Keith and Lottie present an exhibition of intricate screen prints accompanied by a range of specially designed T-shirts by a self confessed artist, illustrator, musician, libertine, diletante and ne’er-do-well.
Nathan Gray is a Melbourne based artist/designer whose inspirations come from nature illustration, shamanism, folk and psychedelic art.
His work covers screen print, music, illustration, sculpture and installation and can be found in galleries in various countries as well as on album covers, t- shirts and posters.
His latest collection of four intricately detailed screen printed drawings are cascading aggregations of texture which yield new surprises at each viewing.
Join us for Opening Night drinks from 6.00pm next Thursday the 5th October. The exhibition runs to Thursday 26th October.Also visit www.undodesign.com
Kill Pixie has recently been causing a stir in the Australian graffiti scene with his naïve and idiosyncratic characters. Although his works appear in many private collections and previous exhibitions at Monster Children and China Heights, the best chance you have of spotting one of his creations is by keeping an eye out on the streets of his hometown, Sydney.
Kill Pixie is terrified of sleep. The grotesque notion that one might rest when they could be out painting the town 18 shades of inspiration doesn’t sit well for the young infidel. Despite recent crackdowns on street artists, Kill Pixie continues to create spell binding imagery in some of the harbour city’s seediest grottos.
Until Never is proud to present Kill Pixie’s first solo exhibition in Melbourne.
New Jersey based Painter, Billboard hijacker & all-around provocateur Ron English is at the forefront of a modern art movement set to take over the art world by any means necessary. Supertouch stops by the war room for an update…