Sunday, December 28, 2008

So long MMVIII

So the year has come to an end and it has definately been a crazy one. Thankyou to everyone who has helped me out through the year, hooked me up with gigs, write ups, interviews, blogs and everyting else, it is most definately appreciated.

2009 is set to be huge, I already have a few projects in the works so stay tuned for the new year.

Stay safe!

Friday, December 19, 2008

Friday night in the studio

So its Friday night in the studio and I figured as a break I would post some pics. This is just my favourite corner atm, some really really old canvas work and some new, Homer Simpson "Help Me" deck, Swamp Things etc etc.

Indian Ink outline on canvas for a new piece im working on.

New weapons of choice. Next week I will upload some pics of some finished canvas work for the solo show I am working on.

Finally, Merry Christmas to everyone over the holiday break, stay safe!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Sneaker Freaker Issue 14 Launch

So issue 14 was launched last night @ Provider in Manchester Lane Melbourne CBD. As you can tell there was a rather big turnout, no surprises there, sneakers plus free booze usually equals a decent turnout. Regardless it is a great issue, a few features from yours truly including a full 4 page custom guide and an appearance from my boy in NZ Frank from Qubic. So get yours at your local.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Bloggin @ Qubic

Those of you who follow the blog you will know that New Zealand store Qubic is like my brother from another mother and the same father. Well Frank, Ivy and the crew have relaunched their Qubic website and it features new news feeds as well as blogs from some locals, employees and extended family like yours truly.

This will remain the official Sekure D blog but I will update over there a little more frequently with every day stuff like canvas progress, exhibitions I attend etc etc. To check it out like normal click the image above.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Sneaker Freaker Feature

Thankyou to my friends over at Sneaker Freaker for this feature. I would have to say this is easily one of the best interviews I have ever done so cheers to Mafia for making it different and interesting.
Click the graphic to head over and check it out.