Created at The Artshole and presented to Sally Bourke in Newcastle after a 14 hour long road trip. I managed to find some time to put this “The Painter” together as a thank you for all the unbelievable support Sally has provided me over the years. She’s been a huge inspiration and support over my … Continue reading “The Painter” for Sally Bourke – Keo Match
PokemonGO meets Street Art in this fun little parody of Bulbasaur all boxed up in ACDC Lane in Melbourne’s CBD. A touch of Russkid getting in on the action to add that wonderful flowing organic vibes.
Meeting Of Styles Melbourne was held across all of Melbourne CBD’s most iconic laneways in 2016. With a huge 200+ street artists and graffiti heads giving the city a truly fresh new look, a street art make-over as it were.
“White Tiger” street art mural was an accidental collaboration wall between myself and Ohnoes. Utilising the shared wall and black background we threw together own individual styles and came up with this calming marriage of lady and tiger. We produced the piece over a couple of hours as always with a lot of banter and many smiles and laughs had by all.
Executed with a mix of aerosol and house paints this winding composition snakes it’s way across the uneven surface with a bounce in its step.
I was asked by The Royale Brothers to come up with a funky Tractor Racing illustration for their unique “Royale” styled staff tshirts… Final Illustration On the tshirt 🙂
Painting is the best! Especially when it’s collaborating with good mates, Chehehe and Ohnoes. And it’s even more special when it’s for a very inspirational and close friend… An oldie but a goldie, with Ohnoes in the center, then Chehehe, then myself in my fossil phase 🙂
I was really stoked to be approached by long time legends and clients, The Hughes Brothers (the brains behind Hubrew Coldbrew), to help them get their next big venture off the ground. In my opinion these boys have the best cold brew coffee in Australia and I was sure that whatever they had “brewing” for their next … Continue reading HUBRO Cafe: Branding
Sometimes, it really is a matter of perspective. The work of artist M. C. Escher was the inspiration behind this rad stairwell mural in Sydney, which meant being able to play with architecture, geometry and optical illusion. With the smell of aerosol in the air and surrounded by friends, it was not hard to get … Continue reading Escher Stairwell Feature Wall – North Sydney
What does the world look like in 3016…? Myself and Chehehe think this may just be a good glimpse into our future adrift in the ether. Joining forces on Sunday for a paint, Chehehe and I decided on a colour scheme and hit the collaborative wall at the Artshole. Inspired by the technological and the … Continue reading WEWF 3016 – KEO x CHEHEHE – Artshole, Melbourne
Recently, I was fortunate enough to be part of the artist line up for General Pants Co.’s Insight collection launch party. Dubbed BAD PIZZA, the iconic Aussie streetwear brand was looking for pizza themed artworks to display at their launch and I was more than happy to oblige. What can I say, I’m all about that … Continue reading Insight’s “BAD PIZZA” Exhibition – “Topping Slide” Illustration – Sydney
I was approached by one of Australia’s best street art web resource Invurt to reimagine their branding, which I was more than excited to do. Invurt is a Melbourne-based website that documents the latest and greatest in the street art scenes across Australasia and Southeast Asia. Playing off their name, it was a no-brainer to create … Continue reading INVURT: Branding redevelopment
One of my very first commissioned murals in Melbourne, this mixed media aerosol piece can be found at Handsome & Co. in Richmond. As someone with an appreciation for the beauty of woodgrain myself, I knew that this piece had to have a wood in it. Handsome and Co. is a school of fine woodworking and … Continue reading Handsome & Co. Mural – Richmond, Melbourne
A little splash and quite a bit of stencilling and this piece turned into an eye catching piece of visually contrasting fun.
Late in 2015 I was given a very unique opportunity to get arty on one of the impressive Uppercup cups.
Sundays are always a rad time at the Artshole, this particular Sunday saw the boys and I go a bit crazy with some greens and throw up some spherical heads
Myself and William Nghiem were fortunate enough to be invited to take on this well frequented Commune canvas.
Boywolf held an awesome “Draw Wolfie” competition where illustrator, artists and designer from all over were invited to do remix the iconic “Wolfie” logo. Here’s my little crack at it.
This little artjam at the Artshole resulted in this textured skull coffee table.
Phoenix Health Club gave me a very special opportunity to paint them a mural on one of their biggest premium walls.