A sunny Saturday with one of my favorite people, both of us in tiki-fabulous attire. Buying Richie Fahey’s Waikiki Wahine at The Outre Gallery sale (in black faux bamboo frame, obviously), a new panama at Smart Alec, a wander through the Victorian Hot Rod Show, and gelato at Il Melograno. So happy…
If you love cars and the northside, you must check out ‘Suburban Autos’ at Warburton’s Upper Yarra Art Centre. Suzanne Phoenix has taken some swell photos around Northcote, Thornbury, Coburg, Fitzroy, Pascoe Vale and Brunswick for this great show. Driveways, streetscapes, and sweet, sweet cars. Find it at 3409 Warburton Hwy, Warburton until March 3. Take a look at the image gallery on Suzanne’s website – the light in the gallery was not ideal when I visited, so all my photos turned out rubbish.
Afternoon. A long moment when every stereo in every passing car was playing Lou Reed. Darkness falls, I crank up Transformer and say my own goodbyes. Thank you Lou, more than you’ll ever know…
Jim Jimaggio’s vibrant artworks depict Melbourne buildings, cars, bicycles and the iPhone in a fresh and energetic way. Modern life looks fast, slick and very stylish in this show. Printed in editions of 5-10 using a process (of his own invention – Jim is a self-taught artist) called Volyfoamoir Stamp, this is bold, very affordable art. Zamviza Citizen opened on August 9, upstairs at Off The Kerb Gallery. On display until August 23.
Funk the Authority! Awesome new trailer by Mike Makatron and pals. 70s suits, cars, moustaches, funk – what more could you want?
“The full length movie may or may not happen. Set deep in the 70s, Funk The Authority tells the story of two young men determined to paint this grey city with funk, while avoiding the law, getting involved with some unscrupulous aerosol dealers, and a twist of love”
Melvin Sokolsky’s surreal fashion photography Melvin Sokolsky’s surreal fashion photography. Simone d’Aillencourt in a bubble, for Harper’s Bazaar. Is this the best black and white Spring feature ever?