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Thirty Years of the Screaming Hand: A tribute to the artist Jim Phillips

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In 1985, in a small art studio on the Eastside of Santa Cruz, CA, Jim Phillips Sr. was creating images that unbeknownst to him would affect generations of artists and skateboarders to come. Of all of the iconic imagery that Jim has created; the Screaming Hand logo has stood the test of time. Thirty years after its inception, the Screaming Hand still remains an unmistakable symbol of youth and skateboard culture.

In honor of Jim Phillips Sr. and the Screaming Hand logo, 48 of the world’s most influential artists of the
past 30 years have been invited to interpret and pay homage to this iconic image. Each artist’s interpretation of “The Hand” will be on display.

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ART BY DALE – aMBUSH Gallery

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Fresh from speaking at analogue/digital, Art By Dale is an exhibition of solo artist Dale Bigeni launching at aMBUSH Gallery (Sydney, Australia) next week. Bigeni’s work represents an engaging intersection of the traditional and the contemporary as he calls on his skills as a graphic artist to echo and elaborate on traditional tattoo culture. This is definitely one not to be missed!

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Proudly supported by Aisle6ix Industries, Beach Burrito Bondi, Central Park Sydney, Dashing Print, Limited Addiction Posters, StickerApp and Pistonhead lager Australia

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Everyday Fantasia

Our favourite squeaky pocket rocket, Hollie Black is taking the bluff and bravado out of street art and giving the outsiders a chance to get in on the game. From both sides of the fence, artists are invited to showcase their work, while young professionals from the Young Centenary Foundations support network are given the opportunity to buy their first pieces of artwork.

Everyday Fantasia is a group exhibition that features works by Aldous Massie, Alex Lehours, Andisk, Beastman, Bridge Stehli, Dale Bigeni, Daysone, Dboe, Deb, Edgarr, Faz, Gerald Leung, J’aime Fazackerley, Jo dee Knowles, Jumbo, Kalis Raw crew, ‘Hentai Rising’, Gerald Leung, KON, Nmbr19, Phil James, Pigeonboy, RJ Williams, Ronstoppable, Rotes, VarsOne, Skel, Simon Lovelace, Will Lynes and many more.

READ ON….

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MAN UP

One of our favourite Aussie girls, Deb, is putting on a monochromatic melee of art in the name of Prostate Cancer awareness. MAN UP is a show featuring all-male artists from across the globe, all artwork is up for sale, with 100% of the proceeds going towards the Cancer Council’s work on research, prevention and treatment of Prostate Cancer.

The exhibition features work from:

Eyez (USA) | Ghost Cave (USA) | Greg Mike (USA) | Jim Houser (USA) | Mark Bode (USA) Mear One (USA) | Mike Giant (USA) | Mike C (HIT+RUN CREW) (USA) | Nathan Parker (UK) | Phill Blake (UK) | Vyal Reyes (USA) Alex Lehours | Ben Bigeni | Ben Brown | Ben Frost | Dale Bigeni Damien Matter |Danny Young | Dboe | Edward Woodley | Faz | Jacob Morley | Jumbo | Justin Feuerring | Ken Taylor | Luke Shirlaw | Mark Douglas | Martin E Wills | Matthew Gordon | Michael Fikaris | Monkey | Onshow | Paris | Pilfer | RJ Williams | Sarris | Shane Kenning | Shida Steen Jones Sprinkles | Stabs | Teem | and more…

Doors Open: 6pm 11th October, aMBUSH Gallery.

Show continues: 12th Oct – 14th Oct 12-4pm.

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MAN UP is a part of DEB’S 16 week intensive fundraising efforts for PROSTATE CANCER follow her here: www.facebook.com/IHEARTDEB

Donate here: vic.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/abcdeb

Secret Walls – Sydney and Melbourne

The long awaited return of Australia’s finest clash of the (artistic) titans is upon us. Friends, Romans and Countrymen, Secret Walls is here. The Melbourne tour kicks off today, pre-sale tickets for tonight have sold out already, but you can get them on the door, if you get down early enough.

Sydney starts on the 13th June, pre-sales are still available, but be quick!

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