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Sam Octigan Update Thursday, 24 April 2014

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As if his solo show doesn't speak for itself, Sam Octigan has updated his portfolio so all of you can now see some of the work he has been up to. Finding a way to blend and merge imagery like no-one else. It's just breathtaking! His show is still on till the 30th of April though so you have an opportunity to check them out in the flesh and with only three pieces left,  if you are interesting in grabbing one you better click on his catalog before it's too late!

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No Sleep Till Brooklyn Wednesday, 23 April 2014

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Just Another Artist Dirty Bandits has been getting her paint on in Room 401 at NU Hotel with her latest mural titled 'No Sleep Til Brooklyn'
Her timeless mural is also accompanied by a series of limited edition hand pulled screen prints inspired by the amazing city of Brooklyn that has been her home for over a decade. That isn't all though, the hotel is having an opening reception for their range of new artist designed rooms (all created by local artists) and head down in person on the 15th May.

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Poise of many talents Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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Just Another Artist Poise likes to keep herself busy. Rather than continuously painting canvases and walls, she uses her talented to also create, fun playful jewelry and artwork on crushed aerosol cans. Head to her profile to check out more of her work or flick us an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get something customised...

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Bec Winnel Update Monday, 21 April 2014

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I don't know about you but I'm always thrilled when I get to see new work by the talented Just Another Artist, Bec Winnel. Always stepping up the game and producing something just breathtaking... Well Bec has just updated her portfolio so much sure you head on over to see a whole heap of new work...

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Happy Easter Sunday, 20 April 2014

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From all of us at Just Another, we'd just like to wish you a super 'Happy Easter'  full of bunnies, Easter egg hunts and chocolate overdoses!

Image by Just Another Artist Lauren Carney

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Artcrush: Luke Schuetrumpf Saturday, 19 April 2014

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I was having a browse on the internet, and I stumbled across a tumblr that made my jaw drop. Luke Schuetrumpf, a teenager from Whale Beach (NSW), has an incredible way of capturing beautiful girls on film. Describing his style as "naturalistic voyeurism", Schuetrumpf's photography evokes a gorgeous feeling of sun kissed nostalgia mixed with a raw seductiveness that leaves me wanting more. Working with magazines such as Oyster, he's built up an impressive portfolio thus far. I'm really looking forward to seeing more of him.

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Does Documentary Thursday, 17 April 2014

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This is what you've been waiting for! I gave you a teaser on instagram a little while back but it's finally here. Ilovegraffiti's 5 min documentary on Does. Below you get to see his studio, and here about details of his life most don't know.. All I can say is "Enjoy!"

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Lauren Carney is killing it! Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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Lauren Carney doesn't stop! Constantly creating fun, quirky images to make anyone smile. Well now you can get a big dose of happiness as the talented Just Another Artist has just updated her portfolio... Head on over to get some inspiration!

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Analogue / Digital Second Release Tuesday, 15 April 2014

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Analogue/Digital are offering 20% off A/D registrations until Friday midnight, yep this Friday! This also marks the end of the second release, which means if you wanna go the prices are going up... So whether it's Brisbane or Melbourne folks get your running shoes on and grab them now... Plus, if you happen to grab one of the limited premium passes you'll be walking away with one of these awesome TOPO x A/D backpacks pictured below full of creative goodness! Hell Yeah!

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Stick Folk Monday, 14 April 2014

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Stick Folk by Tom Civil. A modern contemplation of the Australian landscape, in aerosol. As either diminutive sprites in his paintings or as bold tags across walls, the Stick Folk are central to Tom Civil’s current work. They are an Aussie punk mashup of May Gibbs and Michael Leunig and they represent Tom’s personal connection to the bush and the city. Stick Folk is a collection of 25 paintings on found object material and canvas, 9 etchings, a sculpture and installations. Opening on Friday the 2nd of May and running until Sunday the 11th May at Backwoods Gallery.

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