This is an extraordinary piece of work. Why post it and why post it here? Simply a testament to the best of creative thinking and integrity. In the end this is what a true journey is about. Having something to say, something you believe in and the determination and skill to wrap it up in something that reaches an audience and provides that audience with an emotionally intense and memorable experience.


ReMoved from HESCHLE on Vimeo.

The Hours Tower Mural Project

I saw this at this years Semi Permanent. A great collaborative street project.


“The Hours Tower Mural Project is an ongoing art project at The 4217 in Surfers Paradise, Australia which aims to bring well known artists to the Gold Coast to collaborate together using the three storey high lift-shaft at The 4217 as their canvas.

Curated by The Hours, the project will regularly see two different Australian artists invited to paint a collaborative artwork on the huge lift-shaft, providing Surfers Paradise with a truly unique large scale and evolving piece of public art.

This is the first mural for the ongoing project, painted by Beastman and Jae Copp in April 2013.” @ Vimeo

The Hours Tower Mural Project – Beastman & Jae Copp from The Hours on Vimeo.

Outpost Project

If you haven’t been to see it yet you have until this Sunday to get out to Cockatoo Island and check out the biggest street art show in the Southern Hemisphere.


Outpost Project – Art from the Streets | TVC from Cockatoo Island on Vimeo.

Richard Hamilton

Richard Hamilton passed away on the 13th Sept leaving behind the legacy of  an extraordinary creative practice. Not content to rest on his laurels as the founding father of the Pop Art movement, Hamilton remained an active force in the art world, continually investigating new ideas and approaches to art making.

Image courtesy of The Art Newspaper

A fascinating and revealing interview with Hamilton that gives relevant insight into his thinking and practice can be read here

NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Photography Prize

NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Photography Prize.

Call for entries for ‘NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Photography Secondary Schools Competition’

The Parliamentary Photography Prize is now in its second year and for the first time is now open to secondary school students. If you are interested, go to


Please read the conditions of entry, as this is the first time digital upload has been incorporated into the submission process.