“One story ends, another begins…”
I recently did some mural restoration on my Markov Lane mural in Carlton, Melbourne, and incorporated the remnant tags in the tree colour.
I’m very excited to announce that my prints will be now represented through the wonderful Port Jackson Press Australia! Check out the website for details of which prints are available or drop in to wonderful gallery on Smith Street Collingwood in Melbourne to check them out in person. I currently have 15 of my prints available, including many of my larger works. Thanks again to everyone’s support!
Mural with Be Free in Fitzroy. The linked concept for this mural all came about kinda sub-consiously and developed as we painted it. The mural is near where the controversial proposed East-West tunnel will exit and we thought this mural celebrated alternative transport! Come on tunnel workers get on board!
I was so excited to make this steel sculpture “Three in a Tree” for my recent exhibition at Backwoods Gallery, made with the assistance of the one and only Herbz at Rah Creations! The sculpture is 2 metre diameter and made from 8 mm thick steel. I’m really interested in creating and installing some public artworks like this, if anyone has any leads contact me at email@example.com. Thanks!
(with thanks to Roger Hyland for the photo above)
I hope you can join me on Friday the 2nd of May for the opening of my solo exhibition Stick Folk at Backwoods Gallery, 25 Easey Street, Collingwood! Running until Sunday 11th May. (Thursday ~ Friday : 3pm ~ 6pm / Saturday ~ Sunday : 12:00 ~ 6pm)
For more information on the show and to REQUEST A CATALOGUE click here.
I have had the pleasure of working on a collaborative mural with young people at the Richmond Housing Estate over the past 6 weeks. We are proud to be launching the Richmond Estate Mural titled ABOVE THE HORIZON on Wednesday December 18th at the Richmond Estate, near the Basket Ball courts, from 4:30- 6:30pm. Come help celebrate! X Tom and the mural crew. Thanks to www.umasumalu.com for the photo.