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HOODS

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Created and curated by Fuel Magazine’s creative director Luke Ray, ‘Hoods’ brings together ten Australian artists under one roof. In late 2015, Fuel Magazine® started production of this exciting project. GM Holden were approached to be involved, their contribution being to provide ten brand new bonnets, each to be used as a canvas upon which an artist would create a piece of art with no given brief. Ten street, graphic and automotive artists from Sydney and Melbourne were hand picked and the bonnets delivered to each studio. A few months later, the bonnets came back as works of art and it’s these pieces that will collectively be on display at Suus.

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A SHOWCASE of Stupid Krap…

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Curated by Ben Frost and Aaron Craig, SHOWCASE brings together a selection of NEW TALENT as well as some of the best Australian and international artists that have worked with Stupid Krap over the last 12 months.

Co-curator Ben Frost words Damo up on the show.

Damo: Tell us about the upcoming Stupid Krap Showcase?

BF: It’s an intimate snapshot of Stupid Krap’s footprint within the local and international art world – celebrating the amazing talent that we have had the pleasure to work with over the last few years, and some of the new artists we’re excited to showcase.

Blankspace Gallery will be filled from floor to ceiling with international artists like Sharktoof, Greg Gossel, Mysterious Al and Denial, as well as Australian artists who have been making it big overseas like Vexta, Twoone, Gemma O’Brien and We Buy Your Kids. Some of the new names that we’re excited to work with for the first time, such as Nathaniel Kiwi, John Avanti, Loretta Lizzio, Danilo Brandao and William Ngheim – will be well worth coming to check out.

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Project Five – Volume Six

Project Five, an initiative of aMBUSH Gallery, is an award-winning public art initiative featuring a highly successful live art event, public art exhibition and art auction.

Each year since its inception in 2009, growing crowds of onlookers from all walks of life have gathered in Sydney’s public spaces to watch four cutting edge contemporary street artists transform blank canvases into masterpieces, right in front of their eyes.

With the arrival of Project Five Volume Six, located on the grounds of Sydney’s Darling Quarter, comes the inspiring talents of four dynamic artists – Askew One, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Alex Lehours and 23rd Key.

Dephect Artist Series

The new Dephect autumn/ winter collection is another solid offering of graphic tees and sweats from the London-based brand. Sticking to their roots by continuing to produce designs that represent their love for underground art and music, the collection features artist collaborations with the likes of Dan Kitchener, Alex Lehours, Iain Macarthur and Garry Milne, as well as some of their best in house graphics to date.

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For more info and to view the whole collection visit

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Drains, Lanes and Automobiles…

We took a trip down the not-so-yellow brick road to Australia’s concrete capital, Canberra, to catch up with some crew over the Halloween weekend…

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More jump off after the jump off…
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Black Penny presents… Black Magic

To celebrate all things beer, Sydney Brewery and Black Penny have teamed up to create a doozy of a brew, aptly named Black Magic, for Sydney Craft Beer Week 2013.

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To kick things off in style, the beer will be launched in conjunction with an exhibition at Black Penny, displaying works created for the new Black Magic Beer. The most popular piece will then be given the honour of becoming the artwork used for the label on all the bottles.

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The exhibition opens Tuesday 22nd October, 2013, and features work from Alex Lehours, Ben Marriott, Brent Smith, Chris Yee, Claire Perini, Georgia Hall, Mark Drew, Phoenix Empire, Roach, Robin Claire, Silly Pear and Thomas Jackson.

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Black Penny
648 Bourke St
Surry Hills
Sydney

www.blackpenny.com.au

Wax Wars Wrap Party

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Crown St. Cut Collective, RANE and SAILOR JERRY present WAX WARS CANVAS EXHIBITION – AUCTION & BATTLE WRAP PARTY. The party kicks off on Wednesday the 25th of Sept at WESTSYDE CONNECTION, as part of the opening night of Sydney Art & About festival.

Since we had so many peeps hitting us up wanting to buy the awesome canvases that the WAX WARS paint crew did for us at the WAX WARS battles and we love any excuse to have a Scratch Party, we decided to hold an exhibition / AUCTION and have a Battle Wrap Party!! Along with all the WAX WARS Battle DJ’s and CROWN ST. CUT COLLECTIVE having an all-in Mass Scratch Battle Jam, they will cutting up a storm in the Pirate Radio Booth, while the Westsyde Connection skate crew tear up the mini halfpipe!

For anyone who missed out or slept on the CSCC and WAX WARS Merch – Tee’s, sweaters and slipmats, we will have the whole range available to buy on the night. Along with all this we will have a keg from Young Henry’s which we’ll be serving you free Beers and some dark & stormy SAILOR JERRY’S to keep you from dying of thirst, it all goes down from 6:30pm…PEACE!

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Wax Wars – Battle 6 – feat. Sprinkles

The mighty Crown St. Cut Collective, in partnership with Rane and Shure, present Wax Wars Quarter Final 2 at Name This Bar, this Thursday night, featuring DJ MIGZ vs HEAVY HANDS from 8-12pm.

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More jump off after the jump off!
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VNA SALE!

VNA will be moving headquarters in the next few weeks so we’ve done a big clear out and are offering you, the VNA readers, some big discounts of back issues of the magazine, t-shirts, keyrings and stickers.

Issue 17, 18 & 19 are now £2.99 down from £5
Issue 20 & 21 are now £4.99 down from £5.99

Lamp-post tee now £9.99 down from £15
Dapper to Death tee now £17.99 down from £24.99
Johnny Crap tee now £17.99 down from £24.99

Keyrings now £2 from £3
Stickers now £1 from £2

GET SAVING.

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