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‘New Meaning’ – Shida

Shida’s work explores the interlinked relationship between ritual, sexuality and love. Psychedelic entities are entwined in ceremonial acts, transcending the boundaries of known reality. In a world where society’s issues are becoming increasingly gendered and people are seemingly more divided than ever due to the rise of identity politics, Shida seeks to turn this tide like an ancient shaman with each of these works being, in essence, an invocation, an energetic manifestation, a prayer to joy.

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Gimme The Funk – Drewfunk

Drewfunk is a rare breed, a spiritually-aware artist, tuned into balance and beliefs. His Eastern origins and upbringing have met with a Western fusion in his relocation to Australia. We took a minute to talk to him about his personal experiences of life across the two continents, love, balance and laughter…

There’s a big traditional Asian art aspect to a lot of your work, where has this come from?

It originally came from me trying to find myself in graffiti lettering, but after growing up as a Malaysian, coming into a Western-influenced society, I starting looking back into my Chinese roots.

More jump off after the jump off

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