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VNA Artist Sticker Packs

It’s Friday and we have a super special announcement.

To celebrate reaching our twentieth issue last month and doing so as an independent publication, we decided to pay homage to some of the amazing artists we’ve been lucky enough to work with over the years, by gathering together twenty friends of VNA to create the ultimate sticker pack. With original, one-off artwork from each artist these are stickers you won’t get anywhere else and if we do say so ourselves we’ve got quite the lineup; 45RPM, A.CE, Buff Monster, D*Face, Dabs & Myla, Dscreet, Eine, Invader, Kid Zoom, LUDO, Mr Penfold, Mysterious Al, Numskull, Nychos, Richt, Ronzo, The London Police, The Toasters, The Yok & Vinnie Nylon.

The sticker packs are limited to an edition of 500, hand numbered and available to buy exclusively from our website while stocks last. A great stocking filler which we hope you’ll be as crazy about as we are. Grab them here!

 

You Look Just My Type (Face) – Who Shot The Serif

He Made She Made presents Who Shot the Serif.

This killer group show is one for the heads and the geeks, with work from a bunch of our favourite artists, plus a few future favourites…

Launching August 1st, 6pm at 70 Oxford St Darlinghurst, Sydney.

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Yok Prints

VNA favourite The Yok has got some super slick prints up for sale on his website!

The prints are hand pulled on a high quality thick art paper in rich black ink, 48cm x 51cm. Limited to 25 prints, hand singed and numbered, with a Yok Sticker pack – at $80 a pop that sounds like a wise investment to me.

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YOK. A postcard from Thailand/Burma border

The Yok, Sheryo, DRPYNZ, Angry Woebots, Meghan Geliza and a bunch of other artists were recently invited by the Little Lotus Project to Thailand/Burma border to paint a few schools with some local kids. The

SpinningTop ‘Little Lotus Project’ is a collaborative art project, linking 14 self funded international artists with refugee and migrant children on the Thai/Burma border. Through a bunch of art based workshops the children experience the joys of creativity while also being part of a huge multi-media project which brings exposure to the children’s cause. Access to education and art supplies is a luxury for these kids and all funds raised from Little Lotus will go towards their ongoing welfare and education.

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