A wheel I designed for a new AUS based wheel company, Axis wheels. Should be available very soon.
Was lucky enough to illustrate the cover of the new Slam mag, issue #197. The issue is celebrating the 25 most influential skateboarders of the past 25 years. Available at your local newsagents now. Also features a poster of the cover. Thanks Slam!
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The second in a series of boards titled “Life in Bars” I did for Pass-Port available now. To find your nearest stockist, hit up the website WWW.PASSPORTAL.COM.AU
The first in a series of boards titled “Life in Bars” I did for Pass-Port available now. To find your nearest stockist, hit up the website WWW.PASSPORTAL.COM.AU
Part of a series of illustrations titled “Life in Bars” for Pass-Port skateboards. Graphics will be available as part of the new range of soft and hard goods by the AUS company.
This October marks the return of Sydney Craft Beer Week and to celebrate, aMBUSH Gallery and Little Creatures Brewing are collaborating on Handmade - a one night event and two day exhibition of original artisanal craftsmanship that lends tangibility to the concepts of authenticity, nostalgia and bespoke design.
Featuring an exhibition of tattoo design by Sprinkles, floral installation by Flourish, found-object sculpture by Jane Gillings, live screen-printing by HIT+RUN Australia, sign-writing works by Numskull and two live music sets by Pilarties and Bad Jeep, Handmade is a renaissance of hand-crafted art and design.
Throughout the night, interact with the custom built Handmade installation, created by design group Nowhere Famous, that turns the disappointment of an empty beer bottle into the delight of playful collaboration.
HIT+RUN Australia will be collaborating with six artists including Ben Brown, Marcus Dixon, Cryptik and Travis Price to produce 200 custom one-of-a-kind tees free (first in best dressed).
On Friday 25 October, experience the honest and skilful works of the Handmade feature artists and have a drink with aMBUSH and Little Creatures.
Handmade opens on Friday 25 October from 6-9pm and the exhibition continues on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 from 12-4pm.
See Ya THERE!