The process of growing beans through to pouring the hot coffee in your cup often goes unseen. Janeks Cafe in the NSW South Coast town of Bowral commissioned me to paint an illustrative journey to show their customers the care and knowledge that goes into making the perfect cup of coffee.
Oxford st in Sydney is where the LGBTIQ community and other revelers come to drink, party and have a stellar time.
Now there's Kenny's, a new pit stop to swap stories and share tasty local Vietnamese Pork Rolls.
We worked together to combine some of the themes from the surroundings to capture the spirit of the street.
The mural was a great success; people loved it and Kenny loved the extra business it generated.
Thanks to the legends at Betty Wants In from Melbourne for putting this fun project together. I had a blast creating this moving mural project with them. Thanks to the generous Work-Shop crew for letting us borrow some of their wall space to set up and play.
Here's a link to the video on the Slurpee Australia Facebook page to see the time-lapse pour out the artwork.
Have a follow of their bright, splashy feed on Instagram over at https://www.instagram.com/slurpeeaus/
Tap Cafe in Sydney commissioned me to paint this bright rainbow mural from the 2015 Specialty Coffee Assosiation America flavour wheel. I pulled in the great Scott Nagy to give me a hand painting up this intricate piece. It was a really successful collaboration between the space, the team and the final result is fantastic.
I worked with Bill Hope a friendly and very talented illustrator on this magical mural for an underground bar in Sydney. We created a dark mystic scene to celebrate the supernatural theme for this location and its interior design.
This MC Escher inspired collaboration was a great project to work on. I pulled in a bunch of great artists from the Local Artists Division arts collective that I am a part of. Apeseven, Rilla, Cam Wall, Grizzle, and Keo match made this a fun crew to work with while wrinkling our heads with the warped perspectives and intersecting sections.
A space explorer I painted for an event. The custom wall was painted to bring some street art into the space. So I painted this bright, colourful, shiny space explorer.
Mural for a house interior in Waterloo, Sydney.
Custom summer street art mural for Sydney's Name This Bar.
Mural inside Black Penny Bar and Gallery, in Surry Hills in Sydney.
Purple haze mural in Sydney's Project 8 cafe.
Featured in Wall Decoration Art, published by Dopress Books.
This bright bull was painted in Sydney's Work-Shop.
Keith Haring styled mural for Original Mineral, Oxford St Paddington.
Mural Illustrating the difficulty to change one's identity. Painted at Sydney's Work-Shop.
Shamaniac mural out the back wall of the old Work-Shop space in Sydney.
Experimenting with new can control techniques and colours at Work-Shop in Sydney.
Playing around out the back of the Work-Shop.
A few of us from the Local Artist Division collective got together in Newtown during one of their amazing street festivals. We were tasked with giving this pop up wall in the Oporto carpark a fresh lick of paint.
The collaborations with these legends are always a heap of fun.