Finally got the set up on behance of my pair of shoes that I customized last year sometime. This was my first pair that I’ve done so I was pretty stoked with the outcome, I reckon. Many apologies for being a shameless self-promotion whore, I’ll make more of an effort to put up more posi-vibes, jams and random stuff in future! To hell with behance!
I’m contributing to tonight’s ‘Paint The Future’ event happening on Windemere tonight. What I understand, it’s a fundraiser to raise money to buy paint to create more community murals. In a way, it’s a small backlash to the unlawful arresting of 7 graffiti artists a few weeks ago. It should be a really mammoth vibe for a very good cause, so check it out.
I’ll upload my piece in a few days. In the meantime, enjoy the Gil Scott-Heron quote. Happy Wednesday!
What a vibe! Here’s a setup shot of Our Lives of Deckadence which kicked off without a hitch on Friday night. Everyone did some crazy awesome art and the space looked sick. The highlight for me was the skate shoe chandelier - I’ll definitely investigate that again.
Check out the click through link to see the photos from the night - I’ll upload my piece within the next couple days. Get amped
Busy days ahead! I’m one of the organizers and contributors of the upcoming ‘Our Lives of Deckadence’ skateboard exhibition that opens next friday at Gallery415. It couldn’t have happened if it weren’t for the folks at Verb and Revolution! Too stoked!
Follow the link to the facebook event and I’ll see you at the opening for a drink and a vibe! The Madness!
Here we have my contribution to the ‘To Skin A Cat’ fundraiser. It was was a super well-attended event and turned into quite a vibe… and Guy Buttery played a friggin awesome Joanna Newsom cover. So good. Anyways, cheers to my first lightbox!
Follow the click-through link, silly buns
Man, it’s gonna be a crazy month. I’m taking part in the fundraiser for To Skin A Cat - a documentary about the dwindling numbers of leopards in South Africa and Zulu Tradition. Its a really important cause that I’m really stoked to be a part of. The film makers have organised a gig and art show that looks like its gonna to be pretty awesome. Check out the facebook page and I’ll see you all Friday!
Last night was the very successful opening of Home Sweet Homies - what a vibe! Thanks to all who came out. Man, what a quality crowd. Durban Poison, ekse.
The exhibition will run for the next 2 weeks so get down there for some brain melting if you missed the shindig last night. If you’re outta town, check out some photos courtesy of the well endowed, Tyrone Bradley