kinds of people pass by, each with their own influences.’
This is the first collaboration between Mik Shida & Zheani Sparkes.
The magic properties in Z’s marks translated into wearable art by shida. Proceeds will go towards funding an independent Australian film production.
The film will be a contemporary tragedy situated within the frame of Australia’s traditional “Lad” sub culture. It addresses the power dynamics at play between homeless youth and seeks to shine a light on a social issue that is rarely addressed.
Thanks to the lovely guys at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California, we had a cracking launch of our latest limited edition, issue 32 in collaboration with Audrey Kawasaki.
Here’s a few snaps from the party taken by the talented @chopemdownfilms. Big thanks to everyone who came down to support, despite the rain, and for the people who helped make this happen – Thinkspace Gallery, Kii Arens and all the crew, cheers legends!
The time has finally come, Audrey Kawasaki Box Sets are finally available to buy online now. However: PLEASE NOTE! DUE TO THE HOLIDAY SEASON, THESE WILL NOT BE SHIPPED UNTIL EARLY JANUARY
VNA Magazine are proud to present the Limited Edition VNA 32, working closely with Audrey Kawasaki, we have produced this beautiful screen printed set.
Each imprint comes complete with a screen printed sleeve, enamel badge and signed mini giclée print.
Stamped and numbered, this is an edition of 150, with each giclée signed and numbered by Audrey.
Screen prints by White Duck Screen Print in the UK, giclées printed by Static Medium in the USA.
Due to the expensive, delicate nature of this Limited Edition, we are sending all orders tracked, so apologies in advance for the relatively high shipping costs, we want to guarantee your order arrives at your door.
*Screen printed box sets are delicate in nature and may discolour sometimes in transit*
Audrey Kawasaki – www.audrey-kawasaki.com
White Duck Screen Print – www.whiteduckscreenprint.co.uk
Static Medium – www.staticmedium.com
Earlier in the year, we teamed up with Steve Cross – a world class artist based in Melbourne – to produce these 6-colour screen-printed tees. Cross is an incredibly talented drawer, sketcher, painter, tattoo artist, muralist and illustrator amongst other things – check out stevecross-artist.com/
This process video was put together by the legends from Paste Studios, it’s how the printing for 6 colour spot process T-shirts by the guys at Sydney’s Aisle 6ix Industries.
Shouts to the Aisle6ix crew for all the hard work and Alex from Paste Studios for putting the video together – pick up your super limited tee while stocks last, sizes S to XL!
After a tour spanning the United States, Australia welcomes back one of our favourite exports, Melbourne-born artist Deb to her hometown for the launch event of her new 2016 Calendar.
Showcasing 12 original works created exclusively for the calendar, as well as a number of original sketches and studies for the project, don’t miss your chance to pick up a limited edition Deb calendar just in time for Christmas (and even get it signed)!
Come along on Friday 18th December and partake in the radness with Deb. This is one event you don’t want to miss!
Head on down to Work-Shop Melbourne at 195 Argyle Street, Fitzroy from 6pm.