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‘SOFT’ – Curated by Sean Morris and Michael C Hsiung

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Curated by Sean Morris and Michael C Hsiung, “SOFT” is a 100% woven group show featuring Skinner, Mike Giant, Essy May, Lauren YS, Tina Lugo, Broken Fingaz, Alexander Heir, Travis Millard, Georgia Hill, Kristina Collantes, Hannah Stouffer, David Cook, Heather Benjamin, Luke Pelletier, Nathan Alexis Brown, Maddy Young, Austin England, Dale Dreiling, Sean Morris, Sheryo & The Yok, Marigold Santos, James Jirat Patradoon, We Buy Your Kids, Bene Rohlmann, Michelle Blade, Chris Yee and French.

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Project 5 Volume 8

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Long-running, LIVE, public art incubator, Project Five, is returning for Volume 8 – promising edgy artists, an outdoor studio, a month-long exhibition, school holidays urban art workshops, and an art-auction, for art-curious audiences including kids, at Darling Quarter, Sydney.

From late September (Friday 30), four of Australia’s hottest urban artists will bring their studios outdoors thanks to aMBUSH Gallery, Darling Quarter and City of Sydney’s Art & About for a LIVE weekend workshop (Friday 30 September – Sunday 02 October).

Join criminal lawyer turned urban art-maker Kaff-eine (Melbourne), prolific monochromatic illustrator Georgia Hill (Sydney), psychedelic multi-media artist Brett Chan (Bondi based New Zealand ex-pat), and street graffiti artist Mik Shida (Brisbane), as they create land-mark works of art.

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VNA 33 – Out Now!

VNA 33 is here and available to buy online – verynearlyalmost.com/shop/vna-issue-33

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For the cover of this issue, we bring you Seb Lester, a typographer and calligrapher living in the heart of Sussex, UK, who’s literally exploded into the public eye. He’s killing it across social media as well as in that funny old thing they call real life.

Always willing to keep broadening our horizons and testing our readers’ own boundaries and tastes, we have some fresh new talent alongside some of the more established names.

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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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