Interview: Sergei Sviatchenko
We talk with the renowned artist about his book Collages
Ukrainian-born artist Sergei Sviatchenko’s collage practice has spanned three decades, overcoming a period of tumultuous change in both how we consume and create images. The appropriately titled, Collages (his first…
ACCLAIM Presents: Trumpeters Alcoholic Ice Tea ‘Organic Sessions’ – Baro x Animaux
Two of our favourite local artists come together for a creative collaboration
We’ve teamed up with Trumpeters Alcoholic Ice Tea to create a series of organic musical collaborations in the purpose built Trumpeters Organic Studio. The space is modelled on the prohibition …
From The Archives: Mark McCloud and the Art of Illegal Images
Chatting with the owner of the world's largest collection of LSD tabs
When LSD was outlawed in the 1960s, the aficionados went underground, producing acid blotters in labs and marking their products with unique printed designs, branding if you will, that made…
How do you incorporate cultural influence in your art and remain respectful? Ghostpatrol on the process between information and artistic conveyance.
Hey David, what’s going on?
Not a lot. I’ve been out of the country a long time so I’m just enjoying being back in the studio for a while.
Limit’d by Hype DC speaks to Bei Badgirl about body positive painting
Bad Girls Do It Well
“Just be cute and don’t worry.” That’s the life motto of Sydney-based artist Bei Badgirl. Known for her distinctive style, Bei has toured the world with her exhibitions featuring body…