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Here are a few images of some of the awesome new stencils by Melbourne based street artists HaHa. I have sat on these pics for a few weeks to avoid being a spoiler…as they were taken in his studio and were for an exhibition in Brisbane. Its now opened, so i thought i would throw them up here now. They are pretty impressive being about 2.5 metres high and using up to 40 layers.

So keep your eyes peeled for his work, its well worth it!

 

Visit HaHa’s work at the Gallery >>

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Today about a dozen or so artists hit up the back section of Hosier lane in Melbourne to do a wall in protest of the BP oil spill. There were some of the familiar suspects from the scene including HaHa, Civil and Mags(from brisvegas) among others. It was a pretty cool day with everyone helping each other out and working well together to link in a whole bunch of diverse styles and create a bit of unity surrounding this important issue.

Below the hive of activity:

I think this piece was my favorite for the day. It kind of sumed up the overall message in a light hearted way. I have a few process shots so you can see it coming together.

This work was also pretty rocking, and a massive stencil  The text is a little burried in the image but it says ‘ Cars suck ‘, and hopefully it works on a subliminal level. Bikes rule!

Here are a bunch of other shots of the work getting made.

below are a couple of stencils by HAHA:

 The crew were still going when i left for the day…so get on down there if you are in the neighbourhood, as its well worth a look at the wall. Those of you who follow my tees may be familiar with these little images. 😉

and this one…

We also helped put up a set of the new Breakdown Press Peace Posters. These are also floating about in Melb for free, so keep your eyes peeled as they are well worth a look.

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Here are my new die cut to shape stickers that just arrived. Very happy with the results…they look sweet.

and these pamphlets are my tongue in cheek ‘Dollar a Day – Change an Artists life’ brochures. These will be out and about in the public sphere soon.  Although, they may end up in black and white on coloured stock to make them viable as freebies and viable for my hip pocket. So if your looking for a laugh, keep your eyes peeled…

and finally a little stencil of my local just for fun. Enjoy!

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New Stencil work I did this week. Five layers of hand cut goodness!

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If you go for a wander down Hosier Lane in Melbourne at the moment you may stumble on the new Obey piece to go with the exhibition of his prints upstairs at Until Never Gallery.

and here is another section…

Methinks it looks pretty sweet. Get there before it gets burried in tags. There were a few pieces in the Citylights lightboxes also.

I also stumbled across one of my old stickers.

And this cool David Bowie dog sitting in a classic old car.

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Still in it’s bubble wrap…

I just got my painting ‘Viaticus Radix Malus’ or in english, ‘Money is the root of all evil’ back from being framed. I think it looks very sexy. I opted away from my usual plain black minimal and modern looking frame for an ornate gilt or gold frame. I think the irony adds to the strength of the message in the image.

Money is the root of all evil

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About a month or so back, Blek was in Old Melbourne town for an exhibition. I’m pretty sure this is a street piece he left behind as a gift to adourn the walls of melbourne (In Hosier Lane). The Ned Kelly stencils on the left are by Ha Ha. For the same medium, its quite a contrast of styles! Anywho, just something i came across in my wanderings.

For those who don’t know Blek le Rat, he was doing stencils before Banksy.

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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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Street Pieces

A couple of new street pieces that i did over the last two weeks. Both were located at Hosier lane, Melbourne.

Fallen Soldier – 18/2/10 – 11: 50 am

Tom Roberts VS Bad Taste – 13/2/20 – 11:30 am

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