I’m very excited to have just made a special collaborative print with my brother Ned Sevil, “Looking Forward, Looking Back”. The image is made from a silhouette of the cardboard cut-outs we made for the shadow projectors in the Sevil and Sons Wagon in 2010.
Jenna at the Hungry Workshop letterpress printing the print in Bronze.
If you would like to buy a copy of ”Looking Forward, Looking Back” by the Evil Brothers for $30 (plus postage) please email email@example.com.
I recently got to paint the caravan at the community picket in Fitzroy against the proposed East West toll road tunnel in Melbourne.
And below is a recent engraving in a rusty stop sign for an exhibition about this proposed toll road tunnel in Melbourne that was held at House of Bricks Gallery in Collingwood.
Markov Bar mural, Carlton.
Working on some paintings during the last days of being at my studio at Everfresh Studio on Easy St, Collingwood, before we move to a new space…. More news on that soon.
I’m so happy to show my new linocut print I started almost a year ago. The story contains much symbolism important to me, on the road to paradise.
“Road to Nowhere, and I’ll be Nobody”
Linocut on 350gsm Warm White Hahnemuhle paper (image embossed)
Image 61cm x 61cm
My collection of prints in the HEAT exhibition at Backwoods.
OPENING THIS FRIDAY.
6PM TILL 10PM.
Tom Civil, Stewart Cole, Stabs, Dexter Fletcher, Dave McDonald, M.P Fikaris, Fred Fowler, Nixi Killick, Al Stark, Niels Oeltjen, Joseph Flynn, E. Davidson, Izabel Caligiore, Psalm, Hamishi, Regan Tamanui, Luke You & Mayo.
A cowboy and some friends hangin’ out, for the first day of winter and my old Pop’s birthday – my namesake – rest in peace. Taken from mine and Ned’s Home Sweet Home show in Brunswick in 2009. X Evil Brothers.
Finding it fun posting some older work at the moment that I’ve been stumbling across… These are from the Fitzroy Empty Show in 2004 and one from the Laverton Drains from around the same time too. Pre-digital cameras anyway .
Three early stencil collaboration with my poetic partner in crime Lou Smith, possibly from around 2003. Plus another old favourite from this time “driven to new pastures”.