Good Brother Cafe Mural – “Explore” – Newcastle CBD

This cafe mural at Good Brother Espresso in Newcastle’s CBD was produced as part of the This Is Not Art Festival (TiNA) in late 2015. Painting murals for an audience is not usually an element that I have to deal with but this one was a fun challenge, keeping me on my toes and holding […]

Sons of Mary Street Art Mural – “Mary” – Gardenvale (Brighton), Melbourne

This street art mural was a real treat to paint. Created with a mix of aerosol and house paints this textured photorealistic composition explodes across the uneven surface with climbing over air-ducts and avoiding powerlines. I was extremely honoured to paint this piece for Matt, Tim and Gabby at Sons of Mary, it was my […]

“Lady of the Rings” Collaborative Mural – Keo Match x CHEHEHE x Ohnoes

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 🙂

Escher Stairwell Feature Wall – North Sydney

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 […]

WEWF 3016 – KEO x CHEHEHE – Artshole, Melbourne

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 […]

THE COMMUNE – “In The Shadows” Street Art Exhibition – Erskineville, Sydney

I was very very fortunate to be invited to paint at In The Shadows last year by Apeseven and The COMMUNE.

Welcome Mural – “Cheeky Welcome” – Artshole, Melbourne

After setting up a second HQ in the Artshole in Melbourne it was time to have a bit of fun dressing up my space and create my own version of a cheeky Artshole welcome artwork.

Wyong Shire Council Mobile Site Shed Mural – “Constructive Conventions” – Central Coast

I was lucky enough to win a massive job customizing a mobile site shed for Wyong Shire Council in February. It was truly huge task with every challenge possible coming up along the way, but I’m more than proud to say, “IT CAME UP A TREAT!”. The brief was to use supplied imagery to inspire […]