Every wondered what makes an artist tick? Check out this interview with Rival Revolution Studio resident, Tom Vincent and see the inner workings of his geometric mind and where his true inspirations really come from …..interview by theartandthecurious.com.au….
I am in an exhibition coming up at the White Box gallery thats part of the Courthouse ARTS project in Geelong, i am joined by 9 other super talented artists. It should be a cool show. All work is screen printed with the prints available as framed prints or t-shirts!
The artists contributing to THINK are: Bonsai, TwoOne, Nior, Rebecca Murhy, Tom Vincent, Jay Chapman, Damon Armstrong, Jessica Bellman, Kelly Read and Lani Dafter.
There is also free screen-printing workshops to coincide with the show! more details on that closer to the date.
An awesome chance to get out of the city and down to Geelong! Show opens Friday 2nd, until 18th March.
THINK screen printing exhibition
White Box Gallery, Courthouse ARTS
March 2-18, 10am – 5pm
Opening night March 2, 6:00 – 8:00pm
This is a FREE event
Over Summer we hooked up with Chapel streets spectacular new addition, Three Monkeys. Located right across the road from infamous Revolver and next door to our buddies at Evolve skate shop, this cafe and crazy bar was instantly our new favourite spot. The day it opened we spotted this giant wall and instantly wanted to paint it, and they just happend to be looking for someone to do just that. Huge supporters of the local street art scene, Three Monkeys and Rival Revolution Studios was a match made in heaven. The owner Dave has been on the scene for years and has a collection of some of the worlds best street, graf and tattoo art which he kindly has hanging all over the walls for all to enjoy. We were super happy to be part of that collection and put a little of our own vibe into the place. You cant miss Three Monkeys as you cruise Chappel street, so be sure to pop in for a dam fine bloody mary and check the super sweet one of a kind court yard out back. Oh yes, there us much more than meets the eye at this joint.
ExRobot and Tom Vincent took an afternoon off to head down to ArtBoy Gallery, drop off their latest canvas offerings and splash out a little colab. These are the pics, and this is what ExRobot had to say about ArtBoy.
“Art Boy Gallery are held in such high regard simply because they are in it for all the right reasons. Underground, local, international and established artists, it’s really all the same to them. All that matters is expression, exploration and innovation of ideas. Defiantly well worthy of the respect they have. And a big thanks to Mark for inviting us to paint his door. ” – ExRobot
Art Boy Gallery is down at 99 Greville Street in Prahran, right by Prahran train station.