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Here is some cool footage from redbubble’s Mr Baxter of the digital printer/production floor and one of my Raven tees being  manufactured. The design is obviously inspired by the Edgar Allan Poe poem of the same name…and if you didn’t know already Ravens are the new image of choice for your tee in 2010.

BTW, this is the first ever RB back print. Enjoy!

Special Thanks to Mr Baxter for this vid.

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Here is a blast from the past.  A history lesson No Frills Art style.  This artwork was made in 1999 and inspired by Bill Posters and the urban decay on the walls of Melbourne city.

Post No Bills (4up) –  Mixed Media on Board. G.Smith, 1999.

Each of the four paintings are 60 x60 cms. (Total: 120 x 120 cms)

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Here is my new Generic Engineering (Custom Zebra) T-Shirt that i just got back this week. If i do say so myself it looks stunning in the flesh and I can tell it will both turn heads and start conversations. Big props to Redbubble for their quality products as this is as good as any tee i have owned. And the turn around time was only about a week so I couldn’t ask for anything more really.

Available here >>

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This is my latest artwork i’m struggling with. Not sure what to do with it, or where this may end up going.

Working title: Join the Club

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Just picked up a copy of the latest issue of Nett Magazine. It has an article on co-founder of the Redbubble site Martin Hosking. They used a few images from some of the designers off the site for the layout, which i think actually looks pretty slick for a business type magazine. I was happy to see both my Environmental Footprint and my Roadmap to Peace get an outing.

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Some more dead spraycans being recycled to be placed back into the urban environment. I kind of like the idea that they will probably be nicked and end up adourning a fireplace mantle in a share house.

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Here is a quick piccy of my ‘Roadmap to Peace’ all framed up. I think it looks pretty sexy.

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Just dropped in and saw the new Ron Mueck exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne). It was really quite an amazing experience, and most certainly well worth the visit if you are in town. Oversized hyperrealism sculptures are not the sort of art you get to see everyday. Catch it while its on.

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