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I recently did some graphic design work for the Plant Meet & Eat festival in Cloverdale. Just because you are getting paid to do something a little more commercial doesn’t mean you can’t hang onto your fundamental aesthetics. As a sideline to the design work for the Community Centre, I got them onto a bit of Guerilla Advertising using stencils and temporary line marking spraypaint.

I also ran an art making workshop with the kids on the day with David Dellafiora

By the way if you missed the festival it had a green focus, free sustainable goods to take home as well as native plants and heaps of free food and drink. It happens once a year so look it up and head down there next year for a fun day!

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The Street Salon installation that I was coordinating with David Dellafiora for the Geelong Arts Alliance is now up in central Geelong. Street Salon is a community art project where the elite salon exhibitions of the past are turned on their head by allowing access to all and displaying every artwork submitted in a shop front with 24hr access for the general public to easily view. Street Salon is a democratic artwork about participating in the arts, while also renewing the streetscape and filling one of the empty shops affecteted by ecconomic impacts such as the global financial crisis. Artworks were created by untrained artists, school students, people with disabilities, local artists as well as artists from interstate and overseas. All works are shown together as equals!

The display can be found in the Lt Malop St Mall (Shop 110).

This project was funded by the City of Greater Geelong.

 

There will also be a workshop running on Wednesday if people want to drop in and make some art, and a closing with a few drinks on the Sunday 10th Oct. (Time TBC)

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T-Shirts the Old Skool way…

Here is the documentation shots from a recent workshop i was asked to do at a local community centre in my hometown. We were making T-Shirts using spray cans, stencils and markers. Overall, I think there were some excellent results and all involved had a great day.

 

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