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  3. for serious buyers, this piece is available through Despard Gallery, Hobart. somewhere between a2 and a1,  pen and coloured pencil on archer’s paper, archival framing. 

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  4. bird king, a1 pen and pencil on archer’s paper, 2014 

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  5. a1 pen on archer’s paper, 2014

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  8. Sydney Road, Brunswick 

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  9. allbusinessgraphics said: Hello! I actually found you on You Thought We Wouldn't Notice... But We Did and took notice because you're from Tassie too. So I scoured the net and found some interesting things you've been doing. I liked that you prettied up that empty shop (there's no excuses for leaving them lonely). Is there any one place where I can find everything you've been doing?

    hello! my tumblr is a bit of a shambles, and I’m not professional enough to have built a website just yet, so the majority of my work lives on my instagram - (@) brainfoetus. thanks for the kind words x 

     
  10. Made a little poster for Festable - an independent music festival that my friends organise over the new years period. This will be the third year running. Festable has a community vibe and invites local bands to come together to celebrate the talent and creative diversity existing in Tasmania right now. This year it will  be held up north in Weegena. The festival has stunning grounds and a real focus on being inclusive and laid back. it’s like a tiny little Woodstock in the middle of nowhere. If this is something that interests you, you can find out more by travelling to THIS PLACE  

    best of all, a 3 day camping ticket is under $50 

    x i miss you

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  11. Anonymous said: how do you feel about someone getting one of your pieces as a tattoo?

    I am flattered! and totally happy for anyone to get my work tattooed on them on two conditions 

    1) You change nothing 

    2) you send me a photo x  

     
  12. "incubation" pasted on the walls of Sawtooth ari, 2014

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  13. Anonymous said: Hey did you go to school for art? Where did you study? Or are you henry darger just working of your own experience. I love your work it's completely poetic and lyrical, really beautiful and enigmatic. Keep it up:) I love seeing your posts on instagram

    Hello shy face x 

    I did go to art school for a brief time .. I assumed it was the next logical thread in the tapestry of my love for art.. what i found was the consideration of art in an institutional setting didn’t work for me.. i had problems with the conceptual nature of studying art in this way. It was after I bombed all my subjects and dropped out that i found a way to draw that worked for me. disclaimer: i have absolutely no problem with art school, and i actually pin point my inability to pass more than 1 unit the entire time i was there to my innate laziness and inability to rise before 1pm rather than on the curriculum. 

    As for the Henry Darger aspect, I have read that he was a bit of a recluse and i think that is where he and I are united. 

     
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  15. imaginary friends , 2014, solo show at the Devonport Regional Gallery

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